Discussion: “Development Trends of Tourism Industry in the South Caucasus”
January 31, 12:00

In the international tourism market, Armenia and Georgia should be introduced by joint tour packages. Iran can also be included in that package because tourists may not be interested in visiting only one state. But simultaneously the infrastructures should be developed, beneficial and interesting packages should be introduced, the condition of roads and transport should be improved. The representatives of the tourism industry in Armenia and Georgia stated about this. For tourism development in Armenia, it is necessary to increase the number of tourist visits to the countries of the region. If visits from Iran to Armenia increase every year, the picture is different in the case of Georgia. The number of visits from Armenia to Georgia is far greater than visits from Georgia to Armenia. In 2016, over 6.5 million visits were made to Georgia (the real number of tourists is about 2.5 million people), out of which 1.5 million were citizens of Armenia. Tornike Zirakishvili, Head of the International Relations Department of the Georgian National Tourism Department, said about this.

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