The Mediterranean Refugees/Migrants Crisis
The Mediterranean refugges/migrant crisis, also known as the refugee crisis, was a period beginning in 2015 characterized by high numbers of people arriving in the European Union (EU) from across the Mediterranean Sea or overland through Southeast Europe following Turkey's migrant crisis.

It was part of a pattern of increased immigration to Europe from other continents which began in the mid-20th century and which has encountered resistance in many European countries

Persecution, conflicts and human rights violations continue to force people to flee their homes and seek safety in Europe.

Many risk their lives and face a treacherous journey
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Total Arrivals
(January 01 - October 2020)
Most common nationalities of Mediterranean sea and land arrivals from January 2020
(January 01 2020 to October 2020)

2150000

have risked their lives reaching Europe since 2014
Land arrivals in 2020

6000

62000

Sea arrivals in 2020
UNHRC statistics

26791

Italy

Spain

Malta

Greece

Cyprus

Bulgaria

Bosnia & Herzegovina

Serbia & Kosovo

North Macedonia

Albania

24259

2256

13581

726

54

68000

10075

5449

354

166

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