"If someone wants to preserve the health of imprisoned Saakashvili, first of all, it is the government. I think that the government of Georgia is interested in him being healthy where he is now. Of course, the state is responsible for the protection and health of all prisoners... If something happens to the prisoner Saakashvili, and the state is to blame, it will be a big problem for the government and a negative image for the country as a whole," said the chairman of the parliamentary political group "European Socialists" Fridon Indzhiya live on Alt-Info television.
The deputy emphasized that if the state cannot cope with the treatment of the prisoner, then the state itself must seek help from another country in order to deliver the necessary equipment, or medicines and everything necessary for the treatment of the prisoner...
"Of course, the parents will say, transport him abroad, but here the court must say its word, because this is an unprecedented case for Georgia, and whatever decision the court makes, it must be well argued, as this decision will be the subject of a long discussion" , - noted the deputy.
As for the plans of Mikhail Saakashvili at the time of his return to Georgia, Fridon Indzhiya stated that arrest and stay in prison were not part of his plans.
"Arrest was not in his plans, maybe it was in other people's plans, but I am sure on 100% that he did not think about arrest. He was confident that he would not be detained. "Maybe Saakashvili thought that the public opinion was already prepared, and they are waiting for him... Returning to Georgia without any plan is excluded, but what was the plan, it will be clarified," the deputy noted.