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Georgia hopes to preserve previous economic relations with CIS countries2009-07-31 14:18
Economic relations of Georgia with CIS countries after its leaving the commonwealth on August 18th will be continued in the same regime, stated David Alexadze, the head of the department of foreign trade and economic relations of the Ministry of Economic Development.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He said the government works hard to transfer multisided accords into bilateral agreements - Interfax.
On August 18th the compulsory term implied to undergo all the procedures of quitting the Commonwealth.
As the CIS member Georgia participated in 113 multisided agreements. According to the Vienna Convention, it may remain the participant of the agreements implying no necessary CIS membership.
Before August 18th Georgia must complete a number of procedures and leave the commonwealth forever. In the same period the government must conduct negotiations with the countries with which bilateral agreements will be signed after the cessation of multisided accords.