Along with a significant increase in attempts to cross the English Channel, the British and French Interior Ministers agreed on new measures and measures to combat illegal immigration and strengthened the presence of border guards on the Channel’s shores.
France and the United Kingdom announced yesterday, Tuesday, that they will strengthen their cooperation in the fight against illegal immigration on their common border, as immigrants face attempts to cross the channel.
French Interior Minister Gerald Durman spoke on the issue via video link with his British envoy, Preti Patel.
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On Twitter, Durman welcomed the end of a “historic deal” last evening, stressing that the UK was committed to paying .7 62.7 million to fight illegal cross-border immigration.
Noting the importance of taking “extra and urgent” measures in conjunction with the continued increase in attempts to cross the canal, Paris and London agreed to “strengthen their cooperation in this area to prevent risks from the status quo” despite existing measures.
The new measures include doubling the number of police and gendarmerie stationed on the French coast, deploying technologies and surveillance vehicles over a wider area, investing in immigration support centers across France and, where appropriate, voluntarily integrating immigrants into Native countries. .
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“The UK and France have agreed to enhance the ability to detect, disrupt and prevent criminal organizations by sharing intelligence expertise, skills and knowledge,” the document said. Both countries will develop intelligence operations and conduct investigations on both sides of the canal.
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