31 October 2020,   00:33
Ukraine"s General Prosecutor"s Office does not require Mikheil Saakashvili"s in-house detention

Ukraine"s General Prosecutor"s Office no longer requests Mikheil Saakashvili"s in-house detention.

Yuri Lucensko has given an interview to the local media recently.

The Prosecutor General explained that there is no need for the suppression of the protest because Mikheil Saakashvili started participating in investigative activities.

According to Lucenko, the new leader will be waiting for a series of interrogations in the nearest future and he expressed hope that Mikheil Saakashvili will make arrive in the investigative agencies.

The deadline for Mikheil Saakashvili"s detentionexpired today. According to the lawyer, the General Prosecutor"s Office should appeal to the court for the extension of the preventive measure, however, the deadline envisaged by the law has already expired. Ruslan Chernautsky does not exclude that the Ukrainian government plans to lift Mikheil Saakashvili"s suspect status and extradite him to Georgia.