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All tourists from Russia left Georgia

All tourists from Russia left Georgia
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All organized Russian tourists left Georgia and returned to their homeland. They should have done this before July 8.

According to the Federal Agency for Tourism, tour operators are now offering customers who are planning to rest in Georgia, alternative options, or return them money for vouchers. According to tour operators, all airlines returned money to passengers for tickets purchased, only Georgian Airways does not do so. She does not accept tickets and statements about their age.

Ban on air traffic started acting from 8 July. Now it will be possible to get to Georgia only through neighboring states. The ban on flights of Georgian airlines will last until they provide programs aviation security and their audit.

In June, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree according to which Russian airlines from July 8 should stop flying to Georgia. It happened after the protests in Tbilisi. A proposal to launch from the airports of Baku, Yerevan and Turkish Trabzon is now being considered. free buses to Georgia for Russian tourists.