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And Gibraltar's border is sorted
An agreement in principle has been reached between the UK and Spain over Gibraltar’s future relationship with the European Union.
The Chief minister says the agreement allows Gibraltar to avert the worst effects of a Hard Brexit. He says no aspect of the agreement transgress Sovereignty, Jurisdiction and Control.
Fabian Picardo says the new proposed agreement will allow Gibraltar to re-set its relationship with Spain.
The agreement will allow for maximised and unrestricted access to the Schengen area, for people and Goods.
A new proposed framework would govern all relationships between Gibraltar and the EU.
Spain as the member state will be responsible for implementing Schengen, which would see the European border Agency Frontex control entry and access points in Gibraltar for an initial period of 4 years.
When asked by GBC, Mr Picardo said people should not be concerned, about Guardia Civil agents controlling Gibraltar’s entry and exit points after the initial 4 year period.
With negotiations having gone to the wire, the Chief Minister says a few lose threads remain and that these will be sorted out over the next few weeks.
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