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Cross-channel traffic resumes ・・・


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151438954
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Cross-channel traffic resumes in Calais port after Brexit takes effect
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動画:AFP/アフロ
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2021年1月1日
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After a short New Year's Eve break,cross-Channel traffic between France and the United Kingdom resumes after Britain split from the European Union. IMAGES
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CALAIS,PAS-DE-CALAIS,FRANCEJANUARY 1,2021SOURCE: AFPTVIMAGES (01:43)1. Wide shot lorry manoeuvring to board a ferry2. Wide shot trucks on a ferry boarding ramp3. Pan left truck boarding the ferry4. Wide shot customs dog handler checking a truck in the car park5. Wide shot customs officers on the car park6. Extreme wide shot port of Calais7. Wide shot loading of trucks on a ferry8. Mid shot information board of the port9. Wide shot ferry manoeuvring for departure10. Extreme wide shot ferry leaving the port of Calais

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First ferry docks in France after Britain exits single market
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Calais,France,Jan 1,2021 (AFP) - The first ferry from Britain bound for Calais after the UK's exit from the EU customs union docked in the northern French port on Friday,with three dozen vehicles disembarking in a smooth operation,an AFP correspondent said.The Pride of Kent of P&O Ferries docked in Calais at 0915 GMT,hours after Britain left the customs union and single market in the final act of Brexit.There had been no ferries earlier in the day due to the New Year.Under the rules of the so-called "smart border" implemented by French authorities to minimise queues,hauliers send information on their freight in advance with disembarking traffic either waved through or told to stop for further checks.Of the 36 trucks disembarking from the Pride of Kent,which left from the British port of Dover,three were told to stop for additional checks,the AFP correspondent said.Calais port president Jean-Marc Puissesseau said Thursday that officials were relaxed about the new arrangements after carrying out dry runs and investing 13 million euros ($15.6 million).Some 70 percent of trade between Britain and the EU passes through the French ports of Calais and Dunkirk. On average,60,000 passengers and 12,000 trucks pass through daily.bur-sjw/wdb
 

FOCUSCross-Channel traffic smooth in France as Brexit kicks in By Clément MELKI
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Calais,France,Jan 1,2021 (AFP) - Scores of heavy goods vehicles early Friday passed through the Channel Tunnel connecting Britain and France "without any problem",its operator said,dispelling fears of immediate snarl-ups as Brexit took effect.Almost 200 lorries crossed into France and left the country for the UK after Britain formally left the EU customs union and single market at midnight in the final act of its exit from the European Union,operator Getlink said."The traffic was strong enough for an exceptional and historic night,everything went well," a spokesperson for the group told AFP."All the trucks completed the formalities" required by the fact Britain is no longer part of the EU customs union. "None of the lorries were sent back," the spokesperson said.French officials have insisted that disruption at the frontier in Calais in northern France is being minimised by a so-called "smart border". Hauliers are required to enter information about their freight online in advance with only a rapid scan needed at the border.Once this is done the trucks can either be waved through with a green light or subjected to extra checks if given an orange one.Officials also say that British businesses have also stockpiled for January,which is also a relatively quiet month with little activity after Christmas.The first vehicle to pass through heading for Britain was a heavy goods vehicle from Romania carrying post and parcels,which was symbolically given the go-ahead by Calais mayor Natacha Bouchart."I am very happy,it is a privilege for me," said its driver Toma Moise,62.Bouchart,who pressed the button allowing the lorry to leave,said it was a "historic moment" adding that going back to customs checks after the UK's near half century of EU membership "will have consequences whose range we don't yet know".
- 'Don't fear Brexit' -
There had been immense bottlenecks of traffic after France briefly closed the border in late December when a new coronavirus variant was found in Britain. But with all drivers coming in now taking tests before entering France,the backlog was cleared just in time for the completion of Brexit.The first to submit to a check on entering France was a lorry driven by Ukrainian Viktor who smiled and noted that "colleagues from England said 'congratulations' to me,because I'm the first driver".The first lorries entering France on ferries leaving England for Calais were due later in the morning,after a lull overnight due to the New Year.Calais port president Jean-Marc Puissesseau said Thursday that officials were relaxed about the new arrangements after carrying out dry runs and investing 13 million euros ($15.6 million)."We regret Brexit,but we don't fear it... We are at ease because for three years now we have been able to perfect everything we've prepared," Puissesseau said.Some 70 percent of trade between Britain and the EU passes through the French ports of Calais and Dunkirk. On average,60,000 passengers and 12,000 trucks pass through daily.cmk-cab-sjw/bp
 
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