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Kyiv – Ukraine is one of the most migration-affected countries in Europe, with a diaspora of up to 20 million people, 1.36 million internally displaced persons and 1.3 million labour migrants.
Minsk – The Republic of Belarus is stepping up its capacity to protect vulnerable migrants and trafficking victims through an improved national referral mechanism.
Istanbul – IOM’s Vienna Regional Office put migration health at the forefront during a three-day high-level technical meeting and ministerial consultation of the World Health Organization European Reg
Minsk/Kyiv – Belarus and Ukraine’s common border is set to be fully demarcated and improved thanks to a new initiative between IOM and the European Union.
Dushanbe – Central Asia, home to millions of migrant workers with the region and in the Russian Federation, and a major destination for Afghan refugees, continues to seek ways to turn migration challe
Kyiv – For the fifth consecutive winter, bitter sub-zero temperatures pose health and life-threatening challenges for the conflict-affected people in eastern Ukraine.
Sarajevo – IOM and the Qatar Charity signed an agreement on 29thJanuary 2019 for USD 364,050 in support of the response to the refugee and migrant situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Newly appointed Chief of Mission of the International Organization for Migration in Moscow, Abdusattor Esoev has held talks with the Acting Head of the General Administration for Migration Issues of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, ...
Tirana – International Migrants Day (18 December) in Albania was celebrated by a high-level function attended by the country’s President, senior ministers and diplomats, who joined Regional Director A