“Naturally, we got acquainted with the decision of the Strasbourg Court. The Minister of Justice will give a detailed explanation. I do not want to comment at length on this topic. This is not my prerogative. I told you I had finished talking about the prisoner and the prisoners. There are a lot of issues, a lot of problems in the country, and I only talk and concentrate on this topic,” said Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili.
Earlier, before the statement of the Prime Minister, Justice Minister Rati Bregadze published a post on his Facebook page, stating the European Court of Human Rights had rejected Saakashvili’s complaint regarding his wish to transfer to a private clinic and had asked him to end his hunger strike.