Giuli Alasania: I informed him of my visit to Brussels - In some cases, they knew our situation better than we did, their faces lit up as soon as they heard my son's name

According to Giuli Alasania, the mother of Mikheil Saakashvili, the third president of Georgia, Saakashvili still feels weak and finds it difficult to maintain balance.

As she told reporters, she provided Saakashvili with information about her visit to Brussels.

As Giuli Alasania notes, Brussels knows everything about the current situation in Georgia.

"He obviously has weakness because as soon as he got up, he nearly fell down. In terms of health, he seems to be in the same situation. I informed him of my visit to Brussels, of course, because we had a very busy few days. There are a group of people who are actively working on the issue of Georgia. In some cases, they knew our situation better than we did. Their faces lit up as soon as they heard my son's name," Alasania said.

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