Israelis disappeared in Georgian mountains found
Georgia, Tbilisi, June 22 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
Six Israeli tourists, disappeared in the mountains of Svaneti in Georgia, were found.
On Monday they came from Mestia and did not return.
Rescue forces searched tourists.
Torrential rains triggered flooding in some Georgian areas. The northern and western parts of the country were greatly affected. Eleven villages have been flooded in Svaneti. Bridges were destroyed in Mestia. Power lines were damaged. Landslide covered the 20-kilometer highway connecting Khaishi and Chuberi.
Unlucky tourists who tried to attract attention by shouting, were found by the border guards. Israelis strayed from the route in the village Ushguli for 8 kilometers which is considered the most mountainous place in Europe.
Tourists have been already taken to Mestia.