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The Debts of the Georgian Airline Companies towards Russia

Published: September 30, 2013 | 10:59 am
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TV3 has found out that Georgian airline companies have debts of around $800 000 towards Russia. The head of the Civil Aviation Agency Transportation Department Aleksandre Gachechiladze has stated that it will be impossible to restore regular flights to Russia if the debts are not repaid. According to him, the debts are owed by companies that were operating before 1999-2000, and no longer exist. It is not certain whether the existing airline companies will pay the money, Mr. Gachechiladze has added.
Charter flights to Russia are currently only operated by the Georgian Airways. The information regarding this case was published by the Prime Minister’s special representative Zurab Abashidze.

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