- British border for migrants remains in the future take place on French soil. The agreement on the matter is not a European but a Franco-British affair, which was settled in 2003 in the so-called Agreement of Le Touquet.
French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said on Friday that he did not want to tamper with this agreement. The British check passports of potential migrants in France and the French in Britain. This agreement also led to refugee camps in the French port Calais vainly waiting for permission to travel to Britain.
The mayor of Calais soon after the announcement of the outcome of the referendum to revise the agreement. Ayrault rejected that immediately. One of the issues that led to the British referendum on whether or not to remain with the European Union, the need itself was to determine how many refugees enter the country.
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