EU deports 411 Georgians in four months

EU deports 411 Georgians in four months

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, 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