US News: sinking of migrants: the European Commission has its support for France in its conflict with the United Kingdom

shipwrecking a migrant boat off Calais: what we know about the drama that made 31 dead

 shipwrecking a migrant boat off Calais: what we know about the drama that made 31 dead © Copyright 2021, the Obs thirty-one migrants died this Wednesday 24 after their boat capsized in the sleeve off Calais. Research is underway to find possible survivors. "France will not let the handle become a cemetery," said Emmanuel Macron. "Obs" takes stock. 31 Deceased migrants The balance sheet has continued to grow in the day, reaching 31 people died in the evening, according to a statement from the Elysée.

for the Vice-President of the European Commission, since Brexit the United Kingdom must "decide how to organize the management of the control of its borders »

Des tentes plantées par des migrants près de Calais, le 27 novembre 2021. © Rafael Yaghobzadeh / AP / SIPA Tents planted by migrants near Calais, November 27, 2021. Crisis - For the vice-president of the European Commission, from Brexit the United Kingdom must" decide how Organize the management of the control of its borders "

in its iron arm which opposes it to London on the crisis of the migrants, Paris knows that it can count on Brussels and even more since the Brexit . The Vice-President of the European Commission Margaritis Schinas estimated on Saturday that the UK is responsible for solving its problems relating to the influx of migrants.

Migrants: What answer from the executive to the Calais drama at five months of the presidential election?

 Migrants: What answer from the executive to the Calais drama at five months of the presidential election? © Sameer Al-Doumy / AFP Twenty-seven migrants died in the sinking of a boat off Calais Wednesday, while they were trying to win Great Britain. This drama, qualified as "tragedy" by Prime Minister Jean Castex, is the most murderer since flexée in 2018 migratory crossings of the Channel. At five months of the presidential election, the executive must therefore find solutions. At least 27 migrants lost the life on Wednesday in the sinking of their boat off Calais, trying to join England.

The United Kingdom "left the European Union", accordingly it "must now decide how to organize the management of the control of its borders," said Margaritis Schinas before the press on the Greek island of Kos. "If I remember correctly, the main slogan of the referendum campaign (on Brexit) was" we take control "," added the one who coordinates a new pact on migration and the asylum . "Since the United Kingdom returned to control, it is up to the British to find the necessary measures to make operational the control they have resumed".

The letter that ulcers Paris

The crisis of migrants has experienced a dramatic climbing after the sinking on Wednesday of a boat in the Channel which caused the death of 27 migrants. The tensions between France and the United Kingdom have further exacerbated after a letter from British Prime Minister Boris Johnson published on Twitter, asking France to take up migrants arriving in Great Britain. "I'm surprised at the methods when they are not serious," said French President Emmanuel Macron, asked about this letter.

migrants in Calais: The British are no longer welcome at the Crisis Meeting

 migrants in Calais: The British are no longer welcome at the Crisis Meeting © Andy Buchanan AFP Thursday, November 25, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson asked France to resume clandestine immigrants who managed to join the coasts. From Britain, triggering the anger of Paris.

The Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin has annulled the arrival this Sunday in Calais of his British counterpart Prii Patel who had to participate in a crisis meeting on migrants. The meeting will take place in the presence of Ministers responsible for Belgian, German, Dutch immigration, as well as the European Commission.

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Two Cameroonians blocked in the nicosia buffer zone will go with the pope in Italy .
© AFP d them Cameroonians blocked for months in the buffer zone separating the two parts of the divided island of Cyprus are part of the group of 50 Migrants that will be transferred to the Italy after a two-day visit of Pope Francis to Nicosia, announced on Friday the local authorities.

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