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Migration back to the forefront of EU politics in 2021

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Migration back to the forefront of EU politics in 2021

Migration back to the forefront of EU politics in 2021

Migration once again became a key issue in the bloc in 2021 as thousands gathered on the EU's border with Belarus.

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