The protest by French fishermen off the coast of Jersey ended without incident on Thursday afternoon. The UK and France sent two naval patrol boats to the scene to monitor the situation, but warships did not intervene and dozens of French fishing boats marched into the island’s port in the morning, the MDI said.
Located 22 kilometers off the coast of Normandy, Jersey, with its vast Sovereign Powers and population of 108,000, it is not part of the United Kingdom, but part of the British Crown.
Since the end of Brexit, a member of the British EU last January, it has been the first legal provision between the EU member states to include the armed forces of the United Kingdom and the countries concerned, although both London and Paris have had warships for patrol and surveillance purposes only.
According to the French authority, if no solution is found, counter-measures are expected on the part of France. Downing Street was informed that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had telephoned Senator John Le Fondrey, a senior minister in Jersey’s local government, on Thursday, assuring him that Jersey could count on London’s full support. Johnson said the British Royal Navy has two Patrol boat As a precaution, it will be on site with a tracking task. London commanded the patrol boats Severn and Lotus from the port of Portsmouth in the south of England to Jersey Beach.
The members of this patrol class are 90.5 meters long, with artillery and short-range air defense equipment in their internal arsenal. One of the most heated discussions between London and the EU last year was precisely the issue of fisheries regulation in a series of talks on the terms of the future relationship between the UK and the EU, with only a handful of fisheries sector accounts. Gives one-tenth of a percent.