The European Union member states deported 411 Georgian citizens between August and November of 2018, the Georgian Interior Ministry reported.
A total of 152 people were deported from Germany, 74 people - from Austria and 70 people - from France.
In the same period of 2018, 603 Georgian citizens have been refused entry into the EU Schengen Zone. A total of 158 people were refused entry to Italy, 69 people- to Germany and 69 people - to Cyprus, Agenda.ge reported.
More than 335,000 Georgian citizens have carried out up to 550,000 visits to the Schengen Zone since March 2017, when the Georgia-EU visa free deal entered into force