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Georgia will participate in the meeting of the CIS Rail Transport Council2008-11-21 09:27
Despite intentions of Georgia to leave the CIS, Georgian delegation will participate in the CIS state members Rail Transport Council, which has opened today in Kiev, said David Dzhindzholia, the representative of Georgian delegation at the Council.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Let us remind that in mid August Georgia officially informed the CIS Executive Committee of its disaffiliation with the agreement on the Commonwealth establishment. "Surely, we will quit the Council, but right after that will apply to the status of an associate member. Another possible variant is the co called contract basis, that implies making settlements with all the member states",- Dzhindzholia said. According to him, Georgia will continue its work in the Council in any case, RIA-Novosti informs.
Georgian delegation for the meeting counts 10 persons.
The participants of the 49th CIS member states Rail Transport Council are rail transport administration directors of the CIS member states, Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Finland. The agenda includes a wide range of questions. Among them: issues of tariff policy for international rail service for 2009, international rail service improvement, standard of train schedule for 2009-2010.