Saakashvili approved an agreement between Georgia and Russia on the WTO
Today Georgian leader Mikhail Saakashvili approved Memorandum of Understanding between the Governments of Georgia and Switzerland. According to Trend, the decree includes an instruction by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to inform the Parliament on the conclusion of this memorandum, as well as ensure that appropriate measures required by law.
In addition, the decree was issued, asserting agreement signed between the governments of Georgia and Russia on November 9, 2011 "On basic principles associated with the monitoring mechanism of commodity trade and customs administration between the governments of Georgia and Russia".
Georgian Foreign Ministry is also mandated to inform the parliament about the registration of this document, as well as to ensure the implementation of measures provided by the legislation.
Recall, under the mediation of Switzerland, on November 9, 2011, Georgia and Russia signed a package of documents regulating the establishment of a monitoring mechanism of customs administration and trade at Georgian border with Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Along with the agreement between Russia and Georgia, there was signed a Memorandum of Understanding which defines the role of Switzerland in the process as a third country.