Georgia sends an inquiry to Warsaw regarding Saakashvili’s stay in Poland
The district prosecutor’s office of Warsaw received a request from the Georgian Ministry of Justice to establish whether former Georgian President, Mikheil Saakashvili was in Poland, as reported by Radio Liberty. The details of the request have not been reported.
According to the press secretary for the prosecutor’s office, Lukash Lapchinsky, the request came from the National Public Prosecutor’s Office of Poland. He did not provide the details of the request.
The chief prosecutor’s office of Georgia reported on Friday that it had appealed to Polish authorities regarding Saakashvili’s arrival in their country.
Mikheil Saakashvili is wanted in Georgia on several charges relating …read more