‘I have had enough of Georgian politics in my life so leave me alone now’ – Saakashvili about Mukhrovani video
01 February, 2014
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‘Please, do not involve me in common politics’, former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili said while answering a Public Broadcaster journalist’s question regarding the video footage about the Mukhrovani special operation. According to him, he has had enough politics in his life. Mikheil Saakashvili is in Munich where an annual security conference is under way.

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