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Georgian Foreign Ministry issued a statement for illegal migrants2009-08-18 10:38
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia issued a special statement for the citizens who are trying to cross the border illegally or staying illegally in other countries - Georgia Times reported in Tbilisi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Despite the efforts of the diplomatic missions and consular offices of Georgia accredited abroad to protect the rights and interests of people falling under the aforesaid category, a majority of Georgian citizens, in case of gross violation of immigration laws, face deportation or, in worse cases, end up in penitentiary institutions.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia once again warns the citizens of Georgia intending to enter to, or live illegally on the territory of a foreign country, to refrain from such intentions and reject the proposals allowing them to cross the border, get jobs, obtain a refugee status and enjoy other privileges," the document says.
The statement concludes with warning that people who accepted such proposals, very often become victims of trafficking, suffer severe health problems or even end tragically.