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Border Force Director General Phil Douglas and French Police Aux Frontières Deputy Director General Brigitte Lafourcade have issued a joint statement today on the management of the shared border

 

France and the United Kingdom have been collaborating closely in recent days to prepare for the management of our shared border during the current period of increased passenger traffic.

Both Police Aux Frontières and the UK Border Force, in collaboration with port operators, have put plans in place this weekend at the converging controls on both sides of the Channel to maximise passenger flows.

France and the United Kingdom will continue to collaborate closely to ensure the smooth movement of freight and passengers across the Channel throughout the summer and beyond.

France and the United Kingdom have been working closely together in recent days to plan the management of our common border during the current period of increased passenger traffic.

The French Border Police and the British “Border Force,” in collaboration with port operators, took the necessary measures at the parallel checkpoints on each side of the Channel to optimise passenger flow this weekend. end.

France and the United Kingdom will continue to make every effort to ensure that passenger and freight vehicle traffic flows smoothly across the Channel this summer and in the future.