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Italy’s Prime Minister Declares about EU’s Collapse Risks | January 16, 2019

Italy’s Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte declared on Monday, that the European Union risks collapsing in case a common position on migrants is reached.

Britain Failed to Send Back 50,000 Rejected Migrants | January 14, 2019

More than 50,000 asylum seekers, whose applications were rejected, have left in Britain, since the Home Office is deporting less than a half of these migrants.

NBU Gives Outlook for Labour Migration from Ukraine in 2019 | January 14, 2019

The National Bank of Ukraine expects the stabilization of the number of migrant workers from Ukraine in 2019 at the level of 2018.

Austria Plans Asylum Reform in Spring | January 11, 2019

An asylum reform for refugees in Austria will be carried out by the country’s coalition government in March 2019.

Council of Europe Plans to Increase Migrants’ Safety at Sea | January 11, 2019

The Council of Europe defines specific measures that the international community must take in order to protect migrants, who are currently staying at the humanitarian ships in the Mediterranean Sea.

Brazil Informed UN Officially about Withdrawal from Migration Pact | January 10, 2019

The new Government of Brazil has officially informed to the UN about the withdrawal from the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration.

UN: Nearly 30% of Human Trafficking Victims are Children | January 10, 2019

More than 70 percent of victims are woman and girls.

Ministry of Social Policy Specified Ukrainian Migrant Workers Numbers | January 9, 2019

3.2 million Ukrainian citizens are constantly working abroad.

Spain Rescued 549 Migrants from Mediterranean Sea in Two Days | January 9, 2019

There were children among the rescued ones.

Pope Calls EU Leaders for Solidarity with Migrants | January 9, 2019

On Sunday, Pope Francis called the EU leaders to show “concrete solidarity” with 49 migrants, who are stuck on the ships near the coast of Malta as they are declined entry in the ports.