Nogaideli yesterday condemned alleged attempts by Georgian authorities to interfere in Ukrainian internal affairs.
“We must not interfere in Ukrainian internal affairs. The next leader of that country is not our business. The only thing we should care about is the establishment of normal and stable relations with that leader,” he said.
Nogaideli, a sharp critic of the Georgian authorities, told journalists earlier he had information apparently suggesting that the Georgian authorities were preparing to organize his assassination. He said he was “not afraid.”