November 30, 2021

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Xavier Bertrand wants the English to “change their attitude”

The presidential candidate, called by BFM Politics this Sunday, has indicated on several occasions that he wants to “condemn the Tuquet deals” in order to force the United Kingdom to return to the “negotiating table”.

Xavier Bertrand, head of the Hauts-de-France, was outraged on BFMTV this Sunday when he asked the British to “change” the migration of traffic on the channel against the United Kingdom.[er] Attitude “:

“The English have started to function well and it has been five years since I was elected head of the region and I have made it very clear that if they do not want to do their job, we will give them back. “

The presidential candidate, called by BFM politics, has stated on several occasions that he wants to “condemn the Tuquet deals” in order to force the UK back to the “negotiating table”.

The Touquet Agreements are an agreement signed in 2003 by then-Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy, aimed at tackling the growing importance of the illegal immigration phenomenon in the United Kingdom. They especially rule the border between France and the United Kingdom, so it is located on French soil.

“Absurd” means

To Xavier Bertrand, the mechanisms put in place to prevent immigrants from traveling from France to the United Kingdom were “ridiculous.” “Usually there are victims. What are we waiting for?” He became even more angry.

Kalles cleared the forest in 2016, which was able to reduce the number of immigrants in the city, which was not enough, according to him: “For four and a half years, Emmanuel Macron did not want to help us. 100% problem.

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This is not the first time Xavier Bertrand has condemned the British behavior and sought to reconsider the Touquet agreements. Since 2016, and the Brexit referendum, the president of Hauts-de-France has insisted on a “position” with the United Kingdom.

By 2020, more than 9,500 immigrant crossings or attempts to cross the canal by sea were recorded by French authorities, four times more than in 2019.

Clement Putin BFMTV Reporter