We are a state of law and we will not allow anyone to put themselves above the law.

APA's Tbilisi correspondent reports that Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said this in response to journalists' questions about former President Mikheil Saakashvili's health.

He noted that Saakashvili was under the illusion that he would soon be released from the first day of his arrest.

"I know one thing that Saakashvili was determined to organize revolution and bloodshed.

From the first day of his arrest, he threatened everyone with bloodshed.

Then he started a hunger strike and broke all records of hunger in world history.

We also saw the images that were circulated, he was taking food secretly.

I don't want to go into details.

From the day of his arrest, Saakashvili was under the illusion that he would be released within a week.

And then one month, two months, three months... I have heard many times that Saakashvili is depressed and does not like the environment he is in.

"Which prisoner likes his environment?" Garibashvili told reporters.

The Prime Minister noted that the demands to send Saakashvili abroad for treatment are actually for his release, but this will not be allowed.