News News Flash - Communication on preparations for the final phase of Brexit 11/09/2020

The United Kingdom left the European Union and Euratom on 1 February 2020, and the Withdrawal Agreement between the Union and the United Kingdom entered into force on that date.

In accordance with the Withdrawal Agreement, European Union law continues to apply to, and in the United Kingdom until 31 December 2020, ie, during the “transition period”.

The agreement includes provisions designed to provide legal certainty and reduce the impact of the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union and its Single Market and Customs Union, particularly in areas such as citizens' rights, financial obligations, control of goods. and customs duties.

Aware of the changes ahead, the Commission recently issued a Communication which aims to identify the main areas of change that will occur in any case - ie, regardless of whether an agreement exists on a future partnership between the European Union and the United Kingdom - after the end of the transition period, as well as making recommendations to facilitate the adaptation of citizens, public administrations, companies and other interested parties to these same changes.

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