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Uk France Migrant Agreement

Uk France Migrant Agreement

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This increase in the number of civil servants represents a considerable increase in capacity that will greatly improve prosecutions against illegal immigration, including the doubling of the number of gendarmes, the French police, who patrol the beaches from 1 December. This will strengthen patrols of the 150-kilometre coastal area, which is regularly targeted by human trafficking networks, and will speed up the response to suspicious activities, prevent migrants from leaving French beaches and avoid more dangerous and unnecessary crossings. In addition to the increase in the number of officers, the Minister of the Interior and the Minister of the Interior also agreed on an extensive range of advanced surveillance technologies, including drones, radars, optronic binoculars and fixed cameras. The specialized equipment will enable the French to be more efficient in the search and evacuation of the areas and to ensure that officials are deployed in the right place at the right time, which will lead to an increase in the number of migrants and intermediaries who have been spotted and prevented from entering the water. Border guards, who are taking a group of migrants to the port of Dover after being intercepted in the English Channel on 18 October, said Patel said the new deal with France “will make a difference” compared to the figures. Signing of a new agreement 🇬🇧🇫🇷 to combat small boat crossings. About 144 migrants crossed in 10 boats on 9 November, and for the first time more than 100 managed in a single day in almost a month A group of migrants was taken to Dover by border guards on 23 November. to support patrols and technology to close a dangerous road that refugees and migrants use in the hope of reaching the UK on small boats. Ms Patel at the Interior Ministry in central London, where she signed a new agreement with her French counterpart at the Foreign Ministry on Saturday, praised the “common intelligence” between the two nations, citing her as a reason “that the French authorities have prevented more than 5,000 migrants from travelling to the UK.” At the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, after discussions with her French counterpart, she said: “We know that the French authorities have prevented more than 5,000 migrants from travelling to the UK, we have had hundreds of arrests, and this is due to the secret services and the joint communications that we share between our two authorities.