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To avoid an, the . Gérard Darmanin announced it from Wednesday. A European plane will now help the French police day and night fight against these clandestine crossings. A fight against the routing of boats and engines for example. The Minister of the Interior has, moreover, evoked the absence of England. "This meeting was not anti-English, she was proeopean," he said. "We have to work with our British friends and tell them a number of things," like "help us collectively to fight smugglers".
Demonstration against the Government's attitude of the migrant crisis
Migrant support initiatives are multiplying in Poland while the government continues his arm of iron with Belarus, accused of looking for other points of way to The EU for migrants. View on euronews © Czarek Sokolowski / Associated Press Migrant support initiatives are multiplying in Poland while the government continues its iron arm with Belarus, accused of looking for other ways to bring migrants into 'European Union.
France wishes to work with the United Kingdom
It estimates that "information is missing" and that "answers are not always at the rendezvous requests for The French police for example ". The minister also emphasized "English attractiveness" for migrant people. "If the migrants come here in Calais, Dunkirk, in the north of France, and risk their lives to cross the Channel, it is because they are attracted to England" with a more interesting job market According to.
In this country, there is no legal way to request asylum. The minister has insisted several times: "Wish us to work with our British friends, but in a serious setting and without being the hostage of domestic politics."
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© Louis Witter / Getty Images via AFP from left to right: European Internal Affairs Commissioner, YLVA Johansson, the Mayor of Calais, Natacha Bouchart, and The Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, Sunday in Calais. "Today, Great Britain must take its part." at the end of a European meeting in Calais, convened four days after the death of twenty-seven migrants in a shipwreck, the Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, invited "Our British friends" to " Collectively help us better figh