Barcelona conducts mass arrests of Georgian citizens

Barcelona conducts mass arrests of Georgian citizens

According to some reports, there were criminal 'authorities.'

In Barcelona, ​​the police raided one of the abandoned buildings, evicting 119 people, including 79 Georgian citizens. That is reported by the public TV of Georgia - Channel One.

According to preliminary data, 29 people violated the immigration legislation of the European Union, the issue of their deportation is being resolved. Moreover, there were several criminal 'authorities' involved in the robbery of about 70 houses and apartments. However, other details are not reported.

In April, the police of Barcelona has already conducted raids, detaining 53 people who were suspected of illegal staying in Spain and having ties with criminals.

In recent years, Georgia has tightened its fight against thieves in law and works more closely with European law enforcement officers in this matter.

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