RIGA - Of 23 asylum-seekers who have been relocated to Latvia as part of the European Union's refugee relocation programme, 21 individuals have moved to Germany, Latvian Television has learned.
For example, a Syrian mother of three, who at the end of July said she planned to remain in Latvia and had already learned some Latvian, informed the TV station that she had left Latvia as the mentor offered by the state was unable to help her family work out various practical day-to-day problems. Eventually she requested rent money from her brother who lives in Germany, but at...
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