Frontex posted this map to its web site earlier this week. The map “describes the … situation [as of the end of 2009] at the external borders of the EU, including the main entry routes of irregular migration into the European Union: West African route, via Canary islands, Central Mediterranean, including Italy and Malta, South Eastern European route (including Greek land and sea borders) as well as the Eastern land borders.”
Click here for link to the map.
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