The French president, Emmanuel Macron, and the British prime minister Theresa May will have a new agreement signed over the check from the immigration between France and Great Britain.
The French pesident brought today his first official visit to England for the 35th British-French summit at the Royal Military Academy of Sandhurst near London.
With the new agreement, both countries ‘collaborative management to strengthen our common border”. In a communiqué, both leaders agree that it is also a better treatment of unaccompanied young asylum seekers’ involves.
London will have an additional 50 million euros to free up the controls in Calais to improve. In that Northern French town stay many transitmigranten who hope the crossing of the English Channel.
Macron has May is also officially a cultural gift offered. France is the world-famous Bayeux Tapestry. That had the British press yesterday already announced. It attests to the close ties between England and the European mainland.