40 % of registered real estate by foreigners in Georgia accounts for Russian citizens over the last 4 years, - reads the Georgian Migration Profile 2019 published by State Commission on Migration Issues of Georgia.
Namely, in 2015-2018 Russian citizens registered 15 133 real estates in Georgia. The 2nd place is occupied by Iran and the third - Ukraine.
The report notes, that the number of Georgian citizens who have left Russia is increasing in the recent years. It also should be noted, that the number of Georgian citizens arriving from Georgia to Russia is declined as well.
Despite this tendency, most remittances still come from Russia. "However, in recent years, the amount of transfers is grown from Israel and the EU member states," the report said.
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