Businessman Temur Chkonia considers that those businesses, who follow the safety rules should open today.
"When professionals say we have to protect something, we have to protect it. However, there is the second issue, who protects it why they have to wait for those regulations, that is for those who don't have the time to follow the rules.
Those who have already complied with these norms should open up. This is the main thing, the rest is clear that we must follow the regulations that are in Georgia and believe me, these regulations coincide to the regulations of the different countries. We are not original in this respect, but that does not mean that successful must wait for the backward one", said Temur Chkonia.
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