British and French leaders hope to discuss feasible measures to reduce the fishery conflict between the two countries_France

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Original title: British and French leaders hope to discuss feasible measures to reduce the fishery conflict between the two countries

On October 31, local time, the French Presidential Palace stated that French President Macron and British Prime Minister Johnson decided to discuss feasible measures in the next period of time to reduce the fishing conflict between the two countries.

A person in the French Presidential Palace revealed that the French side expects the British side to respect the rules of the Brexit agreement. The French side believes that this dispute is a follow-up to Brexit. It is not just an issue between Britain and France, but also involves the relationship between the European Union and the United Kingdom. Before Tuesday, France will decide whether to implement the previously announced fishery retaliation measures.

The heads of Britain and France held a meeting for about half an hour at the G20 summit. The French Presidential Palace expressed the above information after the meeting. This is also the first meeting between Macron and Johnson after the French-Australian submarine dispute and the British-French fishery dispute. As of noon on October 31, local time, the British side had not made any statements about the meeting.

Recently, Britain and France have repeatedly confronted on fisheries issues. France announced that it would take retaliatory measures against Britain and detained a British fishing boat that illegally fished in French waters the next day. The British immediately summoned the French ambassador to the United Kingdom. (Headquarters reporter Jiang Hua)Return to Sohu to see more

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