The Danish Ministry for Immigration, Integration and Housing says that the number of Georgian asylum seekers has decreased in the country due to the efforts of the Georgian Dream government.
The Georgian Foreign Ministry says that they have received a letter from Danish Minister for Immigration, Integration and Housing Inger Stojberg, which reads that the Georgian government has taken active steps to meet the challenges created after the signing of the EU-Georgia visa free deal in 2017.
Denmark gives high assessments to the measures, referring to the information campaign and the legislative changes, which aim to decrease the number of Georgian asylum seekers to the EU-member states,” the Georgian Foreign Ministry cites the letter as saying.
The letter also praises the efforts of the Georgian government in readmission.
It also says that Denmark has listed Georgia as a safe country, which means that no one in Georgia is politically prosecuted and the country citizens have a very low chance of receiving asylum in Denmark.