On Monday, an acrimonious argument increased between the ministries of France & Great Britain over the ever-increasing numbers of migrants crossing over to Britain from the coast of France.
French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin on Monday stated in an interview to the Cnews television just before a planned meeting with his British counterpart Priti Patel that Britain was in no position to be lessoning France on how to stop & deal with the migrant overflow.
He added that the politicians should stop using France & blaming small issues on them to resolve Britain’s own domestic issues.
The Migrant overflow has been a very long-standing unresolved issue between France & The Great Britain.
The migrant issue has turned out to be intensively acrimonious in recent days, as Britain says that a very high record number of migrants have crossed the English Channel over to England from the coast of France.
The relations of The Great Britain & France are already under intensive strain over the disputed area of fishing rights of each country in the Channel; the dispute has taken a huge turn of blowing into a trade war between the two countries.
France Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin has implied & bluntly criticised their neighbouring government of Great Britain for being entirely at fault in creating such laxity in security which has made it possible for the migrants to reach England.
The French Interior Minister Darmanin further added that a number of British Activists belonging to a number of various organisations are based in the Northern Area of France around Calais and Dunkirk are solely responsible for disrupting the work of French Security Forces.
Also, the French Police & the Gendarmerie, when the act to stop the migrant flow, their work is impeded by NGO’s who are primarily British & which have been made by British Citizens who are present on the French soil.
The migrants are also smuggled in by persons who exploit women & children among them, and these people smugglers are based in The Great Britain, said the French Minister.
The French Minister placed an argument that Migrants are encouraged in Britain because the labour market in Britain is irregular worker-oriented who work for very low wages.
The Minister said that it was the fault of British Politics; if they amended their laws on migrants, nobody would take the risk of crossing over from the French coast.
According to records put forward by the British side is the statistics of 1185 migrants crossing on Thursday, which is on the higher side as compared to the 853 previous migrants.
Britain has said these figures are totally unacceptable & blamed France for the entire situation.