Law Approving The Treaty Between The Kingdom Of Belgium, The Republic Of Bulgaria, The Czech Republic, The Kingdom Of Denmark, The Federal Republic Of Germany, The Republic Of Estonia, The Ireland, The Hellenic Republic, The Kingdom Of Spain

Original Language Title: Loi portant assentiment au Traité entre le Royaume de Belgique, la République de Bulgarie, la République tchèque, le Royaume de Danemark, la République fédérale d'Allemagne, la République d'Estonie, l'Irlande, la République hellénique, le Royaume d'Espagn

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Posted the: 2013-07-02 Numac: 2013015090 FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE Foreign Affairs, trade outside and 17 February 2013 development COOPERATION. -Law on consent to the Treaty between the Kingdom of Belgium, the Republic of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, the Kingdom of Denmark, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Republic of Estonia, the Ireland, the Hellenic Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, the French Republic, the Italian Republic, the Republic of Cyprus, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Republic of Hungary , the Republic of Malta, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Poland, the Portuguese Republic, the Romania, the Republic of Slovenia, the Slovak Republic, the Republic of Finland, the Kingdom of Sweden and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Member States of the Union European) and the Republic of Croatia concerning the accession of the Republic of Croatia to the Union European , and the final act, made in Brussels on 9 December 2011 (1) (2) ALBERT II, King of the Belgians, to all, present and future, hi.
The Chambers have adopted and we endorse the following: Article 1. This Act regulates a matter referred to in article 77 of the Constitution.
S. 2. the Treaty between the Kingdom of Belgium, the Republic of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, the Kingdom of Denmark, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Republic of Estonia, the Ireland, the Hellenic Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, the French Republic, the Italian Republic, the Republic of Cyprus, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Republic of Hungary, the Republic of Malta , the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Poland, the Portuguese Republic, the Romania, the Republic of Slovenia, the Slovak Republic, the Republic of Finland, the Kingdom of Sweden and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Member States of the Union European), and the Republic of Croatia concerning the accession of the Republic of Croatia to the Union European , and the final act, made in Brussels on 9 December 2011, will release their full and complete effect.
Promulgate this Act, order that it self under the seal of the State and published by le Moniteur.
Given in Brussels, February 17, 2013.
ALBERT by the King: the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs, international trade and European Affairs, D. REYNDERS sealed with the seal of the State: the Minister of Justice, Ms. A. TURTELBOOM _ Notes (1) Session 2011-2012.
Senate.
Documents: Bill filed on 11/14/2012, no. 5 - 1837/1.
Annexes, no. 5-1837/2.
Report on behalf of the Committee, no 5-1837/3.

Parliamentary Annals: Discussion, meeting of December 13, 2012.
Vote, meeting of December 13, 2012.
Room.
Documents: Draft transmitted by the Senate, no. 53-2575/1.
Report made on behalf of the commission, no. 53 - 2575/2 text adopted in plenary meeting and submitted to the Royal assent, no 53-2575/3.
Parliamentary Annals: Discussion, meeting of January 24, 2013.
Vote, meeting of January 24, 2013.
((2) see Decree of the Flemish community / the Flemish Region March 8, 2013 (Moniteur belge of April 5, 2013 (2nd Ed.)), Decree of the French community of 24 January 2013 (Moniteur belge of 6 March 2013), Decree of the German-speaking community of 22 October 2012) (Moniteur belge of 9 November 2012), Decree of the Walloon Region from January 31, 2013 (Moniteur belge of February 11, 2013 and February 12, 2013) Order of the Brussels-Capital Region by December 21, 2012 (Moniteur belge of 8 February 2013), order of the common Community Commission of March 15, 2013 (Moniteur belge of 25 March 2013 (ed. 3).

