France pushing for the establishment of a migration treaty between the EU and Britain

Gerald Darmanin, the French Interior Minister, has called for the commencement of dialogue towards the creation of a migration treaty between the European Union and the United Kingdom.

Darmanin persuaded the British government not to reneger on its commitment to provide funds in the fight against illegal immigrants crossing the Northern French coast in to England. He further asserted that France aims to champion the project of mitigating illegal immigration when it takes of the European Union’s rotating presidency in January 2022.

Human trafficking of migrants across the English channel has been a major bane to the smooth relationship between the British and French governments, particularly in relation to the overhead costs involved in policing the irregular activities.

Britain, in July, had agreed to finance border security in France, making a commitment of over 62 million Euros.

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