b) Similar provisions apply to any non-member party of the Fund from the date that contracting party becomes a member of the Fund or enters into a specific exchange agreement in accordance with Article XV of the 1994 GATT. According to the revised GPA, the timetable for each part has seven annexes: on behalf of the European Community (now the European Union), the decision approves the agreement establishing the World Trade Organization (WTO). > Go to a basic statement of agreements … > … ie a technical list > of abbreviations (b) The European Communities and Ukraine state that, in accordance with the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement signed in Luxembourg on 14 June 1994 and the interim agreement that followed and which was signed on the same day, the trade in nuclear materials between them is subject exclusively to the provisions of a specific agreement between the European Atomic Energy Community and Ukraine. Until this specific agreement comes into force, the provisions of the Agreement on Trade and Economic and Trade Cooperation between the European Economic Community, the European Atomic Energy Community and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, signed in Brussels on 18 December 1989, apply exclusively to the exchange of nuclear materials between them. The WTOs agreements are often regarded as the final act of the Uruguay Round of 1986-1994, although the final act is, strictly speaking, the first of the agreements. You can download these texts as WordPerfect or PDF files. The references in Schedule 7 of the revised MPA are in the form of general observations under the 1994 MPA. In addition, all products are covered by both versions of the GPA, unless they are expressly excluded. While the 1994 GPA does not have an appendix, this general rule is contained in a separate appendix in the revised MPA.
c) The European Communities and Kazakhstan declare that, under the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement concluded in Brussels on 20 May 1994, trade in nuclear materials between them is subject exclusively to the provisions of a specific agreement to be concluded between the European Atomic Energy Community and Kazakhstan. (a) The European Communities and the Russian Federation declare that, pending further agreement, the exchange of nuclear materials between them is governed by Article 22 of the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement establishing a partnership between the European Communities and their Member States, on the one hand, and the Russian Federation, on the other, signed in Corfu on 24 June 1994. , the appendices of the letters and the related joint declaration, as well as the disputes relating to those exchanges, are subject to the procedures set out in that agreement.