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British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak confirms his desire to "closely co-operate" with France

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak confirms his desire to “closely co-operate” with France

He spoke with British President Emmanuel Macron on Monday on the sidelines of the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference.

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It was the first time they met. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has come to power newly After Resignation of Liz Truss October 20, He spoke with French President Emmanuel Macron at the COP27 event in Egypt on Monday, November 7. Rishi Sunak He said want “To cooperate closely” With France on immigration, Downing Street confirms a deal is being reached on the issue.

“It was great to meet President Macron not only to talk about the fight against illegal immigration, but also other areas where we want to cooperate closely with the French”, said the British leader. Emmanuel Macron and Rishi Sunak had already decided to cooperate on immigration during a phone interview at the end of October, while almost 40,000 people have already risked their lives to cross the canal in small boats since the beginning of the crisis.

it is a “complicated problem” WHO “Will not be solved overnight”, Rishi Sunak said his teams are under pressure to manage the influx of migrants, with recent revelations of an overcrowded reception center and the throwing of incendiary devices at another center near Dover. “I think there is an opportunity to work not only with the French but also with other countries”, Assessing the British Prime Minister, he indicated that he would give more details “in the next few weeks”.

However, Elisha, for his part, confirmed that the two leaders “will remain in touch to advance integration between the two countries in the face of the challenge of irregular migration”. Emmanuel Macron invited Rishi Sunak to the Ukraine conference in Paris on December 13.

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