Former President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili, who was detained by the Georgian authorities after returning to the country, announced the end of the hunger strike. This was announced by his lawyer, reports the Rustavi 2 TV channel.
According to him, the former head of state took into account the appeals of the European Court of Human Rights and eventually decided to end the hunger strike.
On the morning of November 11, Georgian Justice Minister Rati Bregadze said that the ECHR refused to transfer Saakashvili from a prison hospital to a private clinic and demanded that he end his hunger strike.
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