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International agreements to which the EU is a party and international agreements concluded by Member States on behalf of the Union; (*1) The EU informs the other parties to the agreements that during the transitional period, the United Kingdom must be treated as a member state for the purposes of these agreements. When the agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community comes into force on 1 February 2020, the transitional period which will end on 31 December 2020 (in accordance with the withdrawal agreement) begins. The first paragraph does not apply when protection in the EU is derived from international agreements to which the Union is a party. REAFFIRMING that the UK`s withdrawal from the EU should not infringe on the rights and obligations of the Republic of Cyprus under EU law, nor on the rights and obligations of the parties to the Treaty; „delivery of property for distribution, consumption or use,“ i.e., after the manufacturing phase, an individually identifiable existing and identifiable commodity is the subject of a written or oral agreement between two or more individuals or corporations regarding the transfer of ownership, any other right of ownership or possession of the goods in question, or is the subject of an offer to a legal or natural person to a legal or natural person to enter into an agreement; The legislation to implement the withdrawal law passed by the United Kingdom in June 2018, the European Union Withdrawal Act (Withdrawal Act), established that the „Day of Exit“ would be 29 March 2019 at 11pm. On the `exit day`, the UNITED Kingdom would no longer be a Member State. Negotiations have taken place to put in place transitional transitional arrangements for a period after the „exit day“. However, the UK Withdrawal Act contained a provision that required Parliament`s approval of a withdrawal agreement. In December 2018, the BRITISH government agreed with the EU on a „withdrawal agreement“ but was unable to win Parliament`s approval. However, Article 50 provides for a possible extension if all other Member States agree. After two difficult weeks in the British Parliament, the MEMBER on Thursday (March 14th) passed a motion calling on the Commission to request an extension until the end of June 2019. Without prejudice to Article 71, in addition to EU legislation on the protection of personal data, THE provisions of EU law relating to confidential treatment: limitation of use, limitation of storage and obligation to dispose of data and information apply to data and information collected from UK official authorities or agencies or by commissioning entities within the meaning of Article 4 of the 2014/25/EU Directive of the European Parliament and the Council (92): 5. This appropriate period may be extended by the mutual agreement of the Union and the United Kingdom.

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