Saakashvili's press office explained his interview
Today, Manana Manjgaladze, press-speaker of Georgian leader, gave an explanation for a recent interview of Mikhail Saakashvili to Polish edition EurActiv. As reminiscent by the GHN, among other topics, they discussed the question of the future work of Saakashvili after his term ends.
"We wish to clarify that this part of the interview is incomplete and does not convey exactly what the President said. For Mikhail Saakashvili it is not important where he will be after 2013, but how our country will change in two years, and implementation of reforms, started by current Georgian authorities. The President is focused on the development of Georgia and the projects that were commenced in recent years. President of Georgia doesn't comment his future career, so we must clarify that any discussion on this issue are speculation", stressed Manjgaladze.
In the interview to Polish journalists, Saakashvili said that he "was not very interested" in position of prime minister which he might take after the end of his term in office. However, Saakashvili didn't tell journalists about his future plans in life.
"... Prime Minister is very important, but he is totally dependent on parliament. This post is not very interesting for a man who is the president at this time", Saakashvili said.