Saakashvili stated that his missing companions were found in Georgia

Саакашвили заявил, что его пропавшие соратники нашлись в Грузии

The politician was accused of kidnapping Georgian National guard of Ukraine.

Three ally of former Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili, who allegedly went missing, was released on bond and are in Tbilisi. This was announced by Saakashvili himself under the walls of the General Prosecutor’s office, reports Ukrainian Pravda.

According to the publication, the ex-Governor of Odessa region and the individual MP Yuriy Derevyanko has today brought the application to the Prosecutor General Yuri Lutsenko about the illegal kidnapping and deportation of three Georgian citizens who had a residence permit in Ukraine.

We are talking about a former driver Mikhail Saakashvili, Abzianidze, the instructor of Ukrainian national guard under David, Makishvili and former head of conservation, Georgia, Rubashvili.

“They just caught in the middle of the street, a bag on his head – and in Ukrainian government plane. They all made contact, they are to Tbilisi,” – said Saakashvili.

He claims that the detentions of Georgians were engaged in national guard.

“It’s violated all the rights of the people. If the person to be deported must be the courts, the lawyers” – was indignant Saakashvili.

As reported Корреспондент.net21 October, Saakashvili said that in Kiev kidnapped the former chief of his personal guard George Rubashvili.

“He used to help me with the housework, and now there are about their business,” – said Saakashvili and added that Rubashvili allegedly seized eight people.

Recall from 17 October in Kyiv under the building of the Verkhovna Rada passes a protest action of supporters of Mikhail Saakashvili and several other opposition politicians.

Protests at the Verkhovna Rada

Avakov accused the ex-regions in the funding of the tents at BP

Under the Rada people’s Deputy Sobolev put up a fight

Near the Verkhovna Rada injured an officer

Saakashvili: the Action, under the Parliament will last until November

Rada going protesters