Gibraltar waits on EU to determine post-Brexit future with Schengen deal set to expire

Last December, just hours before Brexit came into full force, the UK struck a deal with the European Union to keep Gibraltar in the bloc's borderless Schengen area.

That agreement, however, was provisional and now, nearly six months later, it is set to expire by the end of June.
Part of the agreement had aimed to bring down the fence separating Spain from Gibraltar.

Under the deal, Gibraltar, Spain and Frontex would be in charge of the double border control, which would be at the port and the airport.

An extension to the agreement is likely...

A review was still underway before the "next steps" in determining Gibraltar's fate could be decided.

Part of the agreement had aimed to bring down the fence separating Spain from Gibraltar.

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