Mikheil Saakashvili: Don't you miss the feeling of pride of your country? Don't you miss the pace and drive of development? If you miss all this, we must finish what is happening now together

Don't you miss the feeling of pride of your country? Don't you miss the pace and drive of development? Don't you miss the novelty and reconstruction? Don't you miss the love and warmth? Don't you miss the celebration of victory? If you miss all this, we must finish what is happening now together, - this is how third President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili addressed the population from the courtroom.

As he mentioned in his speech, before the moment of "captivity" he had the opportunity to communicate with the population and saw that the Georgian people are very unhappy.

"First of all, I want to greet people standing outside, to greet the Georgian society, and I want to ask you a question. I had been walking freely in Georgia for a few days, I had the opportunity to interact with people before I was taken prisoner and I saw that people were very upset, people were practically not smiling, people were very unhappy and I want to tell you, my dear Georgian people, I want to ask you - Don't you miss the feeling of pride of your country? Don't you miss the pace and drive of development? Don't you miss the novelty and reconstruction? Don't you miss the love and warmth? Don't you miss the celebration of victory? If you miss all this, we must finish what is happening now together," Saakashvili said.

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