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EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL HOME AFFAIRS Directorate C: Schengen Unit C2: Visa Policy 1 OVERVIEW OF

EUROPEAN COMMISSION

DIRECTORATE-GENERAL HOME AFFAIRS

Directorate C: Schengen Unit C2: Visa Policy

1

OVERVIEW OF SCHENGEN VISA STATISTICS

2009-2012

Table of Contents

2

Sources of the data and definitions

Page 3

Main figures

Page 4

First part – Trends 2009 to 2012

Starting on page 5

Top-10 countries where most C visas were applied for

Pages 6-7

Visa statistics disaggregated by world region

Pages 8-9

Evolution of the number of short stay Schengen visas ('C visas') applied for, by Schengen State

Pages 10-11

Share of Multiple entry visas and visa refusal rate, by Schengen State

Pages 12-15

Second part – Situation in 2012

Starting on page 16

Top-20 of countries where most C visas were applied for

Pages 17-19

MEVs issued in top-20 countries, compared with total C visas issued

Page 20

Refusal rate for C visas in top-20 countries

Page 21

Top-20 of Schengen States' consulates receiving most applications for C visas

Pages 22-23

Number of A and C Schengen visas applied for, issued and refused, by Schengen state

Pages 24-26

Share of Multiple entry visas (MEVs) issued, by Schengen state

Page 27

Refusal rate for C visas, by Schengen State

Page 28

Top-20 of Schengen States' consulates issuing LTVs

Page 29

Number of Limited territorial validity (LTV) visas issued, by Schengen State

Page 30

Data on Airport Transit Visas

Pages 31-34

Data on C visas applied for and issued at Border Crossing Points

Pages 35-37

Data on visas issued in regions where the VIS will have been rolled out by end 2013

Pages 38-41

Sources of the data

3

Data for 2009 were compiled by the Council's General Secretariat. Data for 2010, 2011 and 2012 were compiled by the Commission (DG HOME) in accordance with Article 46 of the Visa Code (Regulation 810/2009). Full and detailed data for these three years are available at DG HOME's website: http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/home-affairs/what-we-do/policies/borders-and-visas/visa- policy/index_en.htm

Schengen States: Austria (AT), Belgium (BE), Switzerland (CH), Czech Republic (CZ), Germany (DE), Denmark (DK), Estonia (EE), Greece (EL), Spain (ES), Finland (FI), France (FR), Hungary (HU), Iceland (IS), Italy (IT), Lithuania (LT), Luxembourg (LU), Latvia (LV), Malta (MT), the Netherlands (NL), Norway (NO), Poland (PL), Portugal (PT), Sweden (SE), Slovenia (SI), Slovakia (SK). Liechtenstein (LI) is also a Schengen State but it does not deliver visas.

Explanation of references to types of visa used in the statistics 1

Visa data are collected on the basis of the place where the application is made, and not on the basis of the citizenship of the visa applicant. Thus, for instance, data on applications made in Russia do not necessarily concern only Russian nationals. A non-Russian legally residing in Moscow who needs a Schengen visa will apply for a Schengen visa in Moscow, not in his/her country of origin, and his/her application will be counted under the 'Russia' data.

Airport transit visas (A)

This visa entitles the holder to transit through the international transit area of airports situated on the territory of a Member State without actually entering the territory of that Member State, during a stop-over or transfer between two stages of an international flight.

"A" visas can be issued for a single airport transit or for multiple airport transits (Multiple A).

Short stay visas (C and LTV)

a) Uniform short stay visas ('C visas') entitle the holder to stay in the territories of all Member States for a period of maximum 90 days/180 days. Such visas may be issued for the purpose of a single entry or multiple entries ("MEVs").

b) A short stay visa with limited territorial validity ("LTV") entitles the holder in principle to stay only in the Member State(s) for which the visa is valid. Exceptionally, an LTV may be valid for the territory of several Member States. A LTV visa may be issued in cases where the traveller does not fulfil all the entry conditions, when at least one Member State does not recognise the travel document on which the visa will be affixed or when, for reasons of urgency, a visa is issued without carrying out, when applicable, the prior consultation.

