Règle correspondante
Georgia
Practice Relating to Rule 161. International Cooperation in Criminal Proceedings
Section C. Extradition of own nationals
Georgia’s Constitution (1995) provides: “The extradition of a citizen of Georgia to another State is prohibited, except in cases provided for by international agreements. A decision on extradition may be appealed in court.” 
Georgia, Constitution, 1995, Article 13(4).
Georgia’s Law on International Cooperation in Criminal Matters (2010), taking into account amendments up to 2016, states: “A Georgian citizen may not be extradited to a foreign state unless otherwise provided for by an international agreement of Georgia.” 
Georgia, Law on International Cooperation in Criminal Matters, 2010, taking into account amendments up to 2016, Article 21.
Georgia’s Criminal Code (1999), taking into account amendments up to 2017, states:
Citizens of Georgia and persons having a status of stateless person in Georgia may not be extradited to another state for the purpose of criminal prosecution or serving a sentence, unless otherwise provided for [by] a treaty to which Georgia is a party. 
Georgia, Criminal Code, 1999, taking into account amendments up to 2017, Article 6(1).