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Wednesday, June 20
WizzAir says $ 1 ticket offer is fake

WizzAir, one of Europe’s fastest growing airlines and the leading low-cost carrier in Central and Eastern Europe, released an official statement regarding the misleading information about 1 $ ticket deals.

The statement was released on social media on June 19.

“WizzAir is informed about the website and Facebook page, functioning under similar branding to WizzAir with a wrong domain. These pages can possibly mislead the users,” the company says.

Fake web pages and social media report false information saying in case of sharing a message, one has a chance to get two tickets of WizzAir for $ 1.

WizzAir informed the users that the airline's official website is and all information about promotions or competitions will be posted there.

The company claims they are going to take measures against disinformation.

WizzAir launched flights from Kutaisi International Airport after it opened its first Caucasian base in September 2016.

IDPs to receive any service at Justice Houses

From the beginning of July, Internally Displaced People (IDPs) will be able to receive any service at the Justice Houses.

The Minister of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories, Accommodation and Refugees of Georgia made a statement on this issue during the meeting with several committees at the Parliament of Georgia.

Acting Refugee Minister Sozar Subari spoke about about the electronic program created for IDPs.

“The electronic program has been created. 30, 442 applications are presented in the electronic module, so each IDP can see the data about themselves without visiting the Ministry headquarters and without calling the hotline. Any IDP will be able to fill the application at the Houses of Justice and receive any service available at the Ministry or in regional offices,” said Subari.
(By Mariam Chanishvili)