North Macedonia

In times of war and economic uncertainty, migration becomes more attractive | Photo: SKATA/IMAGO
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said relationships with Serbia were at an all-time high | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/B. von Jutrczenka
Hani, a Red Cross worker who assists migrants in North Macedonia | Source: Screenshot DW report
Evacuees at Camp Liya in Kosovo protested in June after being stuck for months on the US Army base while awaiting resettlement decisions | Photo: Muhammad Arif Sarwari/AP Photo/picture alliance
From file: Migrants usually rely on smugglers or agents to reach the EU via the Balkans | Photo: EPA / Koca Sulejmanovic
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (l.) implied that North Macedonia moved a step closer to eventual EU membership - but does North Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski buy it? | Photo: Reuters
From file: Pakistani migrants walk on a railroad in North Macedonia | Photo: Georgi Licovski/EPA
Pakistani migrants walk on a railroad in North Macedonia | Photo: EPA/Georgi Licovski
Barbed wire marking the border between Bulgaria and Turkey in February 2020, when thousands of migrants gathered at Turkey's Pazarkule border crossing with Greece's Kastanies | Photo: AP Photo/Hristo Rusev
From file: Migrants walking near boder between Greece and North Macedonia | Photo: Imago Images
Greek coast guards rescued 108 people off Mykonos, Greece, on June 19, 2022 | Photo: Hellenic Coast Guard/AP/picture-alliance
Mirsa and Selim sold everything to bring their children to Germany | Photos: Arber Bajrami/DW