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Paris has informed London that the deadline for a common solution to the fishing issue is November 2nd.
France has announced that it will start implementing retaliatory measures against the United Kingdom from November 2, if the fisheries situation related to Brexit does not improve between the two countries.
The warning was issued today by the French Minister of State for European Affairs, Clement Bonn.
Earlier this month, French Prime Minister Jean Castix accused Britons of failing to meet their fishing commitments under the Brexit deal.
Castex, on this occasion, called for stronger action from the European Union, warning that France may seek an arbitration panel on the Brexit agreement, if necessary.
The separation of hunting grounds, after the United Kingdom left the European Union, was among the most problematic aspects of the “divorce” along the border with Northern Ireland.
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