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Tbilisi withdraws from all the agreements on the CIS2012-04-23 16:48
Georgia intends to complete the exit from the CIS having withdrawn its signature from the 30 agreements. This was stated by Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze, the VZGLIAD reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We are not members of the CIS, we do not need additional obligations", Kalandadze said. She explained that since Georgia's leaving the CIS it was gradually implementing procedures of withdrawing from the agreements.
Recall, Georgia became the 12th and last member of the Commonwealth in late 1993. It left the CIS after the first war in 2008.
Tbilisi officially lefy the CIS in August 2009, but remained member of 75 international agreements with the CIS countries. Now, there are no more than 30 such agreements.