"I am an economist by profession, I am currently working as a head of shift in Poti warehouse. In 2015, our whole family went to Germany: my wife, my two children and me. The main reason was my wife’s illness. We stayed there for 3 years, registered as refugees. We lived in a camp for the first 21 days, then we were provided with a temporary accommodation. First 6 months were most difficult, before we got used to everything. Then we started the language courses; our son started school and our daughter went to kindergarten.

When we first went to a clinic in Dresden, there were some risk factors for my wife, but based on the new test results, my wife could continue her life as usual. We were told, that she needed to do tests from time to time. Thank God she didn’t need anything. We decided to return, at least we would be home."