Which country hosts the most refugees?

At the moment, Turkey is the country that hosts the most refugees in the world, hosting 3.7 million refugees within its borders. According to the UNHCR, this number breaks down to some 3.6 million registered Syrian refugees and close to 320,000 of other nationalities. Falling in second place is Colombia, the neighbouring country to Venezuela, which hosts over 1.7 million refugees.

At the moment, Turkey is the country that hosts the most refugees in the world, hosting 3.7 million refugees within its borders. According to the UNHCR, this number breaks down to some 3.6 million registered Syrian refugees and close to 320,000 of other nationalities. Falling in second place is Colombia, the neighbouring country to Venezuela, which hosts over 1.7 million refugees.

The country with the highest numbers of refugees in the European Union is Germany. As of 2020, the UNHCR reported Germany to host some 1.2 million refugees, 243,200 asylum seekers and 26,700 stateless persons.

Relative to national populations, the island of Aruba hosts the most displaced people. Here, one in six people are displaced from Venezuela. In Lebanon, one in eight is displaced.