Georgian citizens constituted largest group of asylum applicants in the Baltic States in 2012
RIGA - Georgian citizens made up the largest group of asylum applicants in the Baltic States in 2012, according to the EU’s statistical office “Eurostat”. 25 persons were granted asylum in Latvia in 2012, the second lowest figure in the EU.
Georgian citizens constituted the largest group of asylum applicants in Latvia in 2012 - 105 applications, followed by the citizens of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Syria. Estonia granted asylum to ten persons last year, the ...
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