1

For

further

information,

see

Visa

Code,

Regulation

No

810/2009

of

the

European

lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2009:243:0001:0058:EN:PDF

Parliament

and

of

the

Council

of

13

July

2009,

OJ

L

243:

http://eur-

4

Main figures

The number of applications for uniform short stay C Schengen visas ('C visas') increases from year to year. In 2009, 10,216,091 C visas were applied for. In 2010, the number was 11,812,352, an increase of 15.6% from the previous year. In 2011, 13,483,497 C visa applications were recorded, an increase of 14.1% from the previous year. And in 2012, 15,116,973 applications were lodged, an increase of 12.1% from the previous year. The increase between 2009 and 2012 was 48%.

In 2012, the 5 countries where most C visa applications were lodged were Russia (6 million, 40% of total), Ukraine (1.3 million, 9%), China (1.25 million, 8%), Belarus (0.7 million, 5%) and Turkey (0.67 million, 4%).

Between 2009 and 2012 visa applications increased by 108% in China, 87% in Russia, 89% in Belarus and 86% in Saudi Arabia. Visa applications lodged in the top- 10 countries represented 66.3% of all applications lodged worldwide in 2009. The percentage increased to 77.5% in 2012.

Of the 10 Schengen States' consulates receiving most C visa applications in 2012, 7 are in Russia, and 1 in Ukraine, China and Belarus each. These 10 consulates received 31% of all Schengen visa applications.

On average, 4.8% of C visa applications were refused in 2012 (down from 5.5% in 2011). There are, however, important differences between Member States (Belgium refuses 16% of applications, while Lithuania and Latvia refuse around 1%) and between third countries (while in Algeria 27% and in Iran 18% of applications are refused, in Russia, Belarus and South Africa the refusal rate is below 1%).

In 2012 41.6% of all short stay visas issued were multiple entry C visas (MEVs) in. The percentage of MEVs was significant in Saudi Arabia (68%), the UAE (53%), and Russia (49%), whereas it was relatively lower in China (13%) and Thailand (16%). These differences are often explained by local circumstances, differences in travel purposes and frequency of trips.

In 2012, the Schengen states registering most C visa applications were France (2.3 million worldwide), Germany (1.85 million), Spain (1.8 million), Italy (1.7 million) and Finland (1.4 million, mainly in Russia). These 5 Member States received 60% of all C visa applications.

More than 80% of the C visas issued by Finland and Slovenia were MEVs. The share of MEVs in the total number of C visas issued by Germany, Spain, the Czech Republic and Iceland was less than 20%.

138,144 C visas were issued at border crossing points in 2012. The BCPs were most visas were issued were the seaports of Rotterdam, Barcelona and Antwerp.

By the end of 2013, about 25% of all visa applications worldwide will be made in countries where the VIS has been rolled-out.

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FIRST PART TRENDS - 2009 TO 2012

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Evolution of the number of C visas applied for in the top-10 countries where most C visas were applied for, 2009 to 2012

 

2009

2010

2011

2012

Increase 2009-2010

Increase 2010-2011

Increase 2011-2012

Increase 2009-2012

Russia

3,241,940

4,222,551

5,265,866

6,069,001

 

30.2

24.7

 

15.3

87.2

Ukraine

854,209

972,580

1,142,732

1,313,727

 

13.9

17.5

 

15.0

53.8

China

597,430

824,860

1,079,516

1,242,507

 

38.1

30.9

 

15.1

108.0

Belarus

369,842

433,102

583,871

698,404

 

17.1

34.8

 

19.6

88.8

Turkey

484,209

559,946

624,361

668,835

 

15.6

11.5

 

7.1

38.1

India

364,408

444,562

499,954

506,162

 

22.0

12.5

 

1.2

38.9

Algeria

267,460

263,794

311,167

387,942

-

1.4

18.0

 

24.7

45.0

Morocco

269,875

330,218

359,657

373,823

 

22.4

8.9

 

3.9

38.5

Saudi Arabia

137,548

170,029

196,327

255,083

 

23.6

15.5

 

29.9

85.5

United Kingdom

191,178

198,046

212,564

210,610

 

3.6

7.3

-

0.9

10.2

All above

6,778,099

8,419,688

10,276,015

11,726,094

 

24.2

22.0

 

14.1

73.0

Visa applications in the 10 countries listed above represented 66.3% of all applications lodged worldwide in 2009. The percentage increased to 71.3% in 2010, 76.2% in 2011 and 77.5% in 2012.

