The honorable France’s interior minister has cancelled meeting with UK Home Secretary “Priti Patel” over Boris john’s letter. The decision was made following a letter released by UK Prime Minister “Boris Johnson” where he called on France government to take back migrants who crossed the Channel back to their country.
In a rising of the political crisis after the demised of 27 people in the Channel, “Gérald Darmanin” said France was highly disappointed by Boris John’s letter.
“And the must annoying part is, the letter was made public”.
Prime minister Boris Johnson ruled out five steps in letter he sent to President Emmanuel Macron to avoid a repeat of Wednesday’s incident.
“We consider the British prime minister’s public letter unacceptable and counter to our discussions between partners,” Mr Darmanin said in a statement.
He added. “As a result of this , “Priti Patel” is no longer invited”.
Belgium, Netherlands, Germany and the European Commission are all due to attend Sunday’s summit in Calais.
In less than an hours of Mr Johnson’s letter being posted on social media and publish by media, the French government expressed it anger immediately.
The Government spokesman “Gabriel Attal” said the letter was totally “poor in substance, and totally out of place”, failing to consider and respect all efforts being made by France on the Channel coast.
Boris John In his letter to president Macron, he outlined five steps he wanted to see taken by the French government. Here are the steps listed below:
1) Joint patrols to prevent more boats from leaving French beaches.
2) deploying more advanced technology, like sensors and radar.
3) reciprocal maritime patrols in each other’s territorial waters and airborne surveillance
4) deepening the work of the countries’ joint intelligence cell.
5) immediate work on a bilateral returns agreement with France, alongside talks to establish a UK-EU returns agreement.
“An agreement with France to take back migrants who cross the Channel through this dangerous route would have an immediate and significant impact,” said Boris Johnson!