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Channel © AFP / Charly Triballeau The French fishermen block three ports this cadditional 26 November: Saint-Malo, Ouistreham and Calais. Here a French fisherman aboard the trawler off Ouistreham, in the northwestern of France (picture illustration).
The French fishermen did not loosen the refusal of London to grant all the fishing licenses promised to work in the British waters. The French National Fisheries Committee announced the blocking this Friday, November 26 access to three ports of the Channel: Saint-Malo, Ouistreham and Calais. On earth, they will block the access of freight trucks to the freight terminal of the tunnel under the sleeve for a few hours.
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The French fishermen launch this Friday, November 26 a port blocking operation and access to the freight of the tunnel under the English side, to demand the settlement of post-Brexit fishing disputes with the United Kingdom. The atmosphere is that of the big days: this is the first time since the blockade of Jersey Island last May that French fishermen organize a "big day of action".
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French fishermen have already blocked this Friday morning the entrance in the port of Saint-Malo of a ferry from Jersey. Dozens of boats must block the entrance of ferries from Great Britain to three ports of the French Channel: Saint-Malo, Ouistreham, Normandy, then Calais, in the Hauts-de-France. In the afternoon, it is aboard their vans that the fishermen-fishermen have planned to block, from 2 pm to 16 hours the access of the goods trucks to the freight terminal of the tunnel under the sleeve. Symbolic at the entrance of the ports, where the swell may not allow all the planned actions, the initiative is more threatening around the tunnel, through which 25% of trade between the United Kingdom and Europe transit .
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"If you have to go further, we'll go further"
"The goal is that the British government is becoming aware that we can also use blockages on English import products. I do not know if it can move the lines. But all I know is that if we have to go further, we will go further next time. There is a mood movement for that, already, the European Union is well aware of our problems and that the British move a little ", explain the President of the Hauts-de-France Fisheries Committee.
at the microphone of Altin Lazaj , of the economy service, he also believes that "the Johnson government makes feet and hands so as not to give these licenses, while he signed well in the agreement, like what he gave licenses to French fishing vessels. In return, English fishermen - it's not just fishermen, but all trade - had access to the European market. "
London received the message and reacted from Thursday night, saying "disappointed" by these "threats of protest" and enjoining France to "ensure that illegal acts are not committed and that trade is not affected.
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"The tree that hides the forest"
for the President of the National Committee, "This issue of licenses is the tree that hides the forest: its resolution will depend on relations with the United Kingdom in the long term." While questioning the robustness of the European commitment alongside EU fishermen, Gérard Romiti welcomed the "ultimatum" launched Wednesday by the European Commission, which asked London to settle this litigation by December 10 .
Under the Brexit Agreement signed at the end of 2020 between London and Brussels, European fishermen can continue to work in British waters as long as they can prove that they were before. But French and British compete with the nature and extent of the supporting documents.
Since January 1, France has obtained "more than 960 fisheries licenses in the British waters and the Anglo-Norman Islands, but Paris is even more than 150 authorizations.
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