by Secretariat of the Council of the European Communities in (Brussels) .
Written in English
Loose-leaf for updating.
|The Physical Object|
For the purpose of implementing the Agreement establishing an Association between the European Economic Community and the Republic of Cyprus, the following products shall be considered as: 1. products originating in the Community, provided that they have been transported to Cyprus directly, within the meaning of Article 5: (a) products. Cyprus is politically, culturally and historically part of Europe and participates in most of its institutions. It has been a full member of the Council of Europe since , of the Conference of Security and Co-operation since , and has concluded an Association Agreement with the European Economic Community in establishing an association between the European Economic Community and the Republic of Cyprus1, so as to provide for preferential conditions for the importation into the Community of certain fish and fishery products originating in the Republic of Cyprus, and into the Republic of Cyprus of certain fish and fishery products. The Agreement in the form of an Exchange of letters between the European Community and the Republic of Cyprus adding a Protocol on mutual administrative assistance in customs matters to the Association Agreement between the European Economic Community and the Republic of Cyprus is hereby approved on behalf of the Community.
Cyprus entered in into negotiations with the Community which were to lead to the signing on 19th December of an Association Agreement between the two parties. The final scope of the said Agreement was the completion in two stages and within a period of ten years of a Customs Union between Cyprus and the EEC. Following Cyprus’ Association Agreement with the European Economic Community and a Customs Union Protocol in , the Republic of Cyprus applied for accession to the European Communities on 4 July The Commission, in its Opinion on File Size: KB. The social and political impact of the Cyprus economic crisis (–) GREGORIS IOANNOU AND GIORGOS CHARALAMBOUS November The economic crisis resulted in the shrinking of the economy and the austerity measures adopted led to the deterioration of . The Fourth Financial Protocol between the European Community and the Republic of Cyprus was signed in and initially covered the period until the end of It provided for a financial aid of a total amount of 74 M ECU, in the form of loans (50 M ECU), grants (22 M .
Agreement establishing an Association between the European Economic Community and Turkey, signed in Ankara on 12 September (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Ankara Agreement’) and shall respectively adopt and take note, like the other Member States of the European Community namely the Kingdom of Belgium, the. Milestones in Cyprus Path to the EU 19 December Signing of an Association Agreement between Cyprus and the European Economic Community which came into force on 1 June 4 July Cyprus applies for membership to the European Communities. 31 March Accession negotiations between Cyprus and the EU start. The Agreement Creating An Association Between The Republic of Turkey and the European Economic Community (commonly known as the Ankara Agreement) (Turkish: Ankara Anlaşması), is a treaty, signed in , which provides for the framework for the co-operation between Turkey and the European Union (EU). DECISION No 1/ OF THE EC-CYPRUS ASSOCIATION COUNCIL of 30 March derogatingfrom the provisions concerningthe definition of the concept of originatingproducts laid down in the Agreement establishing an association between the European Economic Community and the Republic of Cyprus (//EC) THE EC-CYPRUS ASSOCIATION COUNCIL.