Johnson sends two naval ships off the French coast after a riot over fishing rights. abroad

  Johnson sends two naval ships off the French coast after a riot over fishing rights.  abroad

An island between the United Kingdom and France has become the center of a de facto diplomatic line between the two countries. Just under 100,000 inhabitants of Channel Island can expect two British naval ships off its coast at any given moment. He was sent by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to keep an eye on things and ‘de-escalate’.

The British government has sent two patrol boats to France tonight. This is a reaction to the ‘retaliatory measures’ announced by the French yesterday. Power communication from France to the island via submarine cable could be disrupted, with Minister Enrique Girardin (Zee) threatening Parliament at the time.

She would have regretted it if she had to do so, but she would not hesitate if it did. He found out last Friday that the British had introduced new terms of use for French fishermen, allowing them to remain active in the area for short periods and to remove fewer species of fish from the water.

The United Kingdom published a list of 41 French fishing boats with new terms and conditions that it believes have not been ‘coordinated, discussed or notified’ as part of the Brexit Agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union . “Completely unacceptable,” Girardin says. He fears that if France did not take action, fishermen would be banned from other British waters rich in fish.

‘Completely inappropriate’

A spokesman for Prime Minister Boris Johnson explained the decision to ship the ships tonight. “There is a great, urgent need to increase the status quo and the negotiations between Jersey and France about the accessibility of fishermen.”

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The island of Jersey is located more than 20 kilometers from the Normandy coast. It is not part of Britain, but the property of the British crown. Because it is closer to France than England, the current European one comes from the mainland.


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