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Outside of the areas close to the disputed territories  of [[Abkhazia]] and [[South Ossetia]], where the risk of violent crime and kidnapping is significantly higher, [[Georgia]] has one of the lowest crime rates in Europe. Georgians are a very hospitable people. That having been said, visitors are advised not to talk about [[Russia]] or the disputed territories. Hate against Russians is extremely high amongst Georgians, to the extent that such discussions may incite violence.
 
Outside of the areas close to the disputed territories  of [[Abkhazia]] and [[South Ossetia]], where the risk of violent crime and kidnapping is significantly higher, [[Georgia]] has one of the lowest crime rates in Europe. Georgians are a very hospitable people. That having been said, visitors are advised not to talk about [[Russia]] or the disputed territories. Hate against Russians is extremely high amongst Georgians, to the extent that such discussions may incite violence.
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Chechen, Georgian, Armenian and Azerbaijani ''mafia'' groups are considered to be notorious in the former Soviet Union but are mostly centered in the Caucasian expat communities and are far from noticeable in their home countries.  
 
Chechen, Georgian, Armenian and Azerbaijani ''mafia'' groups are considered to be notorious in the former Soviet Union but are mostly centered in the Caucasian expat communities and are far from noticeable in their home countries.  
 
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