While Janson noted that, most likely, among the refugees there are those who are able to find employment without the assistance of the state Agency of employment, so the actual figure is more optimistic.

Most often, the migrants settled on a relatively simple work: work in warehouses or in catering establishments. However, there are those who went to work as a doctor or social worker, told the daily mail.

How many of the refugees remained in the country — no one knows for sure. Reasons for leaving may be different — the search of a better life or simply could not find a job and housing. Some still come back and face new challenges

"In simple terms, refugees can be counted on the fingers of one hand. Mainly because it turns out that acquiring refugee status, they are leaving Latvia. And here comes the problem — some families can't go back. It turns out the situation that they have no benefits, because if they are not registered in state Agency of employment, they lose it. And if so families with babies, we place them in "Mucenieki" because they have nowhere to live. Though according to the regulation, after receiving refugee status they have no rights to be there," — says interior Minister Rihards Kozlovskis.

Located in the South of Europe, the refugees refuse to go to Latvia, and their movement in Latvia is hampered by problems in cooperation with local authorities, according to the report of the Ministry of interior to the government.

The program move the EU before 15 September 2017 in Latvia was displaced 346 people (178 adults and 168 children). Latvia has undertaken to make 531 displaced person, that is left to accept another 185.

In 2016-2017 in Latvia were mostly displaced refugees from Syria and Eritrea.