The prime minister's advisor apologized to the citizens for delays on the government's unified hotline and noted that the hotline's capabilities will be further increased and that citizens will be able to receive comprehensive information concerning the restrictions.
"As you know, the Georgian Government's unified hotline, which can be reached by dialing 144, has begun to operate. The hotline received a huge number of calls after the announcement, as a result of which our citizens had to wait or call several times, and we apologize for this inconvenience. The capabilities of this line will be further increased and public awareness will be ensured. Our fellow citizens will be able to receive comprehensive information concerning the restrictions using this line, so that they can be fully informed on issues pertaining to the restrictions that are in place," the prime minister's advisor stated.
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