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7

8

Visa statistics disaggregated by world region, 2011-2012

9

   

C visas

 

Share of MEV on total number of C visas issued

   

Not issued rate for A and C visas

 

World region

Year

issued

Multiple

(including

entry C

C visas

MEV)

visas

applied

C visas not issued

issued

for

Central America&Caribbean

2011

62005

12801

20.6%

76465

11150

14.4%

Central America&Caribbean

2012

55526

12206

22.0%

69226

11661

16.5%

Difference in % between 2011-2012

 

-10.4

-4.6

 

-9.5

4.6

 
 

Central Asia

2011

146949

24150

16.4%

153417

6359

4.1%

 

Central Asia

2012

169370

28215

16.7%

175571

5900

3.4%

Difference in % between 2011-2012

 

15.3

16.8

 

14.4

-7.2

 
 

ENP East

2011

1869690

693418

37.1%

1934364

61492

3.2%

 

ENP East

2012

2170160

868350

40.0%

2223534

47479

2.1%

Difference in % between 2011-2012

 

16.1

25.2

 

14.9

-22.8

 
 

ENP Med

2011

891094

309783

34.8%

1083035

173296

16.0%

 

ENP Med

2012

1015824

384229

37.8%

1229773

195707

15.9%

Difference in % between 2011-2012

 

14.0

24.0

 

13.5

12.9

 

EU&Schengen associated

2011

237922

82801

34.8%

254893

14897

5.9%

EU&Schengen associated

2012

228605

78533

34.4%

245083

13044

5.4%

Difference in % between 2011-2012

 

-3.9

-5.2

 

-3.8

-12.4

 
 

Gulf region

2011

678300

302814

44.6%

732555

49018

6.7%

 

Gulf region

2012

784802

429304

54.7%

841969

50053

5.9%

Difference in % between 2011-2012

 

15.7

41.8

 

14.9

2.1

 
 

North America

2011

115658

41939

36.3%

120419

4157

3.4%

 

North America

2012

115399

43438

37.6%

118619

2074

1.7%

Difference in % between 2011-2012

 

-0.2

3.6

 

-1.5

-50.1

 
 

Oceania

2011

10301

3108

30.2%

10637

307

2.9%

 

Oceania

2012

10720

4107

38.3%

11072

287

2.6%

Difference in % between 2011-2012

 

4.1

32.1

 

4.1

-6.5

 
 

Russia

2011

5152518

2439656

47.3%

5265866

77509

1.5%

 

Russia

2012

5939644

2906259

48.9%

6069001

54860

0.9%

Difference in % between 2011-2012

 

15.3

19.1

 

15.3

-29.2

 
 

South America

2011

200926

60423

30.1%

232065

26668

11.4%

 

South America

2012

207947

59115

28.4%

233349

21787

9.3%

Difference in % between 2011-2012

 

3.5

-2.2

 

0.6

-18.3

 
 

South and East Asia

2011

2057099

481764

23.4%

2211286

141335

6.4%

 

South and East Asia

2012

2278749

556707

24.4%

2433166

139922

5.8%

Difference in % between 2011-2012

 

10.8

15.6

 

10.0

-1.0

 
 

Subsaharan Africa

2011

600205

202065

33.7%

742161

132029

17.8%

 

Subsaharan Africa

2012

606197

216714

35.7%

751553

134386

17.9%

Difference in % between 2011-2012

 

1.0

7.2

 

1.3

1.8

 

Western Balkans and Turkey

2011

622529

233947

37.6%

675615

49976

7.4%

Western Balkans and Turkey

2012

667652

334522

50.1%

715057

43472

6.1%

Difference in % between 2011-2012

 

7.2

43.0

 

5.8

-13.0

 

Gulf region: GCC countries, Iran and Iraq

             

ENP MED: Maghreb countries, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine

     

ENP East: Moldova, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan

       

Central Asia: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan

       

South and East Asia includes among others India, China, Indonesia, Pakistan

     

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Number of short stay C visas applied for, by Schengen State, 2009 to 2012

 

2009

2010

2011

2012

Change % 09-10

Change % 10-11

Change % 11-12

Change % 09-12

 

