In January-July this year, Azerbaijan and Turkey were the leading suppliers of oxygen to Georgia, Report informs, citing the country's BusinessPressNews.
During the reporting period, the neighboring country's oxygen import from Azerbaijan amounted to $50,610 and from Turkey - to $233,840, from Russia and Italy - to $22,950 and $200, respectively.
In the first seven months, Georgia received a total of $307.60 million (18 times more than 2020) worth of oxygen.
Due to the problematic epidemiological situation in Georgia, the demand for oxygen in hospitals has increased sharply. The neighboring country replenishes its oxygen reserves at the expense of other countries.