Georgia might have faced more tense processes today if Saakashvili’s entry plan was not decoded, said State Security Service (SSG) Chief Grigol Liluashvili on Saturday.
SSG Head believes Saakashvili’s entry into Georgia will appear in a big case termed “arranging unrest and destabilization in the country.”
“More interesting facts and processes are ahead. The public will find out the case developments based on investigation intensity,” Liluashvili asserted.
Liluashvili also echoed a recently-launched probe into a coup conspiracy entailing the opposition United National Movement (UNM) members. The investigation revealed that the suspects were plotting “destructive actions,” including blocking the path to N18 penitentiary hospital in Gldani to “cause unrest and uncontrollable situation” and thwart the possible transfer of ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili.
In a Court-warranted covert tape, the suspects discuss the alleged conspiracy. Liluashvili claims those persons did not rebuff the tape authenticity.
“More will unveil during the investigation. We are waiting for their [suspects] interrogation. They decline to show up at SSG but will be quizzed with a magistrate judge in a few hours,” added Liluashvili.