Spain and the United Kingdom will share Gibraltar Airport

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation, José Manuel Albarez, chaired a series of meetings at the Ministry’s headquarters to discuss the progress made in the negotiations on Gibraltar. One of the main points of negotiations is the joint use of Gibraltar Airport, a topic of great interest to both Spain and the United Kingdom.

According to Albaris, Cooperation in the use of the airport is a key step to creating a “zone of shared prosperity.” Opening “a new phase of coexistence between Campo Gibraltar and Gibraltar.” This agreement aims to normalize the close economic, commercial and personal relations that already exist in the region under the law, thus eliminating incidents and mistrust.

The meetings were held in the spirit of “institutional loyalty and transparency.” They summoned the municipal and regional authorities In the first session and the social and economic actors of the region in the second. The aim was to report on the progress of the agreement and to listen to the demands and comments of the participants.

During the meetings, Minister Albarez highlighted the progress made at the high-level meeting held on April 12 in Brussels with the Vice-President of the European Commission, Maros Sefcovic, and the Head of British Diplomacy, David Cameron. In this meeting, the first of its kind, general political lines were agreed upon, including the joint use of the airport, as well as issues related to goods and transportation.

Minister Albarez stressed that the negotiations are very complex It includes coordination with other departments such as Interior, Defense, and Treasury. However, he stressed that the priority has always been “the well-being of the 300,000 Andalusians in Campo Gibraltar” and the “thousands of workers” who cross the fence daily. Protecting their rights and the well-being of their families are crucial aspects of negotiations.

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