Head of Georgia's National Tourism Administration Mariam Kvrivishvili has held an online conversation with Director-General of Israeli Tourism Agency Amir Halevi.
Georgia's Ambassador to Israel Lasha Zhvania also engaged in the online meeting.
The parties discussed the creation of safe corridors and collaboration between the countries.
National Tourism Administration says Israel is an essential tourist route for Georgia.
''Negotiations are underway efficiently and rapidly. We are grateful for Georgia's evaluation as a safe tourist destination,'' Mariam Kvrivishvili said.
Georgian Ambassador Lasha Zhvania says that Israel plans to resume tourist routes with eight countries, including Georgia, being one of the first.
''Two countries should exchange data on epidemics and trends. Afterward, they should adjust their regulations and conclude an agreement,' Zhvania said.
As Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia said yesterday, Georgia would host its first visitors from Israel.