Tbilisi (GBC) - Georgian Railway on Monday announced it was resuming its services between the capital city of Tbilisi and the western cities of Batumi, Poti and Zugdidi, after a landslide near the Marelisi station in the Imereti region caused a suspension in operations on Sunday.

The company said tracks had been “completely cleared from the landslide [mass]” near the station, and “contact network” had been restored.

Services are expected to resume at 5pm local time on Monday.

Passengers who bought tickets for the suspended services will have their full fares returned.