Georgian Economy Minister Natia Turnava is promoting Georgia as a safe destination for international travellers, as an internationally acclaimed and successful country in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Georgia is a very safe country and we do our best to further strengthen this image and introduce Georgia to the world as a safe tourism destination", said Turnava earlier today.
Georgian ambassadors abroad are also involved in this process and are spreading the message of 'Georgia as a safe tourism destination' in their respective host countries.
Georgia will resume domestic tourism starting June 15 and will receive international tourists starting July 1.
The authorities are now negotiating with other partners to open safe tourist corridors with other countries. Negotiations are underway with Israel, Czechia, the Baltic countries, Greece and other countries.
Turnava said that meeting all medical guidelines is important for opening the tourist season in Georgia.