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Withdrawal Agreement Governing Law

Withdrawal Agreement Governing Law

Regulation (EC) No. 733/2008 of the Council of 15 July 2008 on the import conditions of agricultural products originating in third countries following the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant (194), as the Good Friday or Belfast Agreement of 10 April 1998 between the United Kingdom Government, the Irish Government and other participants in the multi-party negotiations (the “1998 agreement”) annexed to the Anglo-Irish Convention on the same date (the Anglo-Irish Convention), including its subsequent agreements and implementation agreements, should be protected in all parties, 1. The United Kingdom ensures that no reduction in rights, guarantees or equal opportunities, as set out in the part of the 1998 Agreement on Rights, Safeguards and Equal Opportunity, is not the result of its withdrawal from the Union, including in the area of protection against discrimination, as provided for in the provisions of EU law in Appendix 1 of this protocol, and it implements this paragraph through specific mechanisms. In particular, this protocol does not prevent the United Kingdom from entering into agreements with a third country granting preferential access to that country`s market on the same terms as those produced in other parts of the United Kingdom. HIGHLIGHT that the purpose of this agreement is to ensure an orderly exit of the United Kingdom from the EU and Euratom; NOTE that with a view to an orderly exit of the United Kingdom from the Eu, permanent agreements must also be concluded in separate protocols to this agreement, which deal with very specific situations with regard to Ireland, Northern Ireland and the basic sovereign territories of Cyprus, factors which are favourable to the choice of English law to settle international treaties before Brexit and which remain valid after Brexit and maintain English legal provisions by English and English courts. International agreements to which the EU is a party and international agreements concluded by Member States on behalf of the Union; RESOLVED To ensure a withdrawal ordered by various separation provisions aimed at preventing disruption and ensuring legal certainty for citizens and economic operators, as well as for the judicial and administrative authorities of the Eu and the United Kingdom, but without excluding the need for the relevant separation provisions to be replaced by the Agreement (s) on future relations, 2.

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