AT

300,210

280,328

283,540

304,798

-6.6

1.1

7.5

1.5

AT

BE

194,029

215,978

242,857

233,490

11.3

12.4

-3.9

20.3

BE

CH

383,207

391,720

428,189

464,512

2.2

9.3

8.5

21.2

CH

CZ

456,503

546,410

581,931

603,484

19.7

6.5

3.7

32.2

CZ

DE

1,615,792

1,730,875

1,707,197

1,844,704

7.1

-1.4

8.1

14.2

DE

DK

82,064

85,646

94,310

100,402

4.4

10.1

6.5

22.3

DK

EE

95,837

120,135

144,567

175,360

25.4

20.3

21.3

83.0

EE

EL

616,051

620,270

768,246

1,001,341

0.7

23.9

30.3

62.5

EL

ES

854,496

1,143,753

1,518,641

1,836,868

33.9

32.8

21.0

115.0

ES

FI

795,554

1,020,825

1,259,643

1,392,048

28.3

23.4

10.5

75.0

FI

FR

1,592,527

1,965,777

2,130,471

2,321,534

23.4

8.4

9.0

45.8

FR

HU

273,325

253,321

288,415

322,646

-7.3

13.9

11.9

18.0

HU

IS

493

562

636

1,088

14.0

13.2

71.1

120.7

IS

IT

1,087,521

1,327,086

1,516,237

1,706,536

22.0

14.3

12.6

56.9

IT

LT

208,029

266,048

345,765

416,851

27.9

30.0

20.6

100.4

LT

LU

5,493

7,822

9,051

10,555

42.4

15.7

16.6

92.2

LU

LV

120,379

137,432

163,309

182,496

14.2

18.8

11.7

51.6

LV

MT

31,730

41,754

33,858

53,777

31.6

-18.9

58.8

69.5

MT

NL

333,965

386,759

428,206

440,056

15.8

10.7

2.8

31.8

NL

NO

103,251

130,837

151,071

130,933

26.7

15.5

-13.3

26.8

NO

PL

586,115

695,990

912,988

1,091,395

18.7

31.2

19.5

86.2

PL

PT

117,189

125,832

142,754

148,489

7.4

13.4

4.0

26.7

PT

SE

195,943

206,077

220,567

215,763

5.2

7.0

-2.2

10.1

SE

SI

101,435

52,508

39,735

42,127

-48.2

-24.3

6.0

-58.5

SI

SK

64,953

58,607

71,313

75,720

-9.8

21.7

6.2

16.6

SK

Total Schengen

10,216,091

11,812,352

13,483,497

15,116,973

15.6

14.1

12.1

48.0

Total Schengen

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11

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Share of Multiple entry visas on total number of C visas issued, by Member State, 2010-2012

 

2010

2011

2012

Austria

71.7%

68.6%

65.1%

Belgium

45.5%

45.4%

47.6%

Czech Republic

7.3%

6.8%

7.2%

Denmark

36.1%

33.3%

33.2%

Estonia

56.3%

58.0%

60.5%

Finland

83.9%

86.8%

88.9%

France

20.8%

24.8%

25.7%

Germany *

12.3%

15.0%

18.9%

Greece

12.7%

17.2%

31.9%

Hungary

27.5%

28.8%

32.6%

Iceland

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

Italy

71.7%

68.7%

71.3%

Latvia

23.9%

29.1%

32.0%

Lithuania

34.9%

35.6%

35.8%

Luxembourg

73.0%

61.2%

79.4%

Malta

38.1%

23.9%

36.6%

Netherlands

52.9%

57.1%

59.1%

Norway

23.8%

26.1%

23.8%

Poland

40.8%

56.3%

59.1%

Portugal

34.2%

55.7%

58.5%

Slovakia

23.7%

24.3%

26.8%

Slovenia

89.2%

95.6%

96.8%

Spain

14.6%

11.5%

14.5%

Sweden

n/a

28.4%

32.0%

Switzerland

n/a

45.6%

48.5%

Total Schengen**

35.8%

38.7%

41.6%

* Excluding SE and CH from MEV total rate in 2010

** DE provides only data for MEVs with a validity of more

than one year. The rest of MS provide data on all MEVs,

even those valid for less than 6 months

 

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13

14

Visa refusal rate, by Member State, 2010 to 2012

 

