Ex-president Saakashvili can return to Georgia in 2015
Baku, Azerbaijan, Dec. 22
Georgian ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili, accused of a number of criminal cases and placed on the wanted list in Georgia, hinted that he may return to Georgia in 2015, RIA Novosti reported.
"Many thanks to everyone for the congratulations on my birthday," Saakashvili wrote in Facebook. "We will meet in Georgia in 2015."
The Main Prosecutor's Office of Georgia accused the ex-president in absentia of four criminal cases, namely, embezzlement of public funds for personal use, dispersal of the rally on November 7, 2007, beating Georgian MP Valery Gelashvili in 2005, killing of "United Bank of Georgia" representative Sandro Girgvliani in 2006.
Currently, Saakashvili is being wanted in Georgia.
Moreover, the Main Prosecutor's Office of Georgia appealed to Interpol regarding declaring Saakashvili in the international search.