Withdrawal Agreement Sanctions

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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 EUEU 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.

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