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Three citizens out of 7 thousand were denied entry in first week of Georgia’s visa-free regime with EU
21:06, 12 April 2017
Three citizens out of 7 thousand were denied entry in first week of Georgia’s visa-free regime with EU

Georgian citizens could not provide necessary documents at the border

21:06, 12 April 2017

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Three out of 7 thousand Georgian citizens were denied entry into the European Union during the first week of visa-free regime, according to AllNews.

Georgian Internal Ministry informed that from March 28 to April 7 three Georgian citizens were dismissed: first one did not have biometric passport, another did not make hotel reservation, and third passenger could not confirm the purpose of the visit.

As it was reported earlier, European Union approved the decision on the abolition of visa requirements for the citizens of Georgia.

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