British authorities suggested the possibility for joint patrols to be conducted in the area. In addition, they reviewed the legislation to make sure that no one continues to arrive in the south of the UK.
Madrid. (European media).-French President Emmanuel Macron urged for “strengthening European cooperation” to combat migrant smuggling. On Wednesday, at least 27 people were drowned when the ship they were traveling to sank. Cross the English Channel and get to England.
The President of France once pointed out that France is “a transit country, so he believes that countries in the region need to take a stand to strengthen cooperation and avoid new risks to immigrants’ lives.” When these men and women arrived on the coast of the English Channel, it was already too long. He warned that it was too late while visiting Croatia.
Macron spoke to Boris Johnson, British Prime Minster, Wednesday. They also discussed the European Commission and Britain, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany and Germany. According to French media reports the French government said that ministers responsible for immigration from these countries would meet in Calais Sunday. They also invited community executives to the meeting.
The French President emphasized France’s commitment to security and pointed out that security forces are mobilizing 24 hours a day to monitor the northern regions where ships carrying migrants leave. London has accused Paris repeatedly of failing to do enough to reduce immigration.
British authorities suggested that joint patrols could be conducted in the area. They also reviewed legislation to stop people from continuing to enter the UK’s southern region. According to BBC, Pritty Patel, British Home Secretary, insisted that Thursday’s trip to the House of Commons was unnecessary because “no one must leave France” for safety.
According to Europe’s sources, Macron is expected to propose reforms for the Sage Root space to allow free movement to improve internal border surveillance. Paris will now accept changes it didn’t want to make initially, but to move on, consensus is needed.