The Administration of the Government of Georgia is moving to a different regime when communicating with journalists. In particular, journalists will no longer be allowed at briefings and press conferences. Irakli Chikovani, the Prime Minister's spokesperson, made the statement regarding the changes.
According to him, the Georgian Public Broadcasting will have live briefings from the administration.
Also, the media will have the opportunity to send questions to the Prime Minister's press office electronically and receive answers.
"To protect you, the administration of the Georgian government is changing the regime. You will be able to submit questions to the Government Administration press office in advance, to which we will provide answers. We will create a communication platform to answer any of your questions," Chikovani said.