Israeli Asks Georgia To Postpone Bilateral Tourism
10 June, 2020
Israeli Asks Georgia To Postpone Bilateral Tourism
Israeli asked Georgia to postpone opening up bilateral tourism, - Administration of the Government of Georgia stated.

Accordingly, contrary to the earlier reports, Israeli won't be the first country from which Georgia will be hosting tourists starting from 1 July.

Georgia is planning to open up the tourism sector from July 1 onwards. The PM Giorgi Gakharia was stating that Israeli was likely to be the first country to start the business with; however, as the PM stressed yesterday, due
to the worsening epidemiological situations, a couple of countries asked for "waiting for a while".

"The government was having bilateral negotiations with different countries. Some negotiations were close to the finish, others were already completed; however, the epidemiological situation has suddenly worsened in those countries and out colleagues asked - out of our own interest, in terms of safety of Georgia - to wait for a while", - stated the PM at the Coordinating Council's meeting.


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