Municipalities in Norway will be required to settle a further 35,000 refugees in 2023 | Photo: Imago/YAY Micro
© Vincenzo Circosta, AFP | A migrant leaves the Ocean Viking in Toulon on November 11, 2022.
From file: A Polish border post in Tolcze near Kuznica, Poland, January 27, 2022 | Photo: Reuters/Kacper Pempel
From file: The Ocean Viking, run by SOS Mediterranee | Photo: ANSA/OCEAN VIKING
From file: The Ocean Viking alone has 234 migrants on board, many of whom have had to stay at sea for more than 10 days now | Photo: picture alliance
"We can do it" — Merkel famously told Germany when she decided to accept over a million refugees  | Photo: Stefan Wermuth/ASSOCIATED PRESS/picture alliance
Former German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been awarded the Nansen Prize by the UN refugee agency, UNHCR | Photo: picture alliance/dpa/Fabian Sommer
Norway will reassess its decision in mid-September | Photo: Imago/YAY Micro
Artin Irannezhad in Dunkirk, France, October 17, 2020 | Photo: Bruno Libbrecht/Allemaal Mensen/Handout via Reuters
A man receiving a shot of the vaccine against COVID-19 at a mobile NPHO unit at Kara Tepe camp on Lesvos island, Greece | Photo:ARCHIVE/EPA/VANGELIS PAPANTONIS
Decisions handed down by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg are considered to be binding | Photo: Imago Images/P. Scheiber
From file: Aleppo, Syria, in 2016 | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/Imageslive/O.Jumaa