border control

From file: A Bulgarian soldier repairs the fence on the border with Turkey | Photo: EPA/Vassil Donev
The Evros River runs along much of the frontier between Greece and Turkey, where Frontex officers support Greek authorities with surveillance and control of the border | Photo: DW
Latvian border guard walks past barbed wire temporary fence on the Latvian-Belarus border near Robeznieki, Latvia, September 28, 2021. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
Migrants have been trying to enter the EU by crossing the Evros River for years, with Greek border guards reportedly growing increasingly violent | Photo: Ahmed Deeb/dpa/picture alliance
From file: The border between Russia and Finland | Photo: Reuters (archive)
Protecting the EU's border – like here between Greece and Turkey – is controversial | Photo: Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto/picture alliance
The Greek border is protected by fences and walls, especially along the Evros River - but smugglers still try to get migrants into the EU | Photo: Reuters/Alexandros Avramidis
Fewer migrants are crossing to the UK from Belgium, the government says | Photo: Pascal Rossignol / Reuters
A view of the "Four Seasons Astir Palace Hotel Athens" where the second European Conference on Border Management will take place on February 23-24, 2023 | Photo: ANSA
some of 27 migrants rescued by a greek tanker and disembarked from a vessel of Hellenic Coast Guard in the port of Kardamena, Kos Island, Dodecanese, Greece, 10 August 2022 | Photo: EPA/HELLENIC COAST GUARD
A soldier of the Latvian National Armed Forces (NAF) patrols along a new barbed wire fence, donated by the Slovenian Ministry of Defence, on the state border with Belarus in Kraslava region, Latvia, 28 September 2021 | Photo: EPA / VALDA KALNINA.
Barbed wire barrier at Veliki Ormoz village, at the border between Slovenia and Croatia | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/ANTONIO BAT