Saakashvili urged to switch over to Kobuleti
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili urged to cut prices in Kobuleti for the development of tourism in the city, the Day.Az reported. He stated this during the inspection of Kobuleti family hotel.
Georgian leader spoke with the hotel owner Amiran Verulidze and found out that this year the city had few tourists. "In Kobuleti here we have excessively high prices and they do not comply the conditions", the President decided.
He also suggested that the decline in tourist traffic in Kobuleti is due to development of Batumi, and offered to develop Kobuleti. "Until now, Batumi was our first plan, and now we must switch over to the development of Kobuleti", the president said.
Now in Kobuleti water and sanitation systems are already rehabilitated, and now the roads are being laid and later the development of Boulevard and external facades will start. After that, according to Saakashvili, a good advertising campaign will be held.