The decision was taken on Tuesday at an extraordinary parliamentary session, the information agency Novosti-Georgia reports.
"The question of the full canceling of the decision may be raised very soon," parliamentary chairperson Nino Burdzhanadze said.
"Things are changing in Georgian-Russian relations and a new stage of relations begins between Georgia and Russia. This Georgian gesture may play a positive role," she added.
Georgia has been a WTO member since 2000 and its opinion could have a negative effect on the Russia-WTO negotiating process.