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Kobalia playing planes2010-10-06 20:45
Minister of Economy and Sustained Development of Georgia Veronika Kobalia has long been saying that the air transportation field needs reforming. Many people are sure that her administration has turned into a ministry of permanent mishaps as soon as she settled in an official's armchair. As for Vera, she seems to pay no attention to the criticism, continuing to voice the top-priority directions of the Georgian economy. Her next first-rate idea is attracting the small-budget air companies to the skies of Sakartvelo.
Conquer peaks and never rejoice the hills conquered - that must be the slogan of the young lady-minister. This July, Kobalia stated that Georgian economy is facing high prospects. Claiming stubbornly the necessity for developing tourism, this brave girl does not know how to begin the construction of her travel paradise. She mentioned at the end of August that she was conducting negotiations about the united air space between Sakartvelo and European Union. Ms. Kobalia is trying to get into the lap of the Old Europe by hook or by crook.
Now the minister has announced the introduction of new companies into the Georgian market despite the fact that Irish air carrier Ryanair never responded the blue-eyed girl's invitation to carry out regular flights from Reykjavik to Tbilisi and the fact that Austrian Airlines company left the Georgian territory, having attributed this step to unprofitability. Who is going to be seduced by Veronika Kobalia's smooth words and charming figure packed in a business suit and carry out such volume of traffic for such ridiculous money?
Today, a ticket from a European city to the Georgian capital costs about 500-600 dollars, while Kobalia believes it possible to function in a lower price range of 50-100 dollars. She also promises that the first company will appear in the Georgian market this year, which is going to end in three months. By that time Sakartvelo will be transformed into a regional transit center.
To make her own dreams real, Veronika Kobalia is starting off for Brussels today to meet with the European Commissioner. "We are cooperating with European Commission on several aspects and are going to discuss the matters concerning the facilitation of the process of the companies' entrance to Georgia. We are constantly dealing with air companies to make them interested in the Georgian market", - Minister of Economy underlined.