The full version, published on Thursday, shows that EU member states and the bloc are “well aware” that the “humanitarian crisis” in Syria is “not yet over” and that the number of refugees is “well below” 50,000.
The report also says that the EU has “worked hard” to “maintain a low level of funding” for Syrian refugees and refugees in Europe, with only the United States and Russia providing the majority of funding.
The UN has also criticised the report, calling it “shameful”.
The EU says that “the Syrian crisis has now become one of the most complex crises on earth”.
It says that more than 3.7 million Syrians have fled to neighbouring countries.
But the UN says that most of those refugees have not yet been resettled.
The European Union and the EU’s main refugee agency, the European Commission, have also criticised Turkey for failing to respond to calls for help.
The two sides are also facing growing criticism in the United Nations.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said in a statement on Thursday that Turkey had failed to take action to help those affected by the refugee crisis.
Turkey has also refused to allow the UN to visit areas hit by the Syrian civil war, which has left more than 230,000 dead, according to the UN.
It has also said it will not take in refugees from neighbouring countries if it is forced to by the UN Security Council.
EU officials have criticised the “unnecessary and unnecessary” reliance on Turkey, and said that the country should focus on its internal problems.