Georgia to bring home citizens stranded in Europe amid coronavirus pandemic
Georgia to bring home citizens stranded in Europe amid coronavirus pandemic

“Georgian Government and Georgian Foreign Ministry are working intensively to return its citizens from high-risk zones,” Georgian Foreign Minister stated. The Minister noted that all of them will have to undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine.

The government will bring Georgian citizens from Berlin, Greece, Vienna, Amsterdam, Warsaw, Athens and Larnaca within two weeks.

“Today, Georgian citizens will be brought home from Berlin. Our citizens will be able to leave for Greece tomorrow via Aegean Airlines. On March 26, Tbilisi-Viena-Tbilisi flight will be carried out, on March 31 – Tbilisi-Amsterdam-Tbilisi, on April 3 – Tbilisi- Warsaw-Tbilisi, on April 7 – Tbilisi-Athens-Tbilisi, and on April 10 – Tbilisi-Larnaca-Tbilisi,” Georgian FM stressed.

Georgian Foreign Minister added that the ticket price will be controlled as it should not exceed 199 Euros.

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