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Written by SOT.COM.AL 30 Janar 2023
83 migrants in two rafts were rescued by the French and English authorities and returned to Calais, France.
The number of migrants who have crossed the English Channel by dinghy in the first month of this year reached 1,000, with 50 men, women and children arriving on Sunday, and 26 on Saturday, according to the British Ministry of Defence. .
Meanwhile, in another development, the BBC reports that three teenagers who went missing from hotels last year after being dinghied last year have recently been caught by police dealing drugs in Cambridge and Gloucester, and one suspected of growing cannabis in pubs. , in Tottenham of London, but without giving their identities and nationalities.
Although it has not been long since the Anglo-French agreement to restrain the rafts, to properly enforce the measures agreed upon for this purpose by the law-enforcement authorities, uninterrupted passages in such cold weather and in the height of winter, do not constitute good news for the trend of curbing them in the warmer months during the spring and summer, as happened last year.