“I do not welcome the restoration of air communication with Russia!” Zurabishvili said in a statement quoted by TASS. And he explains the reason for this by the fact that “all partner countries express their solidarity in word or deed” with Ukraine.
He also expressed his confidence that the majority of the Georgian society wants this too. But the position of the government and the ruling party, which advocates the opening of air traffic, is, to put it mildly, incomprehensible to her.
As for tightening the conditions for Russians to stay in Georgia, Zurabishvili is sure that “regulations are needed in the direction of the right to work, register a business, acquire property or open Russian language schools.”