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Entertainment migrant wrecking: the United Kingdom and France promise to intensify their joint effort

09:55  25 november  2021
09:55  25 november  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

Conflict on Post Brexit fishing. Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron will discuss the G20

 Conflict on Post Brexit fishing. Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron will discuss the G20 margin, while the subjects of conflict are numerous between the United Kingdom and France, their two leaders will discuss on the margin of the G20 in Rome, announced the spokesman Boris Johnson. The French President Emmanuel Macron and the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson must speak on the margin of the G20 this weekend in Rome, on the back of lively tensions exacerbated by the post-Brexit fishing file , Indicated Friday Downing Street.

while 27 migrants died on Wednesday by trying to cross the Channel, Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron have had a telephone interview to think about

Un rescapé du drame qui a vu 27 migrants mourir mercredi en tentant de traverser la Manche. solutions © Stuart Brock / LNP // Sipa A rescap of the drama that saw 27 migrants die on Wednesday trying to cross the Channel. Drama - While 27 migrants died on Wednesday trying to cross the Channel, Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron have had a telephone interview to think about

solutions the United Kingdom and France have promised to link their efforts to the drama migrants. While 27 migrants died on Wednesday, trying to cross the Channel, the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron agreed, during a telephone interview, "the urgency of intensifying their joint efforts to prevent these crossings. Mortal and to do their utmost against gangs putting lives in danger, "said Downing Street spokesperson.

Crossing the Channel: a migrant found dead on a Pas-de-Calais

 Crossing the Channel: a migrant found dead on a Pas-de-Calais © Sameer Al-Doumy migrants aboard a fortune boat, off the French coast, try to cross the sleeve for Going to England in August 2020 A migrant was found dead on a beach of Wissant (Pas-de-Calais) Thursday morning near a small boat and two other migrants were transported into "severe hypothermia" to the Hospital, we learned from sources close to the survey. "A migrant has been found dead around 7am near a boat on a Wissant beach," said AFP a source close to the survey.

They also stressed the importance of working closely with neighboring countries such as

Belgium and the Netherlands and through the European continent to "tackle the problem effectively before (migrants) do not reach The French coast ". "shocked, revolted and deeply saddened"

Boris Johnson had previously recognized on Sky News that efforts had not been "sufficient", saying to "had difficulties in persuading some of the partners, in particular, French, to act up to the situation ". At the end of a crisis meeting, the Conservative Prime Minister also said "shocked, revolted and deeply saddened by the drama on Wednesday.

The illegal crossings of the Channel regularly attack the tensions between Paris and London, the British authorities feeling insufficient the efforts undertaken French side to prevent the exile candidates from embarking despite the payment of financial aid. The French, who refute these accusations, retort that London rechigates the cords of the scholarship.

companyemmanuel macron says that "France will not leave the handlebar to become a cemetery» company27 migrants die in the sinking of their boat

Shipwreck in the Channel: The two survivors received a residence permit .
© Ben Stansall / AFP on November 24, a migrant vessel took the water and casting, on the sleeve, in the Channel. The shipwreck of a migrant vessel Wednesday, November 24, before 27 dead, leaving only two men survivored with the drama. They obtained a residence permit on Thursday, December 2nd. The two survivors of the wrecking of a migrant boat in the Channel, Wednesday, November 24 , obtained a residence permit, indicated a source within the services of the State Thursday, December 2.

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