CONSIDERING that it is in the interests of both the EU and the United Kingdom to set a transition or implementation period during which, despite all the consequences of the UK‘s withdrawal from the EU, the UK‘s participation in EU institutions, bodies and agencies, particularly at the end of the agreement, at the end of the agreement, , the mandates of all members of the EU institutions, the EU institutions and agencies that have been appointed, appointed or elected on and in the United Kingdom as part of the UK‘s accession to the EU — EU law, including international agreements, should apply to the UK and, as a general rule, to Member States with the same effect, in order to avoid any disruption during the negotiation period of the agreement on future relations But sanctions are also sanctions used as a foreign policy instrument by states or groups of countries that cooperate when all other diplomatic methods have failed. These sanctions are sometimes referred to as autonomous sanctions and imposed outside the framework of the UN Security Council. CONSIDERING that, on the basis of the provisions of this Protocol, EU law applicable to sovereign basic territories in certain EU policies after the UK‘s withdrawal from the EU will continue to apply to the United Kingdom during the transitional period (from 23 January to 23 hours of 31 December 2020), in accordance with the UK withdrawal agreement. UN sanctions continue to be enforced by EU law in the UK. Eu sanctions regulations and decisions have had a direct effect on the UK under the European Communities Act 1972 (“The 1972 Act”). In addition, the United Kingdom imposed criminal sanctions for non-compliance with EU sanctions by applying the provisions of the United Kingdom under Article 2, paragraph 2, of the 1972 Act. Without prejudice under Article 127, paragraph 2, the United Kingdom is bound, during the transitional period, through the obligations arising from the international conventions concluded by the Union, member states acting on its behalf or of the Union and its Member States acting together, in accordance with Article 2, (a) iv) (-1) of the framework agreements concluded before the expiry of the transitional period and which have not expired or been terminated on the last day of the transitional period; SAFL provides for the implementation of both UK and EU sanctions. In addition, it repealed the Terrorist Asset Freeze Act (Jersey) in 2011 and the United Nations Financial Sanctions Act (Jersey) 2017 and converted its effects into a single law, so that all UN, UK and EU Security Council denominations on the freezing of terrorist assets continue to have an immediate effect on Jersey , and ensures that the island continues to live up to its commitment. , immediately implement the non-terrorist denominations of the United Nations for asset freezes. CONSIDERING that the UK‘s withdrawal from the EU is an important and unique challenge for the island of Ireland and reaffirming that the achievements, benefits and commitments of the peace process will remain of paramount importance for peace, stability and reconciliation in that country, such as EU air transport law, which was not applicable at Gibraltar Airport before the agreement came into force , will only apply to Gibraltar Airport from the date set for that date. Joint Committee. The Joint Committee takes the decision on this matter after the United Kingdom and Spain have indicated that they have reached a satisfactory agreement on the use of Gibraltar Airport.
2. In the event of disagreement between the EU and the United Kingdom over the reasonable period of time to comply with the arbitration panel‘s decision, the complainant asks in writing to the arbitration panel to stop the reasonable period of time within forty days of the respondent‘s notification.