France will prohibit British fishing boats from landing from November 2nd
© Sameer Al-Doumy / Archives AFP A French fishing boat near Jersey, May 6th. France announces that it will ban British fishing boats to land from Tuesday, November 2nd. A retaliation measure to fold the United Kingdom, refractory to the attribution of fisheries licenses to certain French boats.
The British Secretary of State in charge of Brexit, David Frost, was invited to France by the secretary of French state of European affairs Clément Beaune © Isa Harsin / SIPA Fishing boats in the port of Guilvinec, September 15, 2021. ARM - The British Secretary of State in charge of Brexit, David Frost, was invited In France by the French Secretary of State Clement Beaune
in the midst of the fishing , it is the dialogue of the last chance. The British Secretary of State in charge of Brexit , David Frost, will meet the French Secretary of State for European Affairs Clément Beaune on Thursday in Paris.
The place of the meeting was not communicated, the entourage of Clément Beaune stating that it would take place out of the media. The Government spokesman Gabriel Attal confirmed that the dispute on the fishing would be on the agenda, without more details.
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.
Disagreements on Licenses
Paris and London are in conflict on the fishing licenses granted to Europeans after Brexit. France threatened to prohibit last Monday at midnight with British fishing vessels to land their cargoes in the French ports and to strengthen the customs controls of all Trucks if London did not give more licenses to the French fishermen. She had finally temporarily lifted the ultimatum while waiting for the Parisian meeting.
Under the Brexit Agreement, European fishermen can continue to work in some British waters as long as they can prove that they were forever there. But French and British compete with the nature and extent of the supporting documents. About a quarter of the French intakes in volume (about 20% in value) come from British waters, very fishy and at the origin of 650 million euros of annual sales for European fishermen.
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.
A first step in Brussels
Discussions on the subject took place Wednesday in Brussels between the United Kingdom and the European Commission, during which the first time was addressed the sensitive point of replacement vessels, namely the new boats of French fishing that took the place of older, according to a European source. The British, who refused to take them into account, seem to have relaxed their position, but they want guarantees that their catches will not be superior to those of the boats they replaced. MONDELE British trawler Cornelis, immobilized for a week, left Le Havre CountManuel Macron pauses until Thursday the threats of penalties on fishing
Post-Brexit Fishing: Licenses conflict granted to Europeans by the United Kingdom .
© AP - Jeremias Gonzalez A French fisherman who has no license to fish in British waters, works in the port of Granville, In Normandy (picture illustration). In the fishing record, meetings are linked but the nets still seem marked. It remains a conflict on fishing licenses granted to Europeans by the United Kingdom. The French Secretary of State for European Affairs, Clément Beaune, spoke on Tuesday morning with the British minister in charge of Brexit, David Frost.