Immigrant camp in Calais, France, dismantled

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French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin shared the Pas-de-Calais governorate’s statement on his social media account and said that an illegal camp in Calais had been evacuated by judicial decision and investigation.

In the press release from the governor’s office, trying to take refuge in the hangars on the empty land on the road from Saint-Omer to Calais; It was reported that hundreds of immigrants, including around 30 children, had been evicted from their places by the police.

In the statement, it was stated that the immigrants living in the hangar pose a threat to public health, disturb public order and around 50 families living in the vicinity are complaining about the camp.

The French press reported that there had been a two-day clash between the police trying to disperse the camp and the residents of the camp.

We learn that Xavier Bertrand, president of the Hauts-de-France Regional Council, to which the Pas-de-Calais Governorate is affiliated, and Natacha Bouchart, mayor of Calais, complained about the shelters in the hangars in order to prevent training of a large immigrant camp in the city.

In the city of Calais, located on the Belgian-French border, many refugees are trying to cross the Channel to reach England.

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The Calais refugee camp, nicknamed the “Wild Forest”, was destroyed by French police in 2016.

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