the Former President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili spoke about the conversation with the leader of Russia Vladimir Putin held on the sidelines of the CIS summit in Minsk in 2006. The words of the policy results in the publication Gordon.

Saakashvili said that Putin had brought him to a separate dark room, where he thrust his nails in the knee — the conversation was “eye to eye”. In this quick Georgian President claims that the Russian leader allegedly threatened “war”, noting that his source “wasn’t joking”.

As expected, June 23 on the YouTube channel of journalist Dmitry Gordon will complete an interview with Saakashvili, in which he talked about the relationship with world leaders about “why the Georgians didn’t like him”.

In 2008-m year, during the presidency of Mikhail Saakashvili, Georgia sent troops into the breakaway South Ossetia, trying to take the region under its control. After the intervention of Russia, the Georgian military were forced out of the conflict zone.