Saakashvili offered parts of their bodies in exchange for the lost territory

Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili said he was willing to part with some body parts in exchange for the lost territory (obviously, refers to Abkhazia and South Ossetia). This statement, according to news agency “Novosti-Georgia”, he spoke at a meeting of the government of the republic, which was held in Kutaisi.

His proposal Saakashvili addressed the Russian government, recalling that in his (Saakashvili’s) address of the Russian Federation, according to rumors, sounded unpleasant threats.

“They want to hang the leaders of Georgia for some part of the body. I am very delighted to send any part of your body so that they have returned at least a part of our territories. And even better - all the territories. And how much would be enough of my body parts so I returned to the territories, “- said the president.

22 November 2011

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