Georgia is one of the first countries of the former Eastern Bloc, which has recognised the primacy of international law in Georgian legislation upon restoration of independence while being formally still under the conditions of existence of the Soviet Union by the Act of Restoration of State Independence of Georgia that enshrine the following: The primacy of international law over the laws of the Republic of Georgia and the direct effect of its norms in the territory of Georgia has been declared as one of the basic constitutional principles of the Republic of Georgia. According to the Constitution, ‘An international treaty of Georgia shall take precedence over domestic normative acts unless it comes into conflict with the Constitution or the Constitutional Agreement of Georgia’. Georgia also has adopted the domestic Law on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities on July 14, 2020, which was amended on March 16, 2021.