Mikheil Saakashvili: When I was in power, a week would not have passed without the US President mentioning Georgia, I was knocking on every door - now Georgia will disappear from the world map if we do not remove them in time

When I was in power, a week would not have passed without the US President mentioning Georgia, - I was always on the screens, knocking on every door, we were disturbing everyone, - former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili said in a video address.

"I was following Biden's press conference and the statements he made these days. What is happening is a completely unprecedented catastrophe, Georgia's international positions have not been mentioned once, they are not mentioned at all in the list of problems with Russia - this is exactly the most dangerous thing, because it will make us disappear from the world map in the near future.

Georgia is not only getting empty from people, but it will disappear from the world map if we do not get rid of them in time and I am personally busy with it now as never before.

Only the enemy of Georgia and fools should want to maintain the current situation. When I was in power, a week would not have passed without the US President mentioning Georgia. Whether they liked us or not, in all cases there was an obligation to mention us, because I was always on the screens, knocking on every door, we were disturbing everyone. The current policy is that you do not care about anything except personal money and your belly. They put their belly first and practically doomed our country. It must end and it will end", - Saakashvili said.

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