Treaty matter to the accession of the Republic of Croatia TABLE of contents A. Treaty between the Kingdom of Belgium, the Republic of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, the Kingdom of Denmark, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Republic of Estonia, the Ireland, the Hellenic Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, the French Republic, the Italian Republic, the Republic of Cyprus, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania , the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Republic of Hungary, the Republic of Malta, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Poland, the Portuguese Republic, the Romania, the Republic of Slovenia, the Slovak Republic, the Republic of Finland, the Kingdom of Sweden and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Member States of the Union European) and the Republic of Croatia concerning the accession of the Republic of Croatia to the Union European B. Act concerning the conditions of accession to the European Union of the Republic of Croatia and the adjustments of the Treaty on European Union, the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union and the Treaty establishing the European Community of Atomic Energy first part: principles part II: the adjustments to the treaties title I: institutional provisions title II: other adaptations third part: permanent provisions part IV: temporary provisions title I : Measures transitional title II: institutional provisions title III: financial provisions title IV: other provisions part 5: provisions relating to the implementation of the present Act Title I: Adaptations of the rules of procedure of the institutions and statutes and rules of procedure of the committees title II: applicability of the acts of the institutions title III: final provisions ANNEXES annex I: list of conventions and protocols to which the Republic of Croatia accede upon accession (referred to in article 3 (, paragraph 4, of the Act of accession) annex II: list of provisions of the Schengen acquis integrated into the European Union and the acts building upon it or otherwise related to it, which are binding on and applicable in the Republic of Croatia as from accession (referred to in article 4, paragraph 1, of the Act of accession) Annex III: list referred to in article 15 of the Act of accession : adaptation of the acts adopted by the institutions 1. Freedom to provide services 2. Property law intellectual I. Community trade mark II. Supplementary certificates of protection III. Community designs 3. Financial services 4. Agriculture 5. Sin 6. Taxation 7. Regional policy and coordination of structural instruments 8. Environment annex IV: List referred to in article 16 of the Act of accession: other permanent provisions 1. Intellectual property law 2. 3 competition policy. Agriculture 4. Fishing 5. Customs Union Appendix to annex IV annex V: list referred to in article 18 of the Act of accession: transitional measures 1. Free movement of goods 2. Free movement of persons 3. Free movement of capital 4. Agriculture I. transitional measures in favour of Croatia II. Transitional tariff quota for raw cane sugar for refining III purposes. Temporary measures in matters of direct payments for the Croatia 5. Safety of food, veterinary and phytosanitary policy I.
Hens II. Establishments (meat, milk, fish and animal by-products) III. Marketing of seed IV. Neum 6. Sin 7. 8 transport policy. Taxation 9. Freedom, security and justice 10. Environment I. horizontal Legislation II. III air quality. IV waste management. Water quality V. Integrated Prevention and pollution (control IPPC) VI. Chemical Appendix to annex V annex VI: rural development (referred to in article 35, paragraph 2, of the Act of accession) annex VII: specific commitments made by the Republic of Croatia in accession negotiations (referred to in article 36, paragraph 1, second subparagraph, of the Act of accession) annex VIII: commitments made by the Republic of Croatia with regard to the restructuring of the sector of shipbuilding (referred to in article 36 (, paragraph 1, third subparagraph, of the Act of accession) annex IX: commitments made by the Republic of Croatia with regard to the restructuring of the steel industry (referred to in article 36, paragraph 1, third subparagraph, of the Act of accession) protocol protocol for certain provisions concerning a possible transfer unique in the Republic of Croatia of AAUs issued on the basis of the Kyoto Protocol to the framework convention of the United Nations on climate change as well as the compensation y related act FINAL I.
Text of the final Act II. Statements A. Joint Declaration by the present Member States Joint Declaration on the implementation of common all of the provisions of the Schengen B. Declaration by various present Member States Joint Declaration by the Federal Republic of Germany and the Republic of Austria on the free movement of workers: Croatia v. Joint Declaration by the present Member States and the Republic of Croatia Joint Declaration on the European Development Fund D. Declaration by the Republic of Croatia statement of the Republic of Croatia concerning the transitional arrangements for the liberalisation of the Croatian agricultural land market III. Exchange of letters between the European Union and the Republic of Croatia concerning a procedure for information and consultation for the adoption of certain decisions and other measures to be taken during the period preceding accession treaty

BETWEEN THE KINGDOM OF BELGIUM, THE REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA, THE CZECH REPUBLIC, THE KINGDOM OF DENMARK, THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY, THE REPUBLIC OF ESTONIA, THE IRELAND, THE HELLENIC REPUBLIC, THE KINGDOM OF SPAIN, THE FRENCH REPUBLIC, THE ITALIAN REPUBLIC, THE REPUBLIC OF CYPRUS, THE REPUBLIC OF LATVIA, THE REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA, THE GRAND-DUCHY OF LUXEMBOURG, THE REPUBLIC OF HUNGARY, THE REPUBLIC OF MALTA, THE KINGDOM OF NETHERLANDS , HAS THE REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA, THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND, THE PORTUGUESE REPUBLIC, ROMANIA, THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA, THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC, THE REPUBLIC OF FINLAND, THE KINGDOM OF SWEDEN AND THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND OF THE NORTH (EU MEMBER STATES) AND THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA CONCERNING THE ACCESSION OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA HAS THE EU HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF THE BELGIANS , THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA, THE PRESIDENT OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC, HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN OF DENMARK, THE PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY, THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF ESTONIA, THE PRESIDENT OF IRELAND, THE PRESIDENT OF THE HELLENIC REPUBLIC, HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF SPAIN, THE PRESIDENT OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC, THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA, THE PRESIDENT OF THE ITALIAN REPUBLIC , THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF CYPRUS, THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF LATVIA, THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA, HIS HIGHNESS THE GRAND DUKE OF LUXEMBOURG, THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF HUNGARY, THE PRESIDENT OF MALTA, HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN OF THE NETHERLANDS, THE FEDERAL PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA, THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND, THE PRESIDENT OF THE PORTUGUESE REPUBLIC , The PRESIDENT of Romania, the PRESIDENT of the Republic of Slovenia, the PRESIDENT of the Slovak Republic, the President of the Republic of Finland, the Government of the Kingdom of Sweden, her Majesty the Queen of United Kingdom of Britain and Northern Ireland, United in the desire to pursue the achievement of the objectives of the European Union, determined to continue the process of creating on the foundations already laid, of an ever closer union among the peoples of Europe, whereas that article 49 of the Treaty on European Union offers European States the opportunity of becoming members of the Union, whereas the Republic of Croatia has applied for membership of the Union, whereas the Council, after obtaining the opinion of the Committee and the approval of the European Parliament was in favour of the admission of the Republic of Croatia, have agreed to the conditions of admission and the adaptations to be made to the Treaty on European Union, to the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union and to the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community, and have appointed as their Plenipotentiaries: His Majesty the King of the BELGIANS, the PRESIDENT of the Republic of Bulgaria THE PRESIDENT OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC, HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN OF DENMARK, THE PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY, THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF ESTONIA, THE PRESIDENT OF IRELAND, THE PRESIDENT OF THE HELLENIC REPUBLIC, HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF SPAIN, THE PRESIDENT OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC, THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA, THE PRESIDENT OF THE ITALIAN REPUBLIC, THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF CYPRUS , THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF LATVIA, THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA, HIS HIGHNESS THE GRAND DUKE OF LUXEMBOURG, THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF HUNGARY, THE PRESIDENT OF MALTA, HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN OF THE NETHERLANDS, THE FEDERAL PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA, THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND, THE PRESIDENT OF THE PORTUGUESE REPUBLIC, THE PRESIDENT OF ROMANIA , The PRESIDENT of the Republic of Slovenia, PRESIDENT of the Slovak Republic, the President of the Republic of Finland, the Government of Kingdom of Sweden, her Majesty the Queen of United Kingdom of Britain and Northern Ireland, who, having exchanged their full powers, found in good and due form, have agreed as follows: ARTICLE 1 1. The Republic of Croatia became a member of the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community.
2. the Republic of Croatia became a party to the Treaty on European Union, to the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union and to the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community, as amended or supplemented.
3. the conditions of admission and the adjustments that this admission leads in what concerns the treaties referred to in paragraph 2 contained in the Act annexed to this Treaty. The provisions of this Act are an integral part of this Treaty.
ARTICLE 2 the provisions concerning the rights and obligations of the Member States and the powers and competences of the institutions of the Union as reflected in treaties to which the Republic of Croatia becomes part under article 1, paragraph 2, shall apply to this Treaty.
SECTION 3(1). This Treaty is ratified by the High Contracting Parties, in accordance with their respective constitutional rules.
Instruments of ratification shall be deposited with the Government of the Italian Republic by June 30, 2013.
2. by ratifying this Treaty, the Republic of Croatia is also deemed to have ratified or approved any amendment of the treaties referred to in article 1, paragraph 2, open to ratification or approval by Member States pursuant to article 48 of the Treaty on the European Union at the time of ratification of this Treaty by the Republic of Croatia, as well as any act of the institutions , adopted auditing time or earlier and which enter into force after having been approved by States in accordance with their respective constitutional rules.
3. this Treaty shall enter into force on July 1, 2013 provided that all instruments of ratification have been deposited before that date.
4. by way of derogation from paragraph 3, the institutions of the Union may adopt before accession the measures referred to in article 3, paragraph 7, article 6, paragraph 2, second subparagraph, article 6, paragraph 3, second subparagraph, article 6, paragraph 6, second and third subparagraphs, article 6, paragraph 7, second paragraph, in article 6, paragraph 8, third paragraph, article 17 , in article 29, paragraph 1, article 30, paragraph 5, article 31, paragraph 5, article 35, paragraphs 3 and 4, articles 38, 39, 41, 42, 43, 44, 49, 50 and 51, as well as annexes IV to VI of the Act referred to in article 1(3).
These measures only come into force only subject to and on the date of the entry into force of this Treaty.
5. Notwithstanding paragraph 3, article 36 of the Act referred to in article 1, paragraph 3, shall apply immediately upon the signing of this Treaty.
ARTICLE 4 the present Treaty written in one single language German, English, Bulgarian, Croatian, Danish, Spanish, Estonian, Finnish, French, Greek, Hungarian, Irish, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Swedish, and Czech, the texts in each of these languages being equally authentic, is deposited in the archives of the Government of the Italian Republic, which shall transmit a certified copy to each of the Governments of the other signatory States.
IN witness whereof, the undersigned Plenipotentiaries have affixed their signatures at the bottom of this Treaty.

