From June 15, Georgia will open local tourism services, and from July 1, the country will be ready to receive international tourists, Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia said at the presentation of the Anti-Crisis Plan to Open Tourism on Thursday. 

“We will create safe corridors on land borders with our neighboring countries and, based on bilateral negotiations, with countries that are of touristic interest to us. Talks have already begun. Georgia will be one of the first countries to open its borders and tourist infrastructure to receive guests from abroad,” the PM elaborated.