The woman said that he had requested the assistance of the police, but nobody came
The incident occurred in the Georgian city of Zugdidi. There was attacked 50-year-old Sandra Roelofs.
It is reported that the wife of the former President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili is running for mayor of the city from opposition forces. The incident happened during filming for channels on the TV “Odishi”, which was attended by the candidate on a post of the mayor.
Sandra Roelofs said that aggressive unknown tried to prevent the shooting, swearing and having a fight with the crew.
“I came with very rude insults, Georgian, Mingrelian. We did not work. We had a small shooting. Went to fight. Chased our journalist, photographer,” – said details wife of ex-President of Georgia.
She also added that he had asked security to call the police, but no one appeared.
The interior Minister of Georgia Giorgi Gakharia promised to begin a preliminary examination of the incident.
As previously reported, Mikhail Saakashvili said that while they will not return to Ukraine, as it remains in power, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.
“My ticket was announced for when Poroshenko not go to the second round. It can still happen,” said Saakashvili in an interview to Ukrainian TV channels.
“If Poroshenko remains until his order will be executed. It hard — not to let me in to Ukraine”, — said Saakashvili, adding that “in any case” coming to this country.
Earlier, Saakashvili after the results were released exit polls, publicly decided to support the comedian and presidential candidate of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky.
“Official statement of Mikhail Saakashvili. Vladimir Zelensky — the next President of Ukraine! Call on all democratic forces to support it without any pre-agreements,” — said in the message.
Recall that the wife of Saakashvili, too, made a “demarche”.
As reported Politeka, the former President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili has shared a photo with new in-laws.
Also Politeka wrote that Saakashvili urgently appealed to Ukrainians: “Nowhere to go”.