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US News French fisherman plan blockages on sleeve channel

22:40  25 november  2021
22:40  25 november  2021 Source:   rp-online.de

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Calais / London. The French fishermen show their muscles in the quarrel with the British on fishing rights. You want to disturb trading trails over the English Channel - an alarm sign for British retailers to the Christmas business.

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In the fishery dispute between the United Kingdom and France, French fishermen want to block traffic routes through the English Channel this Friday. Blocks are planned, among other things, on the channel tunnel in Calais. It goes for temporal, symbolic and non-violent protests, emphasized the Fisheries Association on Thursday.

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affected next to Calais the ports of Saint-Malo and Ouistreham. The actions are a response to the British blockade holding in the issue of fishing licenses for French fishermen. Despite months of negotiations, London and the Channel Island of Jersey refused to issue litizers rightfully.

a spokesman for the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson explained in London, one observes the situation "very accurately" and have "emergency plans" at hand. However, France must ensure "that it does not come to illegal actions and trade will not be affected".

The strait between Calais and Dover at the English Channel is the most important trade route for the United Kingdom. Much of the goods from the continent passes either via ferries or through the Eurotunnel on the island. A blockade of these traffic routes could therefore make the British economy sensitive.

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In the ports of Calais, Saint-Malo and Ouistreham, the fishermen want to interrupt the ferry traffic with their boats for one to two hours. In Calais, the driveway from trucks to the channel tunnel is also blocked over the highway for two hours.

After the calculation of the French Fisheries Association, the issue of 237 licenses is still out of the British side. The fishermen have delivered all requested information and dispensed with countermeasures for a return to the negotiating table. Now show that the results are not in harmony with their patience and good will.

The EU Commission is aiming for a solution in the conflict by 10 December. The competent EU Commissioner Virginijus Sinkevicius announced on Wednesday on Twitter. "We intensify the conversations for a final solution until 10.12.2021," says Sinkevicius after a conversation with the British Minister of Environment George Eustice.

The dispute between Paris and London is about fishing licenses for French fishermen in front of the Channel Islands under the British Crown Jersey and Guernsey. The islands are very closer to the French coast than before the English. Since the EU resignation of Great Britain, Fischer has to apply for licenses from France. Because various applications were rejected, France raises Great Britain not to stick to the Brexit arrangements. London rejects this.

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© Ilago Annick Girardin the Assizes fishing and seafood in Saint-Pol-de-Léon (Finistère), 18 November 2021. in an interview with Ouest-France, the Minister of Sea Annick Girardin returned to negotiations with the United Kingdom for fishing licenses. And is committed to working with the industry to define a long-term strategy. At the head of a ministry Sea recreated in July 2020 Annick Girardin door for several months, claims French fishermen face in London.

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