COOPERATION: The proposal by Boris Johnson was made during the Anglo-French summit …
The British Foreign Minister, Boris Johnson, attended today, Thursday the Anglo-French summit in the presence of French President Emmanuel Macron and has submitted a project for the less daring: a bridge, 35 Kilometres (about 22 miles), which would cross the Channel between France and the United Kingdom, according to comments reported by the newspaper the Guardian .
Macron would not say no
The British foreign minister has thus explained that it was “ridiculous” that two of the largest economies in the world are connected only by a train line.
En marche ! Great meetings with French counterparts today pic.twitter.com/D73B1rSkd3
— Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson) 18 January 2018
Emmanuel Macron would be open to this proposal, considering also the need to develop another link between the two countries. Boris Johnson tweeted a photo of himself with the French president, accompanied by a jovial legend: “En Marche! Beautiful meetings with French counterparts today. “