6.2 Persons granted international protection status by status granted on NUTS level 0

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Country Status granted 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Austria Total i i i i i i i 2 230 1 780 1 435 1 785
Refugee i i i i i i i 1 740 1 405 1 065 1 325
Subsidiary protection i i i i i i i 490 375 375 460
Bulgaria Total 1 557 721 430 17 86 95 335 294 267 138 192
Refugee 385 75 19 17 8 12 13 27 39 20 10
Subsidiary protection 1 172 646 411 0 78 83 322 267 228 118 182
Hungarya Total 465 1 580 950 325 190 200 250 290 400 285 205
Refugee 175 100 180 150 95 100 170 160 180 85 50
Subsidiary protection i i i i i i i 90 65 130 140
Italy Total 8 571 10 060 12 841 16 560 21 561 27 761 38 954 47 783 55 758 57 251 59 236
Refugee 8 571 10 060 12 841 15 674 20 675 26 875 38 068 47 061 54 965 56 397 58 060
Subsidiary protection X X X 886 886 886 886 722 793 854 1 176
Romania Total 85 110 80 65 40 45 125 95 60 70 80
Refugee 85 35 40 65 40 45 125 85 50 40 70
Subsidiary protection 0 75 40 0 0 0 0 10 10 30 10
Serbia Total iii iii iii iii iii iii iii iii 97 766 86 236 74 944
Refugee iii iii iii iii iii iii iii iii 97 762 86 235 74 944
Subsidiary protection iii iii iii iii iii iii iii iii 4 1 0
Slovakia Total 18 20 11 15 25 8 96 88 112 72 103
Refugee 18 20 11 15 25 8 14 22 14 15 12
Subsidiary protection i i i i i i 82 66 98 57 91
Slovenia Total 25 3 37 39 26 9 9 4 20 23 24
Refugee 1 1 17 19 14 1 2 2 16 21 16
Subsidiary protection 24 2 20 20 12 8 7 2 4 2 8
aTotal value also includes persons granted humanitarian status. 

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