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Italy, Germany mull Ukraine border crisis

Italy's foreign minister Luigi Di Maio and German counterpart Annalena Baerbock on Monday assessed tensions between Ukraine and Russia, whose troop build-up near their borders have stoked fears that Moscow could soon launch an invasion.

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Italy helps bolster migration cooperation in Sahel

Two new initiatives financed by the Italian foreign ministry's Migration Fund will ramp up cooperation with countries in the Sahel - a major transit region for migrants hoping to reach Europe, according to a foreign ministry statement.

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Italy, other G7 states blast Belarus for fomenting migration to EU

Foreign ministers from Italy and the other six G7 members on Thursday issued a strongly worded statement deploring the "orchestration" by Belarus of migration to the European Union in retaliation for the bloc's sanctions against the country's increasingly autocratic government.

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Di Maio urges EU to join forces on Libya

Europe's security depends on stopping Mediterranean migration, Italy's foreign minister Luigi Di Maio stated on Friday, calling for "a joint effort" from the European Union to stabilise the war-torn country.

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Grandi lauds Pope Francis' migration stance

United Nations refugee chief Filippo Grandi praised Pope Francis' 'holistic' approach to global displacement during a private Audience at the Vatican on Friday and said UNHCR wants to boost cooperation with the Holy See in assisting asylum-seekers and refugees.

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COVID-19, 'skyrocketing hunger' could propel migration says UN

The Coronavirus pandemic could drive up what are already record migration levels, as more people seek work to support their families and to feed them amid "skyrocketing hunger" in the world, the United Nations warned in a new report released on Tuesday.

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Migrants a shared EU responsibility say Italy, Germany

The thousands of migrants headed for southern Europe from Africa, the Middle East and Asia are the responsibility of the entire bloc, Italy's foreign under-secretary and Germany's deputy parliament speaker Thomas Oppermann agreed on Thursday.

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