09:27, November 13, 2022
The Ocean Viking left the military port of Toulon on Saturday. The reception of the humanitarian ship has strained relations between France and Italy. Paris criticizes Rome for not having made a port available to accommodate the 234 migrants on board the boat. The French government has already decided to strengthen its border controls. A decision misunderstood by many Italians.
The Ocean Viking left the military port of Toulon on Saturday. The reception of the humanitarian ship, and the 234 migrants on board, put water in the gas between France and Italy, which refused to make a port available. In The Parisian this weekend, the French Foreign Minister, Catherine Colonna, warns the new government of Georgia Meloni: there will be consequences if Rome persists in this attitude. Paris has already tightened its border controls. A decision misunderstood by some of our neighbors.
At the edge of the sea, migrants walk among the Italians. A summer sun reflects on the water, on the border with France. Here, Paris’s decision to tighten border controls has created, as in Rome, disbelief.
“I think it’s not fair”
“I can’t comment. They should just work better together,” Giovanni told Europe 1. Italy is accused of inhumanity. An inadmissible insult for Lara, given the hundreds of migrants welcomed by the inhabitants of Ventimiglia. “I think it’s not fair. We welcome a lot of them, but France could at least not send them back here or not close completely. Since we are in Europe, the borders should be open,” he said. -she.
“It’s serious on the side of Meloni as on the side of the French”
Alessio defends neither Rome nor Paris. He is tired of his repetitive fits. “Meloni says that migrants cannot land here. But France, until now, has always refused them, so nothing changes. It’s serious on Meloni’s side as on the French side,” he says. -he on Europe 1. Nothing changes, like the checks at the border posts in Menton, where a line of vehicles several hundred meters blocks entry into France.