Cyprus

Huts in a refugee camp in Cyprus | Photo: DW/M. Karakoulaki
Besides those who try to reach the island via boats, many migrants cross over from the northern Turkish part  into the Southern, Greek-administered part of Cyprus| Photo: Picture alliance/ASSOCIATED PRESS/Petros Karadjias
British police officers control a drone with cameras near the British Dhekelia military base on Cyprus on July 6, 2021 | Photo: Petros Karadjias/ AP
A Syrian refugee in a camp in Akkar, Lebanon | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/WAEL HAMZEH
Cyprus is the most eastern EU country and located much closer to Syria, Lebanon and Turkey than the rest of the EU | Credit: France24
Razor wire is seen along the southern side of a UN buffer zone that cuts across the ethnically-divided Cyprus, during sunset near village of Astromeritis, Tuesday, March 9, 2021 | Photo: Picture alliance/ASSOCIATED PRESS/Petros Karadjias
Migrant domestic workers of various nationalities chanting slogans during a demonstration in Beirut, Lebanon | Photo: ANSA ARCHIVE/EPA/WAEL HAMZEH
The Greek island of Lesbos is where many migrants arrive from Turkey by crossing the Aegean Sea | Photo: A. Messinis/AFP
Ministers of the southern EU states meet in Athens on March 20, 2021 | Photo: Eurokinissi/ANE/picture-alliance
From file: Asylum seekers at the Pournara refugee camp which is regularly criticized for its appalling living conditions | Source: Twitter, Refugee Support Europe @RefugeeSupportE in a tweet dated September 18, 2020
Razor wire is seen along the southern side of a U.N buffer zone that cuts across the ethnically divided Cyprus, during sunset near village of Astromeritis, Tuesday, March 9, 2021 | Photo: Picture alliance/ASSOCIATED PRESS/Petros Karadjias
The so-called "Green Line" in Cyprus is under UN-control - but certain parts are not patrolled as thoroughly as others | Photo: DW