Georgia, Tbilisi, Feb. 19 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
The parliamentary minority will withdraw its draft law on the immutability of Georgia's foreign policy.
Authorities claim that their foreign policy retains the same positions, adding that the opposition was forcing open a door, initiator of the draft law, Deputy Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia, Giorgi Baramidze told reporters on Tuesday.
"We have prepared a draft law on the immutability of foreign policy, and raised the question on amendments to the Constitution reflecting this matter. The negotiation process is currently underway and in order to avoid any interference in the conduct of consultations, we will withdraw this draft law," Baramidze said.
However, he expressed the hope that the principles implying the permanence of foreign policy will be reflected in the Constitution.