Georgia May Not Open Borders to Interational Tourists from July 1
Georgia's borders may not be open to international tourists from July 1, according to the plan.
The issue was discussed at the sitting of the interagency commission.
It is known that Georgia has been negotiating with partner countries, including Israel and various EU countries, but due to the epidemiological situation there, they have decided to postpone the opening of tourism and international borders for some time.
It was noted at the meeting that no agreement has been reached with other countries and the relevant decisions regarding international tourism will be made available to the public in the near future, taking into account the current situation.
Mariam Kvrivishvili, the head of the Tourism Administration, noted that the epidemic situation in the world has not improved.
"Georgia is wary of opening up tourism because our strategy is to protect the security of its citizens. We are watching developments around the world. Countries have decided to postpone the opening of tourism and international borders for some time," Mariam Kvrivishvili said.