Ukraine, Georgia sign 5 agreements
After Ukrainian-Georgian talks in Tbilisi
Victor Yushchenko and Georgia’s President Mikhail Saakashvili attended a ceremony on Thursday to sign bilateral agreements after chairing Ukrainian-Georgian talks in Tbilisi, according to the President`s press-office.
The two leaders signed an agreement to liberalize citizenship procedures for Georgians living in Ukraine and Ukrainians residing in Georgia.
Ukraine’s Acting Foreign Minister Volodymyr Ohryzko signed an agreement on the legal protection of toponyms used to name wines, mineral water and alcoholic beverages.
Kostyantyn Vashchenko, first deputy head of the State Committee for Regulatory Policy and Entrepreneurial Activity, signed a business cooperation agreement and Leonid Vitkin, deputy head of the State Committee for Technical Regulations and Consumer Policy, an agreement for standardization and metrology cooperation.
Ukraine’s Ambassador to Georgia Mykola Spys signed a memorandum between Ukraine’s Labor Ministry and Georgia’s Healthcare and Social Security Ministry.