A bar in Tbilisi introduced entry visas for tourists from Russia

The questionnaire is offered in English

Bar in Tbilisi introduced entry visas for tourists from Russia

A bar in Tbilisi introduced entry visas for tourists from Russia

Tbilisi's popular Dedaena Bar introduces entry visas for Russians.

Now only those citizens of the Russian Federation who correctly answer foreign policy questions can enter the institution: about the ownership of Crimea, Abkhazia and South Ossetia, aggression in Ukraine and attitude towards Vladimir Putin. They must also sign the phrase “Glory to Ukraine”.

At the same time, the bar refuses to serve in Russian and the questionnaire itself is offered in English.

Users from Russia have already begun to reduce rating of the institution on TripAdvisor.

Earlier, the Mayor of Tbilisi, Kakha Kaladze, said that all tourists are welcome in Georgia, incl. from Russia.

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