"From Monday, July 13, the ban on cultural events in the open spaces will be lifted," the Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Gakharia stated at the government session.
"I think that now, during the summer, when domestic tourism is becoming more important, these events have a higher meaning. Also, all events that have different types of workload but take place in the open air will be allowed. For example, recently, there has been a great demand from cynologists to hold exhibitions, and of course, we have to help our four-legged friends to allow them to hold these exhibitions in a normal way," the head of government noted.
By the Interagency Coordinating Council's decision, it has become possible to hold training and conferences in closed spaces from July 6.
Also, education institutions opened.
The operation of outdoor attractions also became possible.
The decision was made to open swimming pools and gyms as well.