Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin stated that cross-channel immigration is “first of all an English problem”.
French On Monday, European Minister Clément Beaune defendant“The BritishSometimes it is the economic model for quasi-modern slavery in the current immigration crisis in England Channel.
On Monday morning, the French Interior Minister Gerald Dammanin also called for the United Kingdom’s “changes in its immigration laws” to address this crisis. Every day hundreds of people travel by small boats to England from Calais, via the dangerous ocean route.
In an interview with BFMTV, Darmanin said that the issue of cross-channel immigration is “first of all an English issue”: “We need the UK to open the door to a legal way to immigrate to their country.”
He stated, “I will not make decisions for the British people. But we must discuss with the British people.”
“Immigrants chose to follow a risky route because there is no legal way to travel to the UK… and because they are allowed to work in England without an ID card,” the minister said. “Illegal employment of workers is one engine of British economic policies-obviously, not all,” he stated.
Bohn stated at the same moment, “We ask British to change their structure.” Inter Milan“There is an economic model, sometimes quasimodern slavery or very powerful illegal work. The UK’s exploitation of illegal labor is superior to [in France]”Because there are fewer checks,” Bohn stated.
Bohn said that if the British don’t re-inspect certain labor market regulations that are more humane or more compliant, this attraction will not cease to exist.”
Last Wednesday saw 27 people drown in a small boat sink, raising tensions around immigration between France, the United Kingdom, and France. Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister, posted a Twitter open letter requesting that Emmanuel Macron and the United Kingdom reach an agreement to allow all illegal immigrants to cross the English Channel to return home.
Johnson’s letter led to Priti Patel, Secretary of Interior in the United Kingdom, being unable to attend the European Ministerial Conference (on Sunday) because of Johnson’s letters. Macron stated that on Friday, “I was surprised at these methods when they weren’t seriously.”
Dammanen stated, “When you communicate and can advance serious topics together, after a while you realize that an email-no one had mentioned before-was posted to Twitter… received the President of The Republic It was strange before.”