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Georgia has withdrawn from another CIS agreement2012-10-09 14:27
Georgia has withdrawn from another agreement of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) - the Courier Union, the RBC reported. The corresponding decree was signed by the President Mikheil Saakashvili.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Stop operation of the agreement from January 22, 1993 "On Interstate Courier Union" with respect to Georgia", said in the text of the presidential decree. Foreign Ministry was instructed to inform the depositary on the termination of the agreement.
As recalled by the Rosbalt, the agreement under which Georgia joined Interstate Courier Union within the CIS was signed on January 22, 1993, in Minsk.
Georgia announced its withdrawal from the CIS after the war in August 2008. After almost a year this decision was formalized by the relevant agencies of the Commonwealth.