The Interior Ministry said on Thursday that France had decided to ease travel restrictions on British residents of the European Union who want to return to their homes in other European countries “by the end of the year”.
The ministry has decided to send “guidelines for tolerance” to border posts, saying many British citizens have traveled to the UK for the holidays “in good faith” and “have difficulty returning to their home country”. .
New French regulations relating to Covit-19 are causing confusion in the UK, with the French government deciding on December 28 to ban the use of the English Channel by the British, except in France.
Eurotunnel, which connects the two countries, explained on Wednesday that “if they do not have French residency, British citizens are now considered Third Nationals and cannot cross into France to reach the EU country where they live”.
To deal with this situation the Home Ministry has now come to say that it will be convenient to pass these persons, but insists that there is no change in the rules and that after the ‘Brexit’, the use of border instructions. .
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