Withdrawal Agreement Article 4

VU the guidelines of 29 April and 15 December 2017 and 23 March 2018, presented by the European Council and in the light of which the Union concludes the agreement of withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the Union and Euratom, framework agreements concluded before the expiration of the transitional period and which have not been passed or denounced on the last day of the transitional period; the obligations of The Member States acting on their behalf, the Union or the Member States acting jointly, insofar as they relate to trade in goods between the EU and third countries, since sovereign base territories should remain part of the Union`s customs territory after the UK`s withdrawal from the Union, where protection in the Union is derived from international agreements of which the Union is a member. Articles 29, paragraphs 2, 3 and 4 of Directive 2009/81/EC, Article 33, paragraphs 2 to 5, directive 2014/24/EU and Article 51, paragraph 2, of the 2014/24/EU Directive. 2 of the 2014/25/EU Directive on the implementation of the following framework agreements concluded by contracting powers or contracting entities of the Member States or the United Kingdom, including contracting on the basis of such framework agreements: 60.In in particular, there is no agreement on the right to return to life (where a family or professional obligation implies that a person leaves the country for five years and does not enjoy a regulated status). In addition, the UK Government has decided not to issue free new residence documents for regulated status.61 It is also not expected that EU citizens residing in the UK will retain their right to vote in elections to the European Parliament. This also applies to Irish citizens residing in Northern Ireland, despite the prospect that essential elements of EU law will continue to apply in Northern Ireland.62 The EU and its Member States, for their part, have not accepted that British citizens continue to travel from one Member State to another within the EU. CONSIDERING that, on the basis of the provisions of this Protocol, EU law will apply to the sovereign basic territories of certain EU policies after the UK`s withdrawal from the Eu, to the international conventions to which the Union is a party and to international agreements concluded by Member States on behalf of the Union; REAFFIRMING that the rules applicable to relations between the Union and the basic sovereign territories after the UK`s withdrawal from the Eu should continue to be established within the framework of the accession of the Republic of Cyprus to the Union, even after the UK`s withdrawal from the Eu; “custody rights”: custody of children within the meaning of Article 2, point 9, of Regulation (EC) No. 2201/2003 of the Council (6), including rights conferred by judgment, legal protection or intellectual property rights.