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“Despite of Lavrov’s statement, Russian tourists are still coming to Georgia”
17:35 19.04.2012
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According to the statement of Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili, despite of Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov’s statement, more Russian tourists are still coming to Georgia and all the hotels are full.

The president made announcement about this at the opening of professional college in Kobuleti.

As Mikheil Saakashvili said, with the statements, where Lavrov calls on Russians not to visit Georgia, Russian Foreign Minister only makes a promotion of our country.

“All the hotels are full with Russian tourists; the more Lavrov speaks about reasons of not visiting Georgia, the more tourists arrive and maybe we should have him as our tour-agent, as he makes a very good advertisement of our country”, - the president said. 

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