French President Francois Hollande has told Prime Minister Theresa May that the British should take on their share of responsibility and welcome children from the demolished "Jungle" camp.
France has renewed its request to the United Kingdom to provide shelters to the almost 1,500 refugee children who are forced to stay in temporary shelters on the site of the Calais "jungle" migrant camp, which has recently been cleared.
Mr Hollande was speaking during a visit to an accommodation centre for migrants in Doue-la-Fontaine in western France.
Meanwhile, officials said that more than 2,000 refugees and migrants were sleeping on the streets of northern Paris, with Hollande pledging that these new arrivals would also be evacuated.
Most of the migrants left wandering the Calais "Jungle" were relocated Friday following the camp's demolition, including dozens of the youngsters whose fate has deeply concerned Britain and France.
Britain must take share of responsibility for Calais minors: Hollande was posted in World of TheNews International - https://www.thenews.com.pk on October 30, 2016 and was last updated on October 30, 2016.
But people in France raised concern that migrants will simply set up camp again near the site.
Aid workers, scrambling to find a solution, were given permission to take about 100 minors and adults to a small makeshift school in what was once the camp's southern sector, which was razed by the state in March.
A 24-year-old Sudanese woman Ama, who is six months pregnant, said she had come to Paris from Calais, but that was months ago.
Numerous 5,000 people evacuated from the Jungle have been taken to reception centres around France, where they are being processed and will be able to apply for asylum.
Trump's campaign has been hit by fresh sexual misconduct claims
In recent days, Trump has also accused special interests and global corporate interests of conspiring with Clinton and the media. Prepping for the third and final presidential debate , the Trump campaign is surveying its supporters for performance tips.
Officials have said they hope to complete the demolition by Monday night.
Media captionThe BBC's Hugh Schofield meets migrants from Calais in their new homes What was the Jungle?
The makeshift camps in Calais on the English Channel and in the French capital have become visible symbols of the country's struggle to accommodate migrants and refugees seeking better lives in Europe.
(AP Photo/Christophe Ena). People walk between tents in a makeshift camp, in Paris, France, Friday, Oct. 28, 2016. A mechanical digger and other machines tore at structures in the camp, which was ravaged by fires after authorities moved in to clear the settlement.
The French President said the children, most of whom are living in shipping containers in the remains of the so-called Jungle camp, would be transferred "very quickly" elsewhere.
The accommodation soon filled to capacity and now numerous migrants have been forced to sleep outdoors.
Numerous migrants in Calais had contacts in Britain and believed their job prospects there to be better than in France.
The first two young unaccompanied boys have arrived in Derbyshire from Calais as the camp, known as The Jungle, has started being dismantled.
"Some of them come from Calais, others from other places".