Surrogacy arrangements are permitted by law in the Republic of Georgia, in Europe, since 1997, when the the law “On Health” came into force.
A basic requirements is that the intended parents are a married straight couple with a medical cause that prevents them from having a child naturally. For example, women without uterus or with a Müllerian duct anomaly.
Read the full article on: Surrogacy in Georgia (Europe) – What Does the Law Say? ( 98).
By Andrea Rodrigo (embryologist) and Sandra F. (babygest staff).
Last Update: 03/01/2018