Ireland is troubled by Albanians, Georgians, and South Africans because of the high number of asylum-seekers

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 The number of asylum seekers in Ireland has increased by more than a third in the first six months of this year compared to 2018. The Irish Department of Justice is concerned as most of these requests have come from foreign countries. which are classified by the United Nations as "safe".

About 41 percent of asylum applications in the first half of this year came from Albanians, Georgians, and South Africans. But according to the media, these countries are officially seen as "safe".

This means that Ireland views these countries as secure and with stable democracies. The Irish Times writes that the "asylum seekers from these countries have little chance of staying in Ireland".

"The growing number of applicants from countries considered safe in the UN is worrying," said a justice department spokesman.

Ireland had the highest number of asylum applications in 2002 with 11,634 applications. Then the claims dropped to 943 in 2013. Among other things, the Irish media points out that the increase in asylum applications comes at a time when the system is unable to provide safe accommodation to all.
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