Act concerning the CONDITIONS of accession has the European UNION of the Republic of Croatia and the adjustments to the Treaty on the European UNION, of the Treaty on the functioning of the UNION European and of Treaty establishing the Community European energy Atomic first part the principles ARTICLE I within the meaning of this Act, means:-'original Treaties': a) the Treaty on European Union (TEU) and the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union (TFEU) as they have been amended or supplemented by treaties or other acts which entered into force before the accession of the Republic of Croatia;
b) the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community (hereinafter referred to as 'EAEC Treaty'), as amended or supplemented by treaties or other acts which entered into force before accession of the Republic of Croatia;
-' Current Member States', the Kingdom of Belgium, the Republic of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, the Kingdom of Denmark, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Republic of Estonia, the Ireland, the Hellenic Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, the French Republic, the Italian Republic, the Republic of Cyprus, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Republic of Hungary, the Republic of Malta the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Poland, the Portuguese Republic, the Romania, the Republic of Slovenia, the Slovak Republic, the Republic of Finland, the Kingdom of Sweden and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland;
-'Union', European Union based on the TEU and TFEU and/or, as appropriate, the European Atomic Energy Community;
-'institutions', the institutions established by the EU Treaty.
ARTICLE 2 from the date of accession, the provisions of the original treaties and acts adopted before accession, by institutions bind Croatia and are applicable in that State under the conditions laid down by such treaties and in this Act.
When amendments to the original treaties were adopted by mutual agreement by representatives

