France to launch litigation on post-Brexit fishing licences in early Jan. – minister

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FILE PHOTO: French fishermen repair their nets at Boulogne-sur-Mer, northern France

PARIS – Litigation against Britain on the issue of post-Brexit fishing licences will be kicked-off in early January, French Europe Minister Clement Beaune told France 2 television on Thursday.

There will be a high-profile meeting with EU representatives on Jan. 4, Beaune said, adding that litigation at a special tribunal put in place by the Brexit accords will start in “the very first days of January”.

(Reporting by Tassilo Hummel, editing by Mathieu Rosemain)


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