Saakashvili's condition has improved

“The general trend is positive, however, there are certain neurological disorders, for & nbsp; elimination of which, of course, takes time & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; the doctor told reporters.

With & nbsp; this he & nbsp; found it difficult to answer whether & nbsp; will the ex-head of state be able to attend & nbsp; the court hearing, which is scheduled in & nbsp; a few days. “ At & nbsp; this minute it is impossible to talk about & nbsp;. I & nbsp; noted that & nbsp; every day we are & nbsp; in & nbsp; waiting for changes, so you can't predict anything in advance & nbsp; & mdash; Tsiskaridze explained.

On November 20 & nbsp; Saakashvili ended his hunger strike, which he had been holding for 50 days. This happened after he was transferred from the & nbsp; prison hospital in & nbsp; Tbilisi to the military hospital in & nbsp; Gori.

The ex-president was detained on October 1 & nbsp;. He & nbsp; returned to & nbsp; Georgia after eight years of emigration to & nbsp; participate in & nbsp; protests. Earlier, he & nbsp; was sentenced in absentia to & nbsp; six years in prison for & nbsp; cases of & nbsp; murder of a banker and & nbsp; beating of a deputy. In addition, Saakashvili is accused of & nbsp; dispersing a rally in & nbsp; 2007.