“I do not rule out that the continuation of anti-Russian hysteria in Georgia may force us to take additional retaliatory measures that go beyond the tourist embargo,” Klintsevich wrote on Facebook.

Earlier, the Tbilisi Cinema Association said that since the beginning of the protests in the Georgian capital, they have stopped showing films and animations with Russian translation.

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree that prohibits Russian airlines from July 8 to carry out air transportation of citizens to Georgia.