US News: Brexit: Boris Johnson promises to "do the necessary" to defend the British interests on the fishing

Brexit. The Captain of the British trawler confused in Le Havre will be judged in August 2022

 Brexit. The Captain of the British trawler confused in Le Havre will be judged in August 2022 © Sarah Meyssonnier / Reuters a patrol of the French gendarmerie, on October 28, 2021, next to the "Cornelis Gert Jan", a ship arrested Wednesday, October 27 for fishing in the French waters without a license. The United Kingdom on the issue of post-Brexit fishing licenses, the prosecutor's office announced Friday, October 29 that the Chalier captain by Le Havre Wednesday for fishing without a license would be judged on 11 August 2022.

Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron must meet during the weekend in Rome, on the sidelines of the G20 leaders summit which precedes the Cop26 in Glasgow

Le Preier ministre britannique Boris Johnson et le président français Emmanuel Macron, lors du sommet de l'Otan à Londres, le 4 décembre 2019. © Christian Hartmann / Pool / AFP The British Minister Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron, at the NATO Summit in London, December 4, 2019. Pass of arms - Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron must meet during the weekend in Rome, on the sidelines of the G20 leaders' summit which precedes COP26 to Glasgow

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson promised this Friday to "do the necessary" to defend the Interests of his country in The conflict that opposes France around the Post-Brexit fishing licenses.

Post-Brexit Fishing: London prepares for unpublished remedy against Paris

 Post-Brexit Fishing: London prepares for unpublished remedy against Paris © Sameer Al-Doumy / AFP A few days after the retaliation threats made by Paris against London about post-Brexit fishing licenses , the tensions between the two countries do not come down. Prime Minister Boris Johnson complained this Saturday from the Chive de the European Executive Ursula von der Leyen "completely unjustified" threats. The United Kingdom is preparing "actively" unpublished remedy.

"We will do the necessary to defend the British interests," he told reporters on the plane to Rome where he must participate in the G20 summit this weekend.

"Links" more "strong than current turbulence"

Video: Post-Brexit fishing crisis: the iron arm continues between Paris and London (Euronews)

"France is one of our best, our oldest, our closest allies, friends, partners "and" the links that unite us, who bind us, are much stronger than the current turbulence in our relationship, "A-T -It also underlined. "And that's what I will say to Emmanuel [Macron] , who is a friend, that I have known for years".

The two men should meet one-on-one during the weekend in Rome , on the sidelines of the G20 leaders who preced the COP26 in Glasgow. France reproaches the United Kingdom to grant too small number of fishing post-Brexit licenses to its fishermen. She threatened to prohibit from Tuesday to British fishing vessels to land their cargo in French ports and strengthen customs controls of trucks, if the situation did not improve until then.

What's behind the fish zank between Paris and London is

 What's behind the fish zank between Paris and London is Paris / London. A solution in the British French fishing dispute does not seem to be in sight even after a personal meeting at peak level. Both sides believe that the other side is the Brexit Agreement Breche and giving. © Gregorio Borgia Emmanuel Macron (left) and Boris Johnson in Rome at the Trevi Fountain.

Paris claims 200 additional licenses

"We are concerned that this is an offense under the trade and cooperation agreement" between London and the European Union signed after Brexit, "said Boris Johnson, adding:" We will keep ourselves Ready to take appropriate measures » If France put its threats with execution . In retaliation, London plans to implement "rigorous controls" on European boats fresh in its waters.

The post-Brexit agreement, concluded in extremis End 2020 between London and Brussels, provides that European fishermen can continue to work in some British waters under certain conditions. London claims to have granted 98% of applications for EU vessel licenses to fish in its waters, a figure challenged by France, which is 90%. In the areas still disputed in particular, London and Jersey have granted a little more than 210 final licenses but Paris as a more than 200.

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© UK Parliament / Jessica Taylor The British Prime Minister has given up a controversial text on lobbying. Reuters / UK Parliament / Jessica Taylor His intervention turned to the political scandal. After having wanted to avoid sanctions to a member of his camp questioned for lobbying facts, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson turned back on Thursday, hoping to preserve an integrity image in full cop26 .

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