Sunday, October 28, 2018

Georgian Criminals flood Europe as 'asylum seekers'

In 2016, the EU and Georgia entered into a visa waiver agreement, and Georgians may now reside for up to 90 days at a time within the Schengen area without a visa. Since then, several countries have experienced a sharp increase in the number of asylum seekers from the former Soviet republic.
Danish police found a four-fold rise in Georgian asylum seekers was followed by a five-fold increase in crimes committed by Georgians. Police in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia warned this winter of a steadily increasing number of Georgian asylum seekers, who simply used the waiting period in the asylum system to commit crime in Germany.
A shadow economy, nepotism, and extreme corruption have always existed in Georgia. It is not a coincidence that Georgians constitute the majority of all thieves-in-law in the world.