Withdrawal Agreement Part 3

(136) This should be done in particular by Articles 7, 30, 42, paragraph 4, 48, paragraphs 2 to 6 and 49 kills and articles 25, 76, point b), 82.3, 83.3, 86(1), 87 (3), 135, 218.8, 223 (1), 262, 311 and 341. CONSIDERING that, In order to ensure the correct interpretation and application of this agreement and compliance with the obligations arising from this agreement, it is essential to establish provisions guaranteeing the governance of public administrations, in particular binding rules on dispute resolution and enforcement, which fully respect the autonomy of the respective legal systems of the United Kingdom and the status of the United Kingdom as a third country. , the United Kingdom may, during the transitional period, negotiate, sign and ratify international agreements in its own areas of jurisdiction, unless these agreements enter into force or do not apply during the transitional period, unless the Union authorizes its adoption. The « transitional or implementation period » under Part 4 of the withdrawal agreement currently expires on 31 December 2020. [2] The fundamental principles applicable during this period are (i) that the UK is now a « third country » and therefore cannot participate in decision-making within the EU, but (ii) the vast majority of « EU law » continues to apply to the United Kingdom. [3] REMEMBER that Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom`s customs territory and will benefit from participation in the United Kingdom`s independent trade policy, DE DÉSIRANT define the terms of the United Kingdom`s exit from the EU and Euratom, taking into account the framework of their future relations, where EU acts provide for the participation of Member States, nationals of member states or persons of the Member States or , a procedure or programme that continues to be implemented or begins after the end of the transitional period, and whether such participation would provide access to security information that only Member States, Nationals of Member States or individuals or corporations established or established in a Member State , must, in such exceptional circumstances, include references made to Member States in such ACTS of the Union that they do not include the United Kingdom. The EU informs the United Kingdom of the application of this exemption; (4) Where the procedure in paragraph 1 has been implemented and a decision has been taken in accordance with paragraph 2, and the United Kingdom reminds the Union that the outcome of the procedure under paragraph 1 is not a decision that the articles of this protocol covered in this paragraph should continue to apply in Northern Ireland. so that those articles and other provisions of this protocol, to the extent that these provisions depend on these sections for their application, no longer apply two years after the expiry of the relevant period under paragraph 5.

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