Recent developments have also shown that migration challenges could not be addressed properly without taking into account the external dimension of migration, involving complex geopolitical changes, specific regional patterns and shifting migration flows and routes (see Figure 3). In order to secure cooperation on migration issues and to help address the root causes of migration, the EU has renewed its engagement with third countries, through political and financial means.
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