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Georgia and the Czech Republic to sign agreement on secret information protection2009-02-18 17:35
The governments of Georgia and the Czech Republic intend to sign an agreement on exchange and bilateral protection of secret information in nearest future.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Today the parliamentary Committee on Foreign Relations supported the draft agreement on the issue - Day.Az.
The document under preparation implies protection of the secret information exchanged between the countries or legal persons, considering the interests of state and security issues.
As it was mentioned at the Committee meeting, Georgia previously signed similar agreements with Latvia, Ukraine and Estonia.