Britain to give money to France to stop illegal immigration

Britain and France have agreed a new deal to stop illegal immigrants trying to cross the English Channel by boat.

A foreign news agency According to the report Britain will pay France 480 million pounds ($577 million) over three years to curb illegal immigration.

The purpose of the agreement is to prevent migrants from traveling in small boats to cross the English Channel. The money will help fund increased patrols to monitor the waterways, the use of drone cameras and the establishment of a detention center.

In this regard, British Prime Minister Rishi Singh and French President Emmanuel Macron have agreed to work together on this issue at the Brexit summit.

It should be remembered that after the number of migrants arriving on the south coast of Great Britain last year was more than 45 thousand, Prime Minister Rishi Singh included the prevention of small boats in his top five priorities, which is 500% more than the previous two years. .

Relations between the two countries have been strained since Britain left the European Union in 2016, but since Russia’s attack on Ukraine, these relations are being further strengthened due to the support of various countries for Ukraine.

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