2010

2011

2012

Austria

4.4%

4.6%

3.4%

Belgium

18.6%

17.0%

16.0%

Czech Republic

5.0%

4.2%

3.0%

Denmark

8.2%

4.3%

4.3%

Estonia

3.2%

1.8%

1.9%

Finland

1.3%

1.2%

1.3%

France

9.7%

9.0%

9.3%

Germany

7.4%

7.0%

6.3%

Greece

3.1%

1.5%

1.1%

Hungary

3.7%

3.6%

2.2%

Iceland

2.3%

13.1%

0.9%

Italy

4.3%

4.6%

3.8%

Latvia

2.7%

4.3%

0.8%

Lithuania

1.3%

1.1%

0.9%

Luxembourg

3.3%

2.5%

1.7%

Malta

8.0%

8.1%

8.4%

Netherlands

6.4%

7.4%

6.8%

Norway

9.1%

8.3%

9.3%

Poland

2.8%

1.9%

1.5%

Portugal

7.2%

11.4%

6.6%

Slovakia

3.3%

1.6%

1.2%

Slovenia

3.5%

4.1%

4.2%

Spain

5.9%

7.2%

5.2%

Sweden

7.7%

7.7%

9.1%

Switzerland

3.5%

5.0%

3.7%

Total Schengen

5.8%

5.5%

4.8%

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SECOND PART SITUATION IN 2012

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Top-20 of countries where C visas were applied for/issued in 2012

 

C visas applied for

C visas issued (including MEV)

Multiple entry C visas issued

Share of MEVs on issued C visas

C visas not issued

Not issued rate for C visas

Russia

6,069,001

5,939,644

2,906,259

48.9%

54,860

0.9%

Ukraine

1,313,727

1,283,014

494,749

38.6%

26,646

2.0%

China

1,242,507

1,185,569

150,398

12.7%

52,759

4.2%

Belarus

698,404

693,425

326,482

47.1%

3,535

0.5%

Turkey

668,835

637,276

319,067

50.1%

30,175

4.5%

India

506,162

473,661

232,312

49.0%

30,971

6.1%

Algeria

387,942

280,416

96,131

34.3%

103,587

26.7%

Morocco

373,823

322,094

133,837

41.6%

43,954

11.8%

Saudi Arabia

255,083

247,834

168,655

68.1%

4,594

1.8%

United Kingdom

210,610

197,036

68,359

34.7%

10,712

5.1%

Thailand

208,316

189,535

30,446

16.1%

12,661

6.1%

United Arab Emirates

189,653

177,852

94,646

53.2%

10,327

5.4%

South Africa

182,257

180,174

92,547

51.4%

1,627

0.9%

Iran

168,783

136,336

50,835

37.3%

30,798

18.2%

Indonesia

141,976

139,445

47,306

33.9%

2,277

1.6%

Kazakhstan

140,512

137,358

24,523

17.9%

2,966

2.1%

Egypt

137,542

120,896

40,819

33.8%

14,758

10.7%

Tunisia

125,594

110,085

41,180

37.4%

15,109

12.0%

Colombia

114,466

103,293

27,705

26.8%

10,429

9.1%

USA

101,907

99,498

38,828

39.0%

1,695

1.7%

Rest of the world

1,879,873

1,596,154

536,615

33.6%

256,192

13.6%

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19

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20

21

21

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Top-20 of Schengen States' consulates where most applications for C visas were lodged, 2012

Schengen State

Country where consulate is located

Location of consulate

C visas applied for

visas issued (including

MEV)

