Georgia’s diplomatic representations and consular offices abroad turn to remote services in efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19

Given the increasing coronavirus (COVID-19) transmission dynamics across the world, the Georgian embassies and consular offices abroad will work on special schedules restricting  walk-in services until 4 April.
The restrictions do not apply to online service. For information regarding online services please check the website at:
In cases of emergency, citizens of Georgia will contact the respective embassy or the consulate via phone or e-mail (to be indicated)
The rules below will apply if citizens of Georgia are faced with the immediate necessity of visiting the consular office in person:
A visiting citizen (except for minors) must appear at the consulate alone, without accompanying persons.
 A visiting citizen must appear at the consulate exactly at the scheduled time (neither early nor late).
A citizen having flu symptoms or having been in contact with coronavirus-infected person must not appear at the consulate. 
A visiting citizen must wear protective mask and other attributes.
A visiting citizen must use disinfectant at the entrance of the consular office.
A visiting citizen must avoid direct contact with the consular personnel.
A visiting citizen must avoid touching objects other than disinfectants and other service-related items.
b) Citizens of foreign countries will receive their services online.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reserves the right to prolong restrictions in the event that the situation deteriorates.