High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell, addresses a press conference following the sixth 'Brussels Conference on Supporting the future of Syria and the region' at the European Council in Brussels, Belgium, 10 May 2022 | Photo: EPA/STEPHANIE LECOCQ
This building in Calais has been squatted by a collective and migrants since February 2022 | Photo: Marc Demeure / MAXPPP/ dpa / picture alliance
The Pounara camp, located about 10 kilometres outside the capital Nicosia, is the only registrations center for asylum seeker in Cyprus | Photo: InfoMigrants
A ship with a protest banner against sending migrants to Rwanda in front of the Houses of Parliament in London on April 20, 2022 | Photo: Dominic Lipinski/PA/picture alliance
To avoid people setting out on an often dangerous journey to Europe — for example across the Mediterranean Sea, as in this photo from August 2021 — the EU created the Emergency Trust Fund for Africa to fight the root causes of migration in 2015 | Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi/REUTERS
Leyla Kayacik, special representative of the Council of Europe on migration and refugees | Photo: ANSA/COUNCIL OF EUROPE
A migrant walks in a field near Pournara migrant reception center in Kokkinotrimithia outside of capital Nicosia with Turkish flags in the background | Photo: Picture-alliance
Two women reunite at the border crossing in Medyka, southeastern Poland, after felling war from neighboring Ukraine on February 25, 2022 | Photo: Czarek Sokolowski/AP/picture alliance
Poland has been strengthening its border to the east, with barbed-wire along the border to Belarus to be soon replaced with a permanent fortifications | Photo: Sefa Karacan/AA/picture-alliance
The town of Przemysl in southeastern Poland | Photo: Artur Widak/NurPhoto/picture-alliance
Migrants walk in the streets of Calais, October 2019 | Photo: Mehdi Chebil.
The border fence between Turkey and Greece runs near the wetlands of the Evros River | Photo: Nicolas Ecounomou / Nur Photo / Imago images