Kyiv appeals court reschedules hearings on Saakashvili's case for Jan 3
The Kyiv Court of Appeals has postponed hearings on the appeal filed by the Ukrainian prosecutor's office for the review of a Kyiv Pechersky District Court verdict on a preventive measure for former Georgian president, now leader of the "Movement of New Forces" Party in Ukraine Mikheil Saakashvili, according to the Ukrainian news outlet InfoResist.
The new court meeting is scheduled for January 3, 2018, InfoResist said.
Read alsoSaakashvili has documents allowing him to go to Netherlands – mediaAfter the judges left the courtroom, Saakashvili made a number of statements.
"I have no complaints about the judges because they were not provided with materials. Why didn't they get the documents? On January 3, everyone will have a rest or sleep. The world will not follow the events. They [court] will decide what they want," Saakashvili said, commenting on the court's decision.
Saakashvili said before the consideration of the appeal on December 22 that the SBU Security Service of Ukraine had handed a summons over to him for questioning at 11:00 on December 26. He signed it and said it was the proof that he was not evading the SBU's investigation.