Governments of the Member States under article 48, paragraph 4, TEU, after the ratification of the Treaty of accession by Croatia, and that these changes have not entered into force by the date of accession, Croatia ratified these amendments in accordance with its constitutional rules.
SECTION 3(1). Croatia adheres to the decisions and agreements adopted by the heads of State or Government of the Member States meeting within the European Council.
2. Croatia adheres to the decisions and agreements adopted by the representatives of the Governments of the Member States meeting within the Council.
3. Croatia is located in the same situation as the present Member States with respect to declarations, resolutions or other positions taken by the European Council or the Council as well as those relating to the Union which shall be adopted by mutual agreement by the Member States. As a result, Croatia will adhere to the principles and guidelines arising out of the said declarations, resolutions or other positions taken and will take measures that may prove necessary to ensure the implementation.
4. Croatia adheres to the conventions and protocols listed in the annex. These conventions and protocols enter into force, with respect to Croatia and the date fixed by the Council in the decisions referred to in paragraph 5.
5. the Council, acting unanimously on a recommendation from the Commission and after consulting the European Parliament, decides to make all the adjustments required by the accession to the conventions and protocols referred to in paragraph 4 and publishes texts adapted to the Official Journal of the European Union.
6. with regard to the conventions and protocols referred to in paragraph 4, Croatia undertakes to introduce administrative and other arrangements similar to those adopted by the date of accession by the present Member States or by the Council and to facilitate cooperation practice among institutions and organizations of the Member States.
7. the Council, acting unanimously on a proposal from the Commission, may supplement annex I by conventions, agreements and relevant protocols that have been signed before the date of accession.
ARTICLE 4 1. The provisions of the Schengen acquis referred to in the Protocol on the Schengen acquis integrated into the European Union (hereinafter referred to as the 'Schengen Protocol'), annexed to the TEU and the TFEU, and actions based thereon or otherwise related to it, listed in annex II, as well as any new Act of this nature adopted before the date of accession, are binding for Croatia and apply from the date of accession.
2. the provisions of the Schengen have been included as part of the Union acquis European acts based thereon or otherwise related and which are not referred to in paragraph 1, even though they were binding for Croatia from the date of accession, shall apply in Croatia as a result of a decision of the Council to this effect after it has been checked in accordance with the assessment procedures applicable Schengen, that the necessary conditions for the application of all parts of the acquis concerned, including the effective implementation of the whole of the Schengen rules, in accordance with the common criteria adopted as well as the fundamental principles, are met in Croatia. The Commission shall take this decision, in accordance with the applicable Schengen procedures and taking into account a report by the Commission confirms that Croatia continues to abide by the relevant commitments for the Schengen acquis it made during the negotiations on its accession.
The Council, after consulting the European Parliament, shall decide by unanimity of its members representing the Governments of the Member States for which the provisions referred to in this paragraph have already taken effect and of the representative of the Government of the Republic of Croatia. The members of the Council representing the Governments of the Ireland and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland participate in making this decision insofar as it relates to the provisions of the Schengen acquis and the acts building upon it or otherwise related to it, to which those Member States are parties.
ARTICLE 5 Croatia participates in economic and Monetary Union from the date of accession as a Member State subject to a derogation within the meaning of article 139 of the TFEU.
ARTICLE 6 1. Agreements concluded or provisionally applied by the Union with one or more third countries, an international organization or a national of a third country, link Croatia in the conditions laid down in the original treaties and in this Act.
2. Croatia undertakes to accede, under the conditions laid down in the present Act, agreements concluded or signed by the present Member States and the Union with one or more third countries, or an international organization.
Unless otherwise laid down in specific agreements referred to in the first subparagraph, the accession of Croatia in such agreements is approved by the conclusion of a protocol to such agreements between the Council, acting unanimously on behalf of the Member States and the third country or international organisation concerned. The Commission, or the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and security (hereinafter referred to as the top "representative") policy when the agreement focuses exclusively on foreign policy and common security, negotiates these protocols on behalf of the Member States on the basis of negotiating directives approved by the Council acting unanimously after consultation of a Committee composed of representatives of the Member States. The Commission or the High Representative, where appropriate, submit the draft protocols to the Council so that they are concluded.
This procedure shall not affect the exercise by the Union of its competences and does not affect the distribution of competences between it and the Member States with regard to the conclusion of the agreements of this nature in the future or any amendments not related to accession.
3. as from the date of accession, and pending the entry into force of the necessary protocols referred to in paragraph 2, second subparagraph, Croatia applies the provisions of the agreements referred to in paragraph 2, first subparagraph, concluded or applied temporarily before the date of accession, except with regard to the agreement between the community and its Member States, of one part, and the Swiss Confederation other, on the free movement of persons (1).
Pending the entry into force of the protocols referred to in paragraph 2, second subparagraph, the Union and the Member States, acting jointly, if appropriate, within their respective competencies, take all appropriate measures.
4. Croatia joins the partnership agreement between the members of the Group of African States, the Caribbean and the Pacific, on the one hand, and the community and its Member States, on the other hand, signed in Cotonou on 23 June 2000 (2), as well as to the two agreements amending the agreement, signed in Luxembourg on 25 June 2005 (3) and opened for signature at Ouagadougou on June 22, 2010 (4) respectively.
5. Croatia agrees to become a party, to the conditions laid down in this Act, to the agreement on the European economic area (5), in accordance with article 128 of that agreement.
6. as from the date of accession, Croatia applies the bilateral agreements and arrangements on textiles concluded between the Union and third countries.
The quantitative restrictions applied by the Union on imports of textile products and clothing are adapted to take account of the accession of Croatia to the Union. This effect, amendments to the agreements and bilateral textile agreements referred to in the first subparagraph may be negotiated by the Union with third countries concerned before the date of accession.
If the amendments to the bilateral agreements and arrangements on textiles are not entered into force by the date of accession, the Union provides the necessary modifications to the rules that it applies to imports of textile products and clothing from third countries in order to take account of the accession of Croatia.
7. the quantitative restrictions applied by the Union on imports of steel and steel products shall be adapted to the imports of steel and steel products from the suppliers concerned countries by Croatia in recent years.
For this purpose, the necessary changes to be made to the bilateral agreements and arrangements concerning steel products concluded between the Union and third countries are negotiated before the date of accession.
If amendments to the agreements and bilateral arrangements for steel products are not entered into force by the date of accession, the provisions of the first subparagraph shall apply.
8. from the date of accession, the management of the agreements concluded before this date between Croatia and third countries in the fisheries sector is ensured by the Union.
The rights and obligations for Croatia, arising from these agreements are not questioned in the period during which the provisions of those agreements are provisionally applied.
As soon as possible, and in any case before the expiry of the agreements referred to in the first subparagraph, the Council, acting by a qualified majority on a proposal from the Commission, adopt the case by case decisions providing for the continuation of fishing activities that are the subject of these agreements, including the possibility of extending some

agreements for a maximum period of one year.
9. Croatia withdraw from any free trade agreement concluded with third countries, including such central European free trade agreement as amended.

