“The Kremlin thinks it is too early to talk about restoration of flights with Georgia. We are watching the situation”, - Dmitry Peskov, spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin, told journalists.
According to him, the prohibition of flights with Georgia is a compulsory step, and consequently, the situation will be constantly monitored.
"As soon as there are signs that the situation is normal for Russian tourists and the consequences of Russia-phobic attitudes are gone, we will make analysis and decisions, but it is too early to talk about that yet. Of course, we hope that sooner or later it will happen, but at this stage, the presence of a large number of Russian tourists in Georgia is an objective danger," Peskov said.
Flights have been suspended between Georgia and Russia since July 8 on the basis of Vladimir Putin’s decision.