Israeli businessman to build agro-tourism center in Kakheti
Wednesday, March 26Israeli businessmen will be engaged in agro-tourism development in Georgia. Abram Tetruashvili stated to Commersant radio that he intends to invest $1 million in agro-tourism development projects that will be implemented in the region of Kakheti.
He says that the purchase of farms, hotels, and the production of agricultural products at the site are planned in the region.
Tetruashvili adds they plan to purchase the land where wheat and other crops will be grown. The necessary equipment will be brought from Israel in order to increase production while produced products will be exported. In his words, the agro-tourism center will be designed mostly for Russian and Israeli tourists. The businessman plans to start implementing the project in the spring. (Hvino TOUR News)