Georgia, Tbilisi, November 17 / Trend N.Kirtskhalia /
Georgia will never return to the CIS and such assumptions are baseless, said the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Maia Panjikidze on "Rustavi-2" TV channel.
"We have not received any formal proposals to join the CIS, and I think that they also understand well the impossibility of such a decision," she underlined.
Panjikidze said that Georgia would join only two unions - the EU and NATO.
"Our whole strategy is aimed in this direction, and the discussions concerning the CIS membership isn't going on," she said.
Earlier this week, representatives of the CIS Executive Committee declared that they were ready to consider Georgia's return to the CIS, if this issue would be initiated by Tbilisi.
Georgia was a member of the CIS in 1993, but left this organization after the Russian-Georgian war of 2008.