Brexit: Spain and UK agree on Gibraltar, where Schengen agreement will now come into force

London and Madrid have reached “an agreement in principle” on Gibraltar, which will allow Spain’s border and the British enclave south of the Iberian Peninsula to maintain freedom of movement, the minister announced on Thursday. The Spanish Foreign Minister, Archana Gonzalez brought.

The agreement was reached just hours before Brexit entered into force at midnight Thursday (2300 GMT), and thus prevents the border of Gibraltar and Spain from being converted to a “hard” border from Friday. Between Britain and the European Union.

Schengen agreement will now apply to Gibraltar

The Spangen Agreement, which guarantees free movement of people between 26 European states without passport control, will now apply to the British enclave of Gibraltar, located south of the British peninsula, Spain’s trade minister later said. Foreigners.

“There is no longer a barrier. Schengen applies to Gibraltar (in its relations) with Spain, making it possible to remove control between Gibraltar and Spain, making it possible to remove the barrier,” he said. Arancha brought Gonzalez a few hours before Brexit’s entry into force.

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