Georgian parliament passes law on live genetically modified organisms
Tbilisi, Georgia, Sept. 19
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
The Georgian parliament passed a law on "Live genetically modified organisms". The law was supported by 65 deputies and opposed by two deputies.
The legal relations in the sphere of live genetically modified organisms (GMO) are regulated in accordance with the law. In particular, the issues of their living in a closed area, placing in the market network and regulation of cross-border transportation are determined.
The main principles of GMO regulation, public agencies' competence in this area, the issues related to state control and redress are being determined.