kiev - The Ukrainian authorities are still looking for Georgian former president Mikhail Saakashvili, who escaped from a police van on Tuesday. Dozens of agents attacked a camp a day later with demonstrators inside parliament, but apparently did not meet the politician they were looking for. Saakashvili later said that they had searched the wrong tent.
The stateless Saakashvili has emerged as a louse in the fur of his former ally, President Petro Poroshenko of Ukraine. The authorities have ordered the former Georgian to report, but Saakashvili said that he did not intend to do so. 'I am willing to speak to a public prosecutor in the tent camp,' he said in a video message.
It came Wednesday at the camp to skirmishes between demonstrators and agents. 'The activists committed resistance and provoked agents,' said the police of the Ukrainian capital Kiev. Four agents and an unknown number of protesters were injured. One witness stated that hundreds of men were deployed to guard the parliament.