Georgia
Practice Relating to Nuclear Weapons
Georgia’s Law on Nuclear and Radioactive Security (2012) states:
1. In accordance with international obligations assumed by Georgia, nuclear materials can only be used for peaceful purposes.
2. On the Georgian territory, it is prohibited to produce, possess or transfer nuclear weapons or other explosive devices containing nuclear materials, as well as to seek and accept assistance in creating nuclear weapons and other explosive devices containing nuclear materials. 
Georgia, Law on Nuclear and Radioactive Security, 2012, Article 44.