CAN ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE SITUATION IN UKRAINE?

CAN ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE SITUATION IN UKRAINE?

  • March 20, 2022
  • M1, Ma reggel
  • Migrációkutató Intézet

According to media reports, Syrians would use the war in Ukraine to illegally enter the EU. Szabolcs Janik said on the morning show on M1 TV channel that it is unlikely that they would attempt this route en masse, as…

THE IMPACT OF THE RUSSIAN-UKRAINIAN CONFLICT ON THE ARAB COUNTRIES

THE IMPACT OF THE RUSSIAN-UKRAINIAN CONFLICT ON THE ARAB COUNTRIES

  • March 16, 2022
  • Hír TV
  • Migrációkutató Intézet

The rise in the price of cereals, including wheat, is putting a heavy strain on the budgets of Arab countries, which are already economically weak. Rising consumer prices for bread and other basic foodstuffs could push 10 million people to…

Up To 5 Million People Could Leave Ukraine

Up to 5 million people could leave Ukraine

  • March 10, 2022
  • Hype&Hyper
  • Migrációkutató Intézet

The situation in Ukraine has already forced more than 1.5 million people to flee their country, a number that the UN estimates could reach 5 million in the near future. — said Szabolcs Janik, Operations Director at the Migration Research…

Why Hungary And Poland Are Welcoming Ukrainian Refugees

Why Hungary and Poland Are Welcoming Ukrainian Refugees

  • March 7, 2022
  • The National Interest
  • Migrációkutató Intézet

Poland and Hungary are showing to the world what an “abuse-proof” international asylum system would look like. As Vladimir Putin’s bloody assault continues against Ukraine, Poland and Hungary — the two European Union (EU) countries that have been the toughest…

EU COUNTRIES IN EASTERN EUROPE CAN COPE WITH THE FEFUGEE INFLUX FOR NOW

EU COUNTRIES IN EASTERN EUROPE CAN COPE WITH THE FEFUGEE INFLUX FOR NOW

  • March 4, 2022
  • Kossuth Rádió, Jó reggelt, Magyarország
  • Migrációkutató Intézet

Márk Vargha, our researcher said during an interview with Radio Kossuth that the Eastern European EU member states are coping with the refugee flood for the time being, but even if financial aid from Brussels arrives, it will take weeks…