More and more immigrants cross the channel from Opel Beach between Dunkirk and Paulon-sur-Mer. London pledged ten million euros on Monday, October 11, to fight illegal immigration.
In Wimereux (Pas-de-Calais), there are clothes on the beach and things abandoned by immigrants: clothes, witnesses, notebooks with words written in Arabic. Before embarking on the dangerous channel crossing to reach Great Britain, business was thrown in to make it as bright as possible. In some cases, police in charge of surveillance found rubber boats hidden under the sand and used them to transport migrants. “They dig into the material, and at the time of the signal, they dig into it“, Explains Commissioner Jablin, the district chairman of Boulogne-sur-Mer.
Residents of Amblus (Pass-de-Calais) and its environs express this sad scene every day. A situation that breaks the hearts of some of them. On Friday, October 8, about forty immigrants left without the slightest intervention by the police who reported the problems of the staff. For selected officers, the guidelines for the covered area are not adequate. Great Britain must support French authorities, isolated by Amblus Mayor Stephen Pinto: “They have to fulfill their duties.” Since the beginning of this year, more than 17,000 immigrants have been able to cross the channel, more than double by 2020.
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