As reported by a correspondent for Censor.NET, Saakashvili delivered a speech to his supporters and answered the journalists' questions.
Asked why he did not come for questioning to the Prosecutor General's Office this morning, Saakashvili said he was willing to meet with the investigator and answer his questions in the tent camp outside the parliament.
Saakashvili called on the Kyiv residents to support the protesters with hot tea and sandwiches, and invited them to the meeting at 6 p.m. today to discuss further plans.
Early Dec. 6, the law enforcers detained Saakashvili on charges of assisting crime ring members. His supporters blocked off the paddy wagon with the detained politician inside and later released him. During the search in Saakashvili's apartment, he went up to the roof of the house and was apprehended by the law enforcers there.
Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yurii Lutsenko later said that runaway oligarch Serhii Kurchenko funded Saakashvili's activities in Ukraine.