Saakashvili says he could be extradited next week

In his interview on NewsOne TV Channel, the ex-head of the Odessa Regional State Administration, Mikheil Saakashvili can be extradited from Ukraine as early as next week.  

According to Saakashvili, such a measure can be adopted if he chooses to return to Georgia instead of being expelled to Europe.

"They plan to throw me out of the country. They have a joint special operation of the Georgian special services, Russian special services and Ukrainian special services... If they even throw me out next week... And by the way, they want to do it, they want to grab me and say: you’ve got some cases in Georgia, we offer you to Poland or Holland. I will say that I will go to Georgia," Saakashvili said.

He has noted that he is ready to stay in prison in Georgia. "Even if they throw me out, even if they throw me in jail under false accusations, I know that a provocation is being prepared," Saakashvili said.

Earlier, Saakashvili stated that the migration service of Ukraine had extended to March 1, 2018 his permit to stay in the in the country.

  Mikheil Saakashvili, Ukraine, Georgia