The Penitentiary Service will not take Mikheil Saakashvili to trial.
A public statement issued by the State Security Service said that it was planned to block the access roads to M. Saakashvili's penitentiary through vehicles owned by representatives of a number of political parties.
"They intended to carry out these destructive actions, about 500-600 vehicles would take part, causing the uncontrollable situation, chaos, and the current situation would hinder the process.
Such actions may take place even if he is escorted to the courtroom, and the accused/convicted M. Saakashvili has stopped a substantial part of his treatment, and his attendance at trial poses an additional risk to his health.
Taking into account all the above, the Special Penitentiary Service is deprived of the opportunity to present the accused/convicted M. Saakashvili in the Tbilisi City Court," the statement reads.