migration policy

 Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis arrives for the European People's Party (EPP) leaders meeting ahead to European summit in Brussels, Belgium, on December 12, 2019 | EPA/Stephanie Lecocq
Pakistani refugees in Bosnia | Photo: DW / A Puric
The new Croatian president Zoran Milanovic celebrates his victory in Zagreb on January 5, 2020 | Photo: Reuters
Prime Minister Kurz (in front) hopes to clamp down on irregular migration while his deputy, Green Party leader Werner Kogler, espouses less radical views on migration | Photo:  Reuters/L. Foeger
Migrants make their way after crossing the border at Zakany, Hungary, October 16, 2015 | Photo: REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh
Hundreds of migrants have continued to pour into Italy each month throughout 2019 | Photo: ANSA/RENATO INGENITO
Venezuelan refugees and Colombian returnees near the Colombian-Venezuelan border | Photo: Getty Images/G.Legaria
About a third of all forcibly displaced people around the world are refugees who have had to cross national borders | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/D. Bandic
Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio during closing remarks at the Med Conference at Rome's Parco dei Principi Hotel on December 7, 2019 | ANSA/Fabio Frustac
Incoming European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen: How might she shape the future migration policy of the EU? | Photo: EPA/Olivier Hoslet
16 migrants were discovered in the back of a lorry on a ferry heading to Ireland | Photo: AFP / Paul Ellis
The statue by artist Salvatore Scuotto which shows the former Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini shooting at two African migrant "zombies" | PHOTO:ANSA/US VIRGIN /Em Partena