migration policy

Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio before the virtual preparation of the meeting Joint Economic and Trade Commission (JETCO) with Turkish Trade Minister Ruhsar Pekcan, Rome, July 29, 2020 | Photo: ANSA/ANGELO CARCONI (ANSA)
Former interior minister Matteo Salvini in Rome on August 28, 2019 | REUTERS/Ciro de Luca
A moment of the demonstration to ask the government to change its immigration policies, responding to the appeal 'the submerged and the saved' launched by Luigi Manconi | PHOTO/ANSA/GIUSEPPE LAMI
A handout photo made available by the Tunisian Presidency Press Service shows Tunisian President Kais Saied meeting with Italian Interior minister Luciana Lamorgese at the Carthage Palace in Tunis | PHOTO: EPA/TUNISIAN PRESIDENCY PRESS SERVICE
Many asylum seekers make their way to northern Europe via the Balkans | Photo: picture-alliance/K. Nietfeld
A ship carrying 267 migrants arrived from Tunisia on the Italian island of Lampedusa over the weekend | Source: Moonbird
Prefect Michele Di Bari, at the head of the Civil Liberties and Immigration Department of the interior ministry, on a visit to the Campo Roya reception center in Ventimiglia. July 2, 2020 | PHOTO: ANSA
Refugee camps, like this one in Nea Kavala, Greece, are overcrowded and ill-equipped | Photo: Imago/Christian Mang
The EU has been harshly criticized for supporting the Libyan coastguard to intercept migrant boats in the Mediterranean | Photo: Reuters file/H. Amara
Migrants in Greece | Photo: Picture-alliance/Joker/T.Georgiev
The first of five so-called hotspots opened on Lesbos Island in Greece in 2015. The Citizenship Identification Centers were intended to screen and register all incoming migrants | Photo: picture alliance/NurPhoto/M. Gael
Italy's former Interior minister Matteo Salvini | Photo: ANSA/LUCA ZENNARO