Insofar as the agreements concluded between Croatia, on the one hand, and one or more third countries, on the other hand, are not compatible with the obligations arising from this Act, Croatia takes all appropriate steps to eliminate the incompatibilities established. If Croatia is facing difficulties to adapt an agreement concluded with one or more third countries, she withdrew from this agreement.
Croatia takes all the necessary measures to ensure compliance with the obligations laid down in this paragraph from the date of accession.
10. Croatia joins, the conditions laid down in the present Act, to the internal agreements concluded by the present Member States for the purposes of the implementation of the agreements referred to in paragraphs 2 and 4.
11. Croatia takes appropriate measures to adapt, where appropriate, its situation with respect to international organizations and international agreements to which the Union or other Member States are also parties, to the rights and obligations resulting from the accession of Croatia to the Union.
In particular, Croatia withdrew agreements and international fisheries organizations to which the Union is also part, unless his participation in those agreements or organizations relates to areas other than fisheries.
Croatia takes all the necessary measures to ensure compliance with the obligations laid down in this paragraph from the date of accession.
ARTICLE 7 1. The provisions of this Act may not, unless it provides otherwise, be suspended, amended or repealed only according to the procedures laid down in the original treaties enabling lead to a revision of these treaties.
2. acts adopted by the institutions to which the transitional provisions laid down in this Act relate shall retain their legal nature; in particular, the procedures for amending these acts shall continue to apply.
3. the provisions of this Act which have as their object or effect to repeal or amend acts adopted by the institutions, unless these provisions have a transitional character, acquire the same legal nature as the provisions so repealed or amended, and are subject to the same rules as the latter.
ARTICLE 8 the application of the original treaties and acts adopted by the institutions is under transitional derogations provided for by this Act.
SECOND part on ADAPTATIONS of treaties title I provisions institutional ARTICLE 9 the Protocol on the Statute of the Court of justice of the European Union, annexed to the TEU and the TFEU the EAEC Treaty, shall be amended as follows: 1) in article 9 the first paragraph is replaced by the following text: "partial replacement of the judges, which takes place every three years. door on fourteen judges.
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(2) article 48 is replaced by the following: "Article 48 the Court shall consist of twenty-eight judges.".
ARTICLE 10 the Protocol on the Statute of the European Investment Bank annexed to the TEU and the TFEU, is amended as follows: 1) in article 4, paragraph 1, first subparagraph: has) the first sentence is replaced by the following: '1. the Bank has a 233 247 390 000 EUR capital subscribed by Member States up to the following amounts. : »;
(b) the following is inserted between the reference to the Romania and that relating to the Slovakia: 'Croatie854 400 000.
(2) in article 9, paragraph 2, the first, second and third subparagraphs are replaced by the following: '2. the Board of Directors is composed of twenty-nine directors and nineteen alternates.
The directors are appointed for a period of five years by the Board of Governors. Each Member State designates one and the Commission designates one also.
Alternate directors are appointed for a period of five years by the Board of Governors by reason of: - two alternates nominated by the Federal Republic of Germany, - two alternates nominated by the French Republic, - two alternates nominated by the Italian Republic, - two alternates nominated by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, - an alternate designated by common agreement between the Kingdom of Spain and the Portuguese Republic -an alternate designated by common agreement between the Kingdom of Belgium, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the Kingdom of the Netherlands, - two alternate members appointed by common accord of the Kingdom of Denmark, the Hellenic Republic, the Ireland and the Romania - two alternates nominated by common accord by the Republic of Estonia, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania, the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Finland and the Kingdom of Sweden, - four alternates nominated by common accord of the Republic of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, the Republic of Croatia, the Republic of Cyprus, the Republic of Hungary, the Republic of Malta, the Republic of Poland, the Republic of Slovenia and the Slovak Republic, - an alternate designated by the Commission. » .
ARTICLE 11A article 134, paragraph 2, of the Treaty EAEC, paragraph 1, concerning the composition of the scientific and Technical Committee shall be replaced by the following: "2. the Committee is composed of 42 members, appointed by the Council after consultation with the Commission.".
Title II other adjustments ARTICLE 12A article 64, paragraph 1, TFEU, the following sentence is added: "With regard to the restrictions existing under national law in Croatia, the date in question is December 31, 2002.".
ARTICLE 13A article 52 of the Treaty, paragraph 1 is replaced by the following: ' 1. the treaties shall apply to the Kingdom of Belgium, the Republic of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, the Kingdom of Denmark, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Republic of Estonia, Ireland, the Hellenic Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, the French Republic, to the Republic of Croatia. , the Italian Republic, to the Republic of Cyprus, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Republic of Hungary, the Republic of Malta, the Kingdom of Netherlands, the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Poland, the Portuguese Republic, Romania, to the Republic of Slovenia, the Slovak Republic the Republic of Finland, the Kingdom of Sweden and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. ».
ARTICLE 14 1. Article 55 of the Treaty, paragraph 1 is replaced by the following: "1. this Treaty drawn up in a single original in German, English, Bulgarian, Croatian, Danish, Spanish, Estonian, French, Finnish, Greek, Hungarian, Irish, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Swedish and Czech texts established in each of these languages being equally authentic. shall be deposited in the archives of the Government of the Italian Republic, which shall transmit a certified copy to each of the Governments of the other signatory States. » .
2 article 225 of the EAEC Treaty, the second paragraph is replaced by the following text: ' pursuant to the accession treaties, are equally authentic versions of the present Treaty languages English, Bulgarian, Croatian, Danish, Spanish, Estonian, Finnish, Greek, Hungarian, Irish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Swedish and Czech. ".
THIRD part provisions permanent ARTICLE 15 acts listed in annex III subject to the adaptations set out in that annex.
ARTICLE 16 measures listed in annex IV are applied under the conditions defined in that annex.
ARTICLE 17 the Council, acting unanimously on a proposal from the Commission and after consulting the European Parliament, may make the adaptations to the provisions of this Act relating to the common agricultural policy which may prove necessary due to a change in the rules of the Union.
FOURTH part provisions temporary title I transitional measures ARTICLE 18 measures listed in the list set out in annex V shall apply to Croatia under the conditions defined in that annex.
TITLE II PROVISIONS ARTICLE 19 1. By way of derogation from article 2 of the Protocol on transitional provisions annexed to the TEU, TFEU and the Euratom Treaty, and by way of derogation from the maximum number of seats provided for in article 14, paragraph 2, first subparagraph, of the TEU, to take account of the accession of Croatia, the number of members of the European Parliament increased by twelve Croatian members, for the period from the date of accession at the end of the 2009-2014 European Parliament legislature.
2. by way of derogation from article 14, paragraph 3, TEU, Croatia shall, before the date of accession, for ad hoc election to the European Parliament by direct universal suffrage of its population, the number of members fixed in paragraph 1 of this article in accordance with the acquis of the Union. However, if the accession date is within six months of the elections to the European Parliament, members of the European Parliament representing the citizens of Croatia may be designated by the Croatian national Parliament among its members, provided that the persons in question have been elected by direct universal suffrage.
ARTICLE 20 article 3, paragraph 3, of the Protocol on the transitional provisions annexed to the TEU,

