62 Georgians Deported from Germany

62 Georgians have been deported from Germany.

The information was released by the German media and reads that 26 people were refused asylum in Germany’s Saxony region, while others requested asylum in other regions of the country.

“Twenty-six Georgians unsuccessfully applied for asylum in Saxony, while the others were asking for asylum in Baden-Württemberg, Saxony-Anhalt, Rhineland-Palatinate, Bavaria, Thuringia, Lower Saxony, Hesse and Schleswig-Holstein,” German media sources reported.

The German media reports that Georgian citizens were deported from Saxony by three charter flights last year.

By Thea Morrison                       

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18 January 2019 17:19