Which countries deported the most Georgians in the first half of 2017?

In June 517,038 international travellers visited Georgia, 4.1% more y/y. Photo by N. Alavidze/Agenda.ge.
Agenda.ge, 08 Aug 2017 - 16:01, Tbilisi,Georgia

A total of 1,760 Georgian citizens have been deported across the globe in the first six months of 2017.

Georgia’s Interior Ministry revealed the statistics earlier today.

The statistics showed that the largest number of Georgians – 874 people – were deported from Turkey. This was followed by Germany, from where 206 Georgian citizens were deported, and Israel where 200 Georgians had to leave the country.

According to the statistics, Russia deported 78 Georgians, France deported 56 and Greece deported 37 Georgian nationals.

The Ministry also revealed the numbers about how many foreigner citizens were refused entry into Georgia in the first half of 2017. The statistics said that a total of 2,922 foreigners were turned down at the Georgian border. Of these 571 were Indians, 492 were Turkish nationals, 230 were Russians, 175 were from Syria and 171 were Uzbek citizens. 

The rest of the people were from different countries across the globe.