The British Prime Minister assures that he does not regret the letter on migrants addressed to the French president which angered Paris. It was written “in a spirit of partnership and cooperation,” said its spokesperson.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson does not regret the letter addressed to President Emmanuel Macron which angered Paris over the migrant file, written “in a spirit of partnership and cooperation”, his spokesperson said.
Asked whether he regretted this letter in which he asked the French to take back the migrants who crossed the Channel illegally after a deadly shipwreck, the spokesperson replied: “No, as the Prime Minister said to him. himself, he and President Macron have recognized the urgency of the situation “.
According to him, the missive, posted on Twitter, aims to “deepen our existing cooperation” in the fight against illegal immigration.