Saakashvili announced "big plans" for Ukraine and Georgia

The head of the Executive Committee of the Ukrainian national Council reform Mikheil Saakashvili said that he had "big plans" in Ukraine and Georgia.

"I have big plans for Ukraine and Georgia. I'm for a big transformation. I don't believe in palosai and do not believe in the process, I only believe in the results of the process", - Saakashvili wrote on his page in Facebook on Tuesday.

He said that preparing for a "decisive breakthrough" in Georgia in autumn. "We will finish the humiliation of my country - Georgia and the destruction of my people... oligarch (Bidzina – ed.) Ivanishvili, and return of Georgian statehood on the fast track of, even if I personally have to pay the highest price. Yes, I'm fighting in the Ukraine, and Georgia. Yes, I do not pretend to high office in any country, but I do know that we are a regional leader and for many is associated with hope for improvements and reforms, and these people I will not fail", he added.

Saakashvili also said that this week ends the concept of Ukrainian judicial reform and plans to submit its proposals to the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, the national reform Council and the public. According to him, the national Council of reforms has drafted a code of mining, reform the state architectural and construction inspection, as well as the program of customs reforms.

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. In early may of the current year Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky Saakashvili appointed head of the Executive Committee of the national Council of reforms of Ukraine.