The doctor reported a positive trend in Saakashvili's health Georgia Online. ”
“ The general trend is positive, however, certain neurological disorders remain, for the elimination of which, of course, time is needed, ”the doctor told reporters.
At the same time, he found it difficult to answer, whether the ex-head of state will be able to attend the court session, which is scheduled in a few days. “It’s impossible to talk about it at this moment. I noted that every day we are expecting changes, so it is impossible to predict anything in advance, “Tsiskaridze explained.
On November 20, Saakashvili ended his hunger strike, which he had been holding for 50 days. This happened after he was transferred from a prison hospital in Tbilisi to a military hospital in Gori.
The ex-president was detained on October 1. He returned to Georgia after eight years of emigration to take part in protests. Earlier, he was sentenced in absentia to six years in prison for the murder of a banker and beating of a deputy. In addition, Saakashvili is accused of breaking up a rally in 2007.