Multiple entry C visas

issued

Share of MEVs on issued

C visas

visas not issued

Not issued rate for C visas

C

C

FINLAND

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

ST. PETERSBURG

1030968

1022443

1000578

97.9%

8525

0.8%

SPAIN

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

MOSCOW

949717

873812

107970

12.4%

7122

0.7%

ITALY

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

MOSCOW

606825

602913

553460

91.8%

3912

0.6%

GREECE

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

MOSCOW

581958

580907

158087

27.2%

1166

0.2%

FRANCE

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

MOSCOW

359747

355389

122878

34.6%

4358

1.2%

CZECH REPUBLIC

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

MOSCOW

326632

323682

8764

2.7%

2950

0.9%

GERMANY

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

MOSCOW

259030

252175

40748

16.2%

6855

2.6%

POLAND

UKRAINE

LVOV

224615

219825

173739

79.0%

4790

2.1%

LITHUANIA

BELARUS

MINSK

161249

160892

47731

29.7%

263

0.2%

ITALY

CHINA

BEIJING

157627

151198

35704

23.6%

6429

4.1%

FRANCE

ALGERIA

ALGIERS

156550

128221

58403

45.5%

28329

18.1%

FINLAND

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

MOSCOW

145361

143673

60367

42.0%

1688

1.2%

POLAND

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

KALININGRAD

134309

133248

84733

63.6%

1061

0.8%

AUSTRIA

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

MOSCOW

124044

121779

120909

99.3%

2265

1.8%

POLAND

BELARUS

MINSK

112042

111694

72291

64.7%

348

0.3%

POLAND

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

MOSCOW

109450

108943

40274

37.0%

507

0.5%

GERMANY

UKRAINE

KIEV

106294

100390

31347

31.2%

5904

5.6%

FRANCE

CHINA

SHANGHAI

105952

101825

4996

4.9%

4127

3.9%

GERMANY

CHINA

BEIJING

101205

 

97275

4000

4.1%

3930

3.9%

GREECE

UKRAINE

KIEV

100548

 

99973

19156

19.2%

575

0.6%

23

23

24

Number of Schengen visas applied for, issued and refused, by Schengen State, 2012

Schengen State

A visas issued

Multiple A visas issued

Visas applied for

visas not issued

visas issued (including

 

Multiple entry C visas

 

Share of MEVs on issued

 

visas applied for

visas not issued

Total A and C visas issued

(including multiple-entry A

visas and multiple-entry C visas)

Total A and C visas applied for.

Total A and C visas not issued

Not issued rate for A and C visas

Total LTV visas issued

Total A, C and LTV visas issued

Rate LTV visas issued / C visas issued

Schengen State

A

A

MEV)

issued

C visas

 

C

C

C

       

AT

7

-

7

-

294,761

191,912

65.1%

304,798

10,337

 

294,768

304,805

10,337

3.4%

799

295,567

0.3%

AT

BE

142

23

239

33

190,579

90,802

47.6%

233,490

37,329

 

190,721

233,523

37,362

16.0%

1,352

192,073

0.7%

BE

CZ

1

1

2

1

585,634

42,127

7.2%

603,484

17,850

 

585,635

603,486

17,851

3.0%

1,579

587,214

0.3%

CZ

DK

5

4

6

-

90,582

30,070

33.2%

100,402

4,291

 

90,587

100,408

4,291

4.3%

317

90,904

0.3%

DK

EE

8

1

8

-

171,981

104,023

60.5%

175,360

3,379

 

171,989

175,368

3,379

1.9%

1,494

173,483

0.9%

EE

FI

3

-

3

-

1,373,845

1,221,175

88.9%

1,392,048

18,203

 

1,373,848

1,392,051

18,203

1.3%

2,577

1,376,425

0.2%

FI

FR

2,548

-

2,836

288

2,104,760

541,331

25.7%

2,321,534

216,774

 

2,107,308

2,324,370

217,062

9.3%

136,166

2,243,474

6.5%

FR

DE

6,403

-

6,843

440

1,729,119

326,069

18.9%

1,844,704

115,585

 

1,735,522

1,851,547

116,025

6.3%

46,827

1,782,349

2.7%

DE

EL

45

38

44

-

989,853

315,593

31.9%

1,001,341

11,491

 

989,898

1,001,385

11,491

1.1%

4,354

994,252

0.4%

EL

HU

1

1

1

-

315,489

102,693

32.6%

322,646

7,157

 

315,490

322,647

7,157

2.2%

274

315,764

0.1%

HU

IS

-

-

-

-

 

1,078

-

0.0%

1,088

10

 

1,078

1,088

10

0.9%

-

1,078

0.0%

IS

IT

877

763

891

14

1,641,931

1,171,259

71.3%

1,706,536

64,605

 

1,642,808

1,707,427

64,619

3.8%

39,344

1,682,152

2.4%

IT

LV

-

-

-

-

174,921

56,060

32.0%

182,496

1,515

 

174,921

182,496

1,515

0.8%

6,060

180,981

3.5%

LV

LT

-

-

-

-