TFEU and the EAEC Treaty, shall be replaced by the following: ' 3. up to October 31, 2014, the following provisions are in force, without prejudice to article 235, paragraph 1, second paragraph, of the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union.»
For the European Council and the Council deliberations requiring a qualified majority, the votes of the members are weighted in the following manner: Belgique12 Bulgarie10 Republic tcheque12 Danemark7 Allemagne29 estonia4 Irlande7 grece12 Espagne27 France29 Croatie7 Italie29 cyprus4 Lettonie4 lithuania7 Luxembourg4 Hongrie12 Malte3 country-Bas13 Autriche10 poland27 Portugal12 romania14 slovenia4 Slovaquie7 finland7 suede10 Kingdom-Uni29 deliberations are acquired if they have collected at least 260 votes expressing the favourable vote of the majority of Member where, under the treaties, they must be taken on a proposal from the Commission. In other cases, proceedings are acquired if they have collected at least 260 votes in favour, cast by at least two thirds of the members.
A member of the European Council or the Council may request that, where an act is adopted by the European Council or by the Council by a qualified majority, it is verified that the Member States constituting the qualified majority represent at least 62% of the total population of the Union. If it turns out that this condition is not met, the Act in question was not adopted. » .
ARTICLE 21 1. A Croatian national was appointed to the Commission as from the date of accession until 31 October 2014. The new Member of the Commission is appointed by the Council acting by qualified majority and common accord with the president of the Commission, after consultation of the European Parliament and in accordance with the criteria set out in article 17, paragraph 3, second subparagraph, of the TEU.
2. the term of the Member appointed pursuant to paragraph 1 shall expire at the same time as that of the members who are in office at the time of accession.
ARTICLE 22 1. The terms of the judge of the Court of justice and the judge of the Croatian court appointed during the accession of Croatia in accordance with article 19, paragraph 2, third subparagraph, of the TEU, respectively expire 6 October 2015 and August 31, 2013.
2. for the judgment of cases pending before the Court of justice and the Court at the date of accession to which the oral proceedings was opened before that date, the Court of justice and the Tribunal in plenary meeting or their rooms sit in the composition that they had before accession and apply the rules of procedure as it was in force the day before the date of accession.
ARTICLE 23 1. By way of derogation to article 301, first paragraph, TFEU which sets the maximum number of members of the economic and social Committee, article 7 of the Protocol on transitional provisions annexed to the TEU, TFEU and in the EAEC Treaty, is replaced by the following: ' Article 7 pending the entry into force of the decision referred to in article 301 of the Treaty on the functioning of the Union European ". ", the distribution of the members of the economic and social Committee is as follows: Belgique12 Bulgarie12 Republic tcheque12 Danemark9 Allemagne24 Estonie7 Irlande9 grece12 Espagne21 France24 Croatie9 italy24 cyprus6 Lettonie7 lithuania9 Luxembourg6 Hongrie12 Malta 5 countries-Bas12 austria12 Poland 21 Portugal 12 Roumanie15 slovenie7 Slovaquie9 Finlande9 sweden12 Kingdom-Uni24.
2. to take account of the accession of Croatia, the number of members of the economic and social Committee is temporarily increased to 353 for the period from the date of accession at the end of the term during which Croatia accedes to the Union or the entry into force of the decision referred to in article 301, second paragraph, TFEU whichever comes first.
3. If the decision referred to in article 301, second paragraph, TFEU has already been adopted by the date of accession, by way of derogation from article 301, first subparagraph, TFEU laying down the maximum number of members of the Economic Committee and social, it is temporarily assigned to Croatia an appropriate number of members until the end of the term during which the country joins the Union.
ARTICLE 24 1. By way of derogation to article 305, first paragraph, TFEU which sets the maximum number of members of the Committee of the regions, article 8 of the Protocol on transitional provisions annexed to the TEU, TFEU and in the EAEC Treaty, is replaced by the following text: ' Article 8 until the entry into force of the decision referred to in article 305 of the Treaty on the functioning of the Union European ". ", the distribution of the members of the Committee of the regions is as follows: Belgique12 Bulgarie12 Republic tcheque12 Danemark9 Allemagne24 Estonie7 Irlande9 grece12 Espagne21 France24 Croatie9 italy24 cyprus6 Lettonie7 lithuania9 Luxembourg6 Hongrie12 Malta 5 countries-Bas12 austria12 Poland 21 Portugal 12 Roumanie15 slovenie7 Slovaquie9 Finlande9 sweden12 Kingdom-Uni24.
2. to take account of the accession of Croatia, the number of members of the Committee of the regions is temporarily increased to 353 for the period from the date of accession at the end of the term during which Croatia accedes to the Union or the entry into force of the decision referred to in article 305, second paragraph, TFEU whichever comes first.
3. If the decision referred to in article 305, second paragraph, TFEU has already been adopted by the date of accession, by way of derogation from article 305, first paragraph, TFEU, which sets the maximum number of members of the Committee of the regions, it is temporarily assigned to Croatia an appropriate number of members until the end of the term during which the country joins the Union.
ARTICLE 25 the mandate of the Member of the Board of Directors of the European Investment Bank designated by Croatia and appointed upon accession as provided for in article 9, paragraph 2, second paragraph, of the Protocol on the Statute of the Bank European investment expires at the end of the annual meeting of the Board of Governors during which the annual report concerning the financial year 2017 is examined.
ARTICLE 26 1.
The new members of the committees, groups, agencies or other bodies established by the original treaties or by an act of the institutions shall be appointed under the conditions and according to the procedures laid down for the appointment of the members of such committees, groups, agencies or other bodies. The mandate of the newly appointed members shall expire at the same time as that of the members who are in office at the time of accession.
2. the composition of the committees, groups, agencies or other bodies established by the original treaties or by an act of the institutions, including the number of members is fixed regardless of the number of Member States, is completely renewed upon accession, unless the mandate of the current members expires in the twelve months following accession.
TITLE III FINANCIAL PROVISIONS ARTICLE 27 1. From the date of accession, Croatia must pay the following amount corresponding to its share of the capital paid in for the subscribed capital as defined in article 4 of the Statute of the Bank European investment: Croatia 42 720 000 EUR.

