The United Kingdom And France have pledged their efforts to counter the plight of immigrants. 27 immigrants died when they tried to cross the canal on Wednesday, the British Prime Minister
Boris Johnson And Emmanuel Macron admitted in a telephone interview that a Downing Street spokesman said:
They also stressed the importance of working closely with such neighbors Belgium And “effectively deal with the (immigrant) problem before reaching the French coast” across the Netherlands and the European continent.
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Boris Johnson previously acknowledged on Sky News that the efforts were “not enough” and that “it was difficult to persuade some of his allies, especially the French, to act at the height of the situation.” At the end of a crisis meeting, the Conservative prime minister said he was “shocked, agitated and deeply saddened” by Wednesday’s tragedy.
Illegal channel crossings are fueling tensions between Paris and London, and British officials believe that despite financial aid, not enough efforts have been made on the part of the French to prevent candidates from being deported. The French, who deny the allegations, responded that London was indeed reluctant to unpack.
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