Breksirr: the issue of fishing during the day, Britain, France and will take action pureagamikkunnillenkil

Breksirr: the issue of fishing during the day, Britain, France and will take action pureagamikkunnillenkil

Breksirrinu the rest of the fishing licenses to file an arbitration procedure in case divasavasanamayittum pureagatiyillatta French secretary of state for European affairs, Clement started in Buenos Aires confirmed on Friday. British “still in their position, we will ask the European Commission to announce on the weekend, he said in a debate,” he told France Info rediyeayeat.

For more than eleven months, the French and British have been arguing over the terms of the post-Brexit trade agreement between London and Brussels, which sets the stage for European fishermen’s access to British waters. Following pressure from Paris, the European Commission asked London at the end of November to resolve the fishing license dispute before Friday, December 10th.

On Thursday evening, the United Kingdom vehemently rejected the deadline, while Paris demanded a European arbitration, promising to go to court if necessary. “We do not have all the licenses we are entitled to this evening, I say very clearly,” Clement Boone said.

“Today the British say + we give a few dozen additional licenses + as a gesture of a good mind, to show that the conversation is bearing fruit and that it is willing to continue, we will take it into account, we will evaluate with the European Commission, maybe we will continue the conversation,” he explained.

Or France will go to arbitration. “This means that a legal natapatiyuntennan, which now account yet, you do not want to start with the European Commission, the British government” must be recorded in addition to the fact that the “honor agreement” by the end of 2020, in London. , He said. Europeans will be able to orrappetuttanum the French bhinnippikkanum (British Prime Minister) Boris Johnson said that, I think for yourself. He did not succeed, “he said.

This litigation will enable the initiation of possible retaliatory measures at the European level, especially customs measures aimed at British products, the French Secretary of State added.

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