This contribution is paid in eight equal instalments falling due November 30, 2013, November 30, 2014, on 30 November 2015, May 31, 2016, November 30, 2016, May 31, 2017, November 30, 2017 and may 31, 2018.
2. Croatia contribute, in eight equal instalments falling due on the dates provided for in paragraph 1, to the reserves and provisions equivalent to reserves, and to the amount still to be assigned to the reserves and provisions, consisting of the balance of the profit and loss account, established at the end of the month preceding accession, as contained in the balance sheet of the Bank European investment for amounts corresponding to the following percentages of the reserves and provisions: Croatie0, 368%.

3. the capital and payments provided for in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be paid by Croatia in cash and in euro, except in the case of derogation decided unanimously by the Board of Governors of the European Investment Bank.
4. the figures for Croatia referred to in paragraph 1 and in article 10, point 1), can be adapted on decision of the decision-making bodies of the European Investment Bank on the basis of the last final GDP data released by Eurostat before accession.
ARTICLE 28 1. Croatia pays the amount indicated below to the Research Fund for coal and steel referred to in decision 2002/234/ECSC of 27 February 2002 of the representatives of the Governments of the Member States, meeting within the Council, concerning the financial consequences of the expiry of the ECSC Treaty and the coal and Steel Research Fund (6): (EUR, current prices) Croatia 494 000.
2. contribution to the coal and steel research fund is paid in four times, from 2015, as follows, in each case the first working day of the first month of each year:-2015: 15%, - 2016: 20% -, 2017: 30%, - 2018: 35%.
ARTICLE 29 1. Starting from the date of accession, procurement, grant and payment of the pre-accession financial assistance in respect of the components 'helps the transition and institution-building' and 'cross-border cooperation' of the instrument for pre-accession assistance (IPA), created by Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 of 17 July 2006 (7), for funds committed before accession excluding Croatia-Hungary and Croatia-Slovenia cross-border programmes, and for assistance under the transition facility referred to in article 30, shall be administered by Croatian agencies in implementation.
By a decision

