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Mikheil Saakashvili in Critical Condition in Tbilisi Prison

Georgia’s Former President Mikheil Saakashvili is Being Slowly Killed

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New York ( — On Monday, a court in Georgia rejected an appeal to release former President Mikheil Saakashvili from prison due to concerns over his health. Mikheil Saakashvili is in critical condition in a Tbilisi prison and is reportedly being murdered by the Georgian government and Vladimir Putin. Despite international pressure, the government of Georgia refuses to release him, as the covert ruler of Georgia is unable to comply due to the dangerous consequences of going against Putin’s mentality — he is deeply scared of Putin. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky displayed images of former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili and sounded the alarm about his condition, raising concerns about his well-being and treatment while in prison. Volodymyr Zelenskiy is planning to attend the EU summit in Brussels this week, according to sources. Despite security concerns, this will be his second trip outside of Ukraine since the start of the war. The EU has provided Ukraine with candidate membership status and a €18 billion macro-financial assistance package.

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Russia’s Anticipated Offensive Expected

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Meanwhile, recruiters for PMC Wagner have once again started approaching prisoners to fight in Ukraine, but there are ten times fewer people willing to go now compared to the first wave of recruitment. A video of a former prisoner being beaten with a sledgehammer was released in November and it was predicted that this would result in fewer people joining PMC Wagner. An expected offensive by Russia is thought to be limited to the territories of Donetsk and Lugansk regions, with the main target being the Donbass area. The Russian offensive is expected to focus on capturing the Svatovo-Kremennaya line and the south of the Donetsk region. Despite reinforcing the front line with manpower, the quality of new equipment remains low, with paratroopers and marines being the main striking force. It would be advantageous for the Ukrainians to wait for the Russian offensive, hold it back and then advance, but they may feel that time is working against them and choose to go on the offensive instead. Western equipment promised to Ukraine will not arrive in sufficient time but can be replenished later. The US is planning to impose 200% duties on imports of Russian-made aluminum in an attempt to put pressure on Moscow ahead of the anniversary of the invasion of Ukraine. This move has been under consideration for months, but there are concerns about the damage it may cause to American industries, and President Biden has not yet given approval. Russia supplies around 10% of total US aluminum imports and is the second largest metal producer globally. The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has announced the arrest of a military official who was acting as a Russian agent and has been charged with state treason.

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