The British government has dismissed two ships for patrol in the English channel from the Mediterranean sea. One of them was previously in a humanitarian Mission.
Due to the increasing number of boat refugees, the British government is sending two more ships of the border guard in the English channel. To reinforce the three already in the narrow sea patrolling ships, such as the British interior Minister Sajid Javid said. The aim of the measure is to both human life and protect the border of the United Kingdom.
The two vessels would be deducted from the Mediterranean sea and the English channel the laid. "I want to make sure that we do everything we can to protect people," said Javid. The refugees would take the Crossing of the "serious risks".humanitarian use
One of the ships was as yet in a humanitarian Mission for the European border protection Agency Frontex. London wool continues to stand by its commitment in the framework of the humanitarian Frontex Mission in the Mediterranean sea, said a statement by the Ministry of the interior. Another ship remain, therefore, in the Mediterranean sea.the English channel as a dangerous escape route,
interior Minister Javid wants to monitor the channel better.
In 2018, have tried the British Ministry of the interior, according to 539 people, to cross the Strait in small boats, 434 of them alone since the beginning of October. 227 migrants have been of the French authorities, stopped.
London and Paris had agreed on Sunday on a closer cooperation in view of the increasing number of boat refugees. The Crossing is in part due to the large amount of ship traffic in the English channel, strong currents and low temperatures are dangerous. In the past few years, refugees from Africa, the Middle East and Asia had tried for the most part, to arrive in trucks from France across the English channel to the UK.More actions scheduled
the UK will also proceed sharper against smuggling and trafficking, announced Javid. In addition, the migrants should be deported back to France. The refugees should not think that they could illegally come to the UK and then stay, said Javid.