Despite the "union agreements" with Russia, Moscow did not support the economic and political blockade of Georgia.
In 2006, when Russia adopted what commentators have called the "economic blockade" of Georgia, Minsk did not enter Tbilisi against political and economic sanctions — Despite the "union agreement" with Russia. If Moscow cut flights to Georgia, many Georgians who could not fly to Tbilisi from Moscow, used the services of Belarusian air carriers.
July 22, 2009 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus, warned its citizens that South Ossetia and Abkhazia, which as a result of last year's military campaign recognized by Russia as independent states, You can only vyazhzhats from Georgia. According to the deputy chief of the consular department of the Belarusian Foreign Ministry Alexander Lukashevich, the entry of foreigners in Abkhazia and South Ossetia is only allowed with directions, respectively, and Zugdydkaga Gori municipality.
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili welcomed the ban on the Belarusian authorities to its citizens to violate Georgian legislation and is located in Abkhazia and South Ossetia without Tbilisi's permission. "This is a very bold decision by the President of Belarus," — Saakashvili said at the time.
The economic cooperation between Ukraine and Georgia developed and after the Russian-Georgian conflict in 2008 In November 2009 visit to Georgia delegation of Belarusian businessmen headed by the president of the Chamber of Commerce of Vasily Romanov. The delegation was received by the Minister of Economic Development Zurab Gryzyi Palalikashvili met with Belarusian businessmen.
Acts Committee on Economic Cooperation between Belarus and Georgia.
Now there is a portal for Georgia-Belarus.
Still The Republic of Belarus has not recognized the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, which are separated from Georgia as a result of the Russian-Georgian war of 2008
July 9 Alexander Lukashenko held a private meeting with Mikheil Saakashvili in the Crimea.
Today, July 15, is expected to interview with Mikhail Saakashvili at BT.