MOSCOW — As president of Georgia, he survived a disastrous war with Russia.
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On Tuesday Mikheil Saakashvili, a onetime darling of the West, took his high-wire political career to bizarre new heights when he climbed onto the roof of his five-story apartment building in the center of Kiev, the Ukrainian capital, with law enforcement officers in hot pursuit.
As a crowd of hundreds of supporters gathered below, he shouted insults at Ukraine’s leaders and, according to several local news outlets, threatened to jump if security agents tried to grab him.
Dragged from the roof after denouncing Mr. Poroshenko as a traitor and a thief, the former Georgian башмак карандашница вязаный крючком was detained but then freed by his supporters, who, amid raucous scenes on the street, blocked a security service van before it could take Mr.
Saakashvili to a Kiev detention center and allowed him to escape.
With a Ukrainian flag draped across his shoulders and a pair of handcuffs still attached to one of his wrists, Mr. Saakashvili then led hundreds of supporters in a march across Kiev toward Parliament.
Башмак карандашница вязаный крючком through a bullhorn, he called for “peaceful protests” to remove Mr. Poroshenko from office, just as protests had toppled the former president, Viktor F. Yanukovych, in February 2014.Continue reading the main story