humanitarian corridors

The Pope holds migrant rights close to his heart. His latest gesture is to send an aide to collect 33 asylum seekers from the Moria camp on Lesbos. Ten more should be flown to Rome later in December | Photo: ANSA / Vatican
Some of the 113 Syrian refugees welcomed by the Comunità di Sant'Egidio on tuie arrival at Rome's Leonardo Da Vinci airport in Fiumicino from Lebanon on November 27, 2019 | Photo: ANSA/Telenews
Welcoming committee for the arrival of 64 Syrian refugees in Rome | Photo: Telenews
Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, flanked by Foreign Affairs Minister Luigi Di Maio, during his address to the Lower House ahead of a vote of confidence in Rome, Italy, on September 9, 2019 | Photo: ANSA/Angelo Carconi
Refugees wait to be registered by the Asylum Service at the Identification Center of Moria, Lesvos island, Greece | Photo: EPA/PANAGIOTIS BALASKAS
Deputy Foreign Minister Emanuela Del Re during the conference 'Humanitarian Corridors for a Unified Europe' | PHOTO: ANSA/ALESSANDRO DI MEO
Refugees arriving in Rome via humanitarian corridor | Photo: ANSA
A protest against Italian government policy on migration in Pozzallo, Sicily | Photo: ANSA/ANDREA SCARFO
A group of Syrian refugees from Lebanon arriving at Fiumicino | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/TELENEWS
Pope Francis with some migrants during the weekly general audience in the Paul VI Audience Hall in Vatican City, November 28, 2018 | Photo: ANSA/ETTORE FERRARI
A group of Syrian refugees from Lebanon upon their arrival at Fiumicino airport.(PHOTO/ARCHIVE/ANSA/TELENEWS)
In the photo, Andrea Riccardi, founder of the Community of Sant'Egidio, welcomes a group of 83 Syrian refugees who arrived in Rome thanks to humanitarian corridors. PHOTO/ARCHIVE/ANSA