the Commission for this purpose, it will be waived ex ante controls made by the Commission on procurement and grants after the Commission will be assured of the proper functioning of the system of management and control in question, in accordance with the criteria and conditions provided for in article 56, paragraph 2, of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 of the Council of 25 June 2002 on the financial regulation applicable to the general budget of the communities European (8) and in article 18 of Regulation (EC) No 718/2007 of the Commission of 12 June 2007 implementing Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 establishing an instrument for pre-accession assistance (IPA) (9).
If the Commission decision to waive ex-ante controls was not adopted before the date of accession, any contract signed between the date of accession and the date on which the Commission decision is adopted may qualify for financial assistance for pre-accession or the transition facility referred to in the first subparagraph.
2. the budgetary commitments made before the date of accession in respect of financial assistance for pre-accession and the transition facility referred to in paragraph 1, including the conclusion and registration of the various legal commitments made subsequently and payments made after accession, continue to be governed by the rules applicable to the financial pre-accession instruments and be charged to budgetary chapters until closure of the programmes and projects concerned.
3. the provisions relating to the implementation of budgetary commitments under the financing agreements relating to financial assistance for pre-accession referred to in paragraph 1, first subparagraph, and on the 'rural development' component of IPA with regard to financing taken before accession decisions continue to apply after the date of accession. They are governed by the rules that apply to pre-accession financial instruments. Notwithstanding the foregoing, with regard to public procurement, procedures initiated after accession comply with the relevant EU directives.
4. pre-accession funds to cover administrative expenditure under article 44 may be incurred during the first two years following accession. With regard to audit and evaluation costs, pre-accession funds may be incurred during the first five years following accession.
ARTICLE 30 1. For the first year after accession, the Union brings to Croatia temporary financial assistance (hereinafter referred to as the 'transition facility') to develop and strengthen its administrative and judicial capacity to implement and to enforce the law of the Union and to foster the exchange of good practices between peers. This aid funds institution-building projects and small limited investments which are incidental to them.
2. the aid meets the ongoing need to strengthen the institutional capacity in certain areas through action which cannot be financed by the structural funds or the rural development fund.
3. with regard to the twinning projects between public administrations for the purpose of institution-building, the procedure for call for proposals through the network of contact points in the Member States continue to apply.
4. the commitment appropriations for the transition facility for Croatia are, in current prices, EUR 29 million altogether in 2013, to address national and horizontal priorities.
5. assistance under the transition facility is granted and implemented in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 of the Council or on the basis of other technical provisions necessary for the operation of the transition facility, to be adopted by the Commission.
6. Special attention is given to ensure adequate with support complementarity that it is intended to provide, through the European social fund, administrative reform and the development of institutional capacity.
ARTICLE 31 1. A Schengen facility (hereinafter referred to as 'temporary Schengen facility') is created as a temporary instrument to help Croatia between the date of accession and the end of the year 2014 to finance actions at the new external borders of the Union for the implementation of the Schengen acquis and external border controls.
2. for the period between July 1, 2013 to December 31, 2014, the amounts below (current prices) are placed at the disposal of the Croatia in the form of lump-sum payments from the temporary Schengen facility: (EUR million, current prices) 20132014 Croatia 4080.

3. the annual amounts for 2013 and 2014 are payable by Croatia respectively on July 1, 2013 and the first working day following 1 January 2014.
4. the lump sum payments are used within three years from the date of the first disbursement. No later than six months after the expiry of this period of three years, Croatia introduced a comprehensive report on the final use of the payments under the Schengen accompanied by proof of expenses, temporary facility. Any unused or unjustifiably spent amount is recovered by the Commission.
5. the Commission may adopt technical provisions deemed necessary to the functioning of the temporary Schengen facility.
SECTION 32 1. A liquidity facility (hereinafter referred to as "temporary liquidity facility") is created as a temporary instrument to help Croatia between the date of accession and the end of the year 2014 to improve the cash flow of the national budget.
2. for the period between July 1, 2013 and December 31, 2014, the following (current prices) amounts are placed at the disposal of the Croatia in the form of lump-sum payments from the temporary cash-flow facility: (EUR million, current prices) 20132014 Croatie7528, 6.

3. each annual amount is divided into monthly payments equal, due the first working day of each month.
ARTICLE 33 1. 449.4 million euros (current prices) in commitment appropriations is reserved for Croatia under the structural funds and the cohesion fund in 2013.
2. one-third of the amount referred to in paragraph 1 is reserved for the cohesion fund.
3. with respect to the period covered by the next financial framework, the amounts to be made available to Croatia in commitment appropriations for the structural funds and the cohesion fund are calculated on the basis of the acquis of the Union which will be applicable. These amounts are adjusted in accordance with the following phase-in schedule:-70% in 2014 - 2015-90% - 100% as from 2016.
4. insofar as the new acquis of the Union so permits, it is made an adjustment to ensure an increase in funding for Croatia to 2.33 and 3 times the amount of 2013 respectively 2014 and 2015.
ARTICLE 34 1.
The total amount to be put at the disposal of Croatia under the Fund European fisheries in 2013 amounts to 8.7 million euros (current prices) in commitment appropriations.
2. the pre-financing advance to the European Fund for fisheries is equal to 25% of the total amount referred to in paragraph 1 and is paid only once.
3. with respect to the period covered by the next financial framework, the amounts to be made available to Croatia in commitment appropriations are calculated on the basis of the acquis of the Union which will be applicable. These amounts are adjusted in accordance with the following phase-in schedule:-70% in 2014 - 2015-90% - 100% as from 2016.
4. insofar as the new acquis of the Union so permits, it is made an adjustment to ensure an increase in funding for Croatia to 2.33 and 3 times the amount of 2013 respectively 2014 and 2015.
SECTION 35 (1). Regulation (EC) No 1698/2005 of the Council of 20 September 2005 on support for rural development by the European fund agricultural for rural development (EAFRD) (10) does not apply to Croatia throughout the programming period 2007-2013.
In 2013, Croatia was awarded 27.7 million euros (current prices) to the title of the 'rural development' referred to in article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 of the Council.
2. additional temporary measures for rural development for Croatia are set out in annex VI.
3. the Commission may, by way of implementing acts, adopt the necessary rules for the application of annex VI. Such implementing acts shall be adopted in accordance with the procedure referred to in article 90, paragraph 2, of Regulation (EC) No 1698/2005 the Commission, in conjunction with article 13, paragraph 1, point b), of Regulation (EU) No 182/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of February 16, 2011 laying down the rules and general principles concerning mechanisms for control by Member States for the