Saakashvili sent "to hell" businessmen requiring quick results

The head of the Executive Committee of the Ukrainian national Council of reforms, ex-President of Georgia and former Governor of the Odessa region Mikhail Saakashvili during an online meeting with representatives of business sent "to hell" those who requires a fast result on a new post.

Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky in early may, Saakashvili appointed head of the Executive Committee of the national Council of reforms of Ukraine.

"The question is from Nicholas Bravely: when are business specific? Nicholas Firmly, and when you have any business in particular? What do you mean "case-specific"? Let's say that I, "Oh, Saakashvili came, Oh, disappointing through the week." Fuck everything to hell who thinks so", - Saakashvili said at the meeting, the recording of which he posted on his page in Facebook.

He also suggested the entrepreneurs by "move your hands" to anybody not to be disappointed.

Ex-President Saakashvili left Georgia in 2013, where he opened a number of criminal cases, some of them he was sentenced in absentia to prison terms. In the spring of 2015 Saakashvili came to Ukrainian politics, when held the post of President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko appointed him Governor of Odessa region, before granting citizenship. However, in November 2016 Poroshenko has dismissed Saakashvili, saying that he not only fulfilled promises to develop the region, but also greatly worsened its economic performance. At the end of July 2017, Poroshenko deprived Saakashvili Ukrainian citizenship. Later, Saakashvili has filed a complaint against this decision of the Ukrainian court, it is still not considered.

The government of Ukraine in February 2018 has sent Saakashvili to Poland, from which he in autumn 2017 illegally came to Ukraine broke through the cordons of border guards and law enforcement officers. Ukraine's new President Vladimir Zelensky on may 28, 2019, a decree was returned Saakashvili Ukrainian citizenship, then the policy returned to the Ukraine.