Posted May 26 at 11:47 am
An aerial photo taken on August 27, 2017 shows a view of the Black Sea port city of Batumi.
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Georgia will reopen its land borders on June 1, in accordance with the decision of the Interagency Coordinating Council on the containment of the coronavirus pandemic.
“Georgia will reopen its land borders on June 1 and it will be possible to cross the border with a full vaccination certificate for Covid-19 and a negative PCR test or a negative PCR test performed at least 72 hours before the ‘arrival,’ the chief explained. of the operational headquarters of the Interinstitutional Coordination Council, Giorgi Gibradze, said.