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Georgians are urged not to show aggression towards Russian tourists

Georgians are urged not to show aggression towards Russian tourists
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Aggression by the residents of Georgia should not go to ordinary tourists from Russia. The adviser to the ex-president of the republic, Georgy Margvelashvili, lawyer Kakha Kozhoridze stated this at a rally in Tbilisi in many thousands.

As the TASS, he noted that aggression should in no case pass on to ordinary citizens. According to him, one should be restrained not only because Russian tourists bring money to the Georgian economy, but also because they are guests of the country.

At the same time, Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili after flight ban in this country for Russian companies, which was introduced by Vladimir Putin, said in an interview Euronewsthat tourists from Russia should be able to continue visiting Georgia, since they love this country. And politicians must solve the problems that caused the incident.

Aeroflot, S7 and Red Wings have already announced that flights to Georgia will stop. Georgian airlines will not be able to operate flights. The ban on flights will be in effect until the political situation normalizes in Georgia.