Former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, currently on hunger strike at the prison hospital, is said to have fainted during a meeting with his lawyers.
Saakashvili’s lawyer, Nika Gvaramia, confirmed to the media that the former president was assisted by doctors and that he was now “fine”.
Saakashvili’s United National Movement (UNM) party tweeted: “Georgia’s Special Prison Service maintained Saakashvili’s condition was ‘stable’ and announced that a doctor specializing in intensive care would comment on the health of the doctor. former president.”
Intensivist Guliko Kiliptari said Saakashvili’s condition is “absolutely stable”, noting that she was there “by coincidence”.
The doctor added that if she had not been at the scene, a team of intensive care specialists working in prison would help Saakashvili.
Regarding possible causes of the fainting, Kiliptari said lab tests had been sent to investigate the case, Agenda.ge reported.
Saakashvili was arrested in Tbilisi on October 1. The former president, who was serving his sentence in Rustavi Prison No.12, was transferred to Gldani Prison Hospital on November 8.