Saakashvili: They will not kill us all
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili at the end of his second term plans to stay in politics.
"Georgia is a very small country, and there always will be a rotation of the same recognizable faces. Apparently, no one is to disappear, and all of these individuals will be seen in management and politics," Saakashvili said on the talk show "Nanook Show" on channel "Rustavi 2", when asked if he had a chance of becoming the president of Georgia again.
"Anything that does not kill us makes us stronger, and all of us will not be killed. Someone will be killed, someone will die, and someone will be saved, based on this, we need to plan our future," Saakashvili said.
In particular, he said that after the resignation he will take with him from the presidential palace only his diploma from Columbia University, which is hanging on the wall in his office.