"Today population is in danger due to the elections held amid pandemic. Politicians should have to think that the elections might be postponed, but they did not do it. The government and the public cannot understand that this is not a short-term condition. We are moving to a new paradigm of life, however regulations and new lifestyles should be planned in a way to be tailored to the long term, " the founder of Caucasus Travel told TV-program" Business Morning "
According to him, we cannot draw any conclusions from any mistakes and learn anything, that is why the country is in a state of uncertainty today.
"I agree with some of the restrictions, however, the main thing is how their implementation will be made, how much it will be controlled, how much the citizens, will follow the rules. In addition, if the restrictions on air travel are lifted, it is likely that on February 25, corporations will not buy tickets to Georgia. However, in March and April, travel companies will start buying tickets, the main thing is for the airlines to reflect on the reservation system and start selling tickets three or four months in advance, "- said Saba Kiknadze.
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