A journalist asked the mayor of Tbilisi, Kakha Kaladze, what the Georgian government is doing at a time when, after the European Union sanctions, Russian citizens may be banned from entering the Schengen Area. Kaladze replied that Georgia does not start a war and does not engage in war.
“There will be no “second front” in Georgia, Georgia does not join the sanctions. This is very important. We welcome tourists, I don’t see any problem. If any company or person is sanctioned, of course, this will be followed by an appropriate response in Georgia within the framework of the law and the constitution,” Kaladze noted.