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Tbilisi International Airport (TAV) will be partially closed for some time during each day from March 1st for approximately four months in order to rennovate the airport’s runway.
Amiran Mamaladze, representative of TAV, told Georgia Today that there is no plan on TAV’s side to reschedule or cancel flights as some reports have falsely announced.
He added that the exact time of renovation works will be be provided soon.
Mamaladze further informed Georgia Today that the air companies have been informed of the renovation works well in advance and will choose themselves whether to alter their flying hours or cancel flights.
Hayk Sargsyan, Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Management of YSU, Doctor of Economics, Professor is convinced that the high level of constitutionalism is the guarantee of economic development of Armenia.
Azerbaijan’s actions in Nagorno-Karabakh are reason enough for Armenia to seek protection.
The new “free economic zone” near Armenia’s border with Iran will be launched by the end of this year.