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Routes To Europe

Routes To Europe
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The Baltic Route
  • Used mainly by people from Central Asia; it winds across the states of the former Soviet Union, reaching the Scandinavian countries through a final sea lap from Estonia, Latvia or Lithuania. The route has become popular since the disintegration of the USSR.

  • Entry points: Finland and Sweden are the main points of entry into western Europe

The Eastern Route
  • Controlled by Russian organised crime, who transport Asians—mainly Indians, Armenians and Chinese. It starts from Moscow from where these Asians take a train to Belarus. And then are transported by car to the Polish border with Lithuania or Ukraine, and then finally into Europe.

  • Entry points: Indians with the help of organised gangs enter Poland through the 105-km-long Lithuanian border
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