Article II of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide in Georgian
Adopted by Resolution 260 (III) A of the U.N. General Assembly on December 9, 1948.
Entry into force: January 12, 1951.
Georgia became a party to the Genocide Convention on October 11, 1993.
List of parties to the Convention (UNHCHR status report), Nations that are NOT party to the Convention (this website)
Article 6 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal
Court in Georgian
Adopted on 17 July 1998 by the United Nations Diplomatic Conference of Plenipotentiaries
on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court in Rome on July 17, 1998.
Entry into force: 1 July 2002
Georgia signed the Rome Statute on July 18, 1998, but has not yet ratified the Treaty.
Ratifications and signatures (UN website)
The texts of Article II and Article 6 include the same international definition of genocide.
sixlis samarTlis saerTaSoriso sasamarTlos wesdeba
miRebuli gaerTianebuli erebis organizaciis uflebamosil warmomadgenelTa diplomatiur konferenciaze 17 ivilsi, 1998 w.
muxli 6. genocidi
genocidi, am wesdebis miznebisTvis, niSnavs romelime qvemoT CamoTvlil qmedebas, romelic Cadenilia erovnuli, eTnikuri, rasobrivi an religiuri jgufis mTliani an nawilobrivi ganadgurebis mizniT:
(a) jgufis wevrTa mkvleloba;
(b) jgufis wevrTaTvis sxeulis mZime dazianebis an fsiqikuri moSlilobis miyeneba;
(c) jgufisaTvis ganzrax iseTi pirobebis Seqmna, rac miznad isaxavs mis mTlian an nawilobriv fizikur ganadgurebas;
(d) iseTi zomebis gatareba, romelTa mizania jgufis SigniT Sobadobis aRkveTa;
(e) erTi jgufidan meoreSi bavSvebis ZaladobiT gadacema.
Article 651 (genocide) of Georgia's penal code
Prevent Genocide International