Starting from July 30, Georgia will be included in the list of "red" countries, where Israeli visitors will no longer be allowed to travel, - the Israeli Embassy in Georgia reports.
According to the embassy, the decision will be reviewed weekly.
"According to the decision of the Israeli government, starting from July 30, Georgia will be included in the list of "red" countries, where travel for Israeli visitors will no longer be allowed (except in exceptional cases).
This status will be reviewed on a weekly basis and in case of improvement of the epidemiological situation in Georgia, the relevant restrictions will be eased or removed", - the embassy said in a statement.
As of June, Israel is the second largest tourist country for Georgia. 15,837 visitors from Israel visited Georgia last month.
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