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20 Foreigners Barred from Entering Georgia

21.07.2008
From July 14th to July 21 the Georgian border guards recorded 45 instances of violation of border regulations. A total of 12 people were detained for illegal crossing of the state border. 6 illegal crossers were Georgia citizens, 3 of Armenia, one of Ukraine, one of Russia and one of Turkey. One Georgian citizen after being searched by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia was detained; 32 people were fined for violating visa regime ( 20 citizens of Russia, 2 citizens of Israel, 1 - Lithuania,  1 - Turkey, one - the USA,  3 - India, one - Shri-Lanka and one person who did not have a citizenship document at all). 

20 people were banned from entering Georgia (Pakistan-2 citizens, China-5, Russia-3, Iraq-2, Turkey-1, Syria-2, Shri-Lanka-1, Germany-1, Belgium, Kyrgyzstan- 1 and Azerbaijan-1).

31 citizens of Georgia were deported from several countries (10 from the Russian Federation, 8 from Germany, 3 from Ukraine, 1 from the Czech Republic, 3 from Great Britain and 6 from Greece).

A total of 9, 540 GEL was paid for violations of the visa regime in favor of the state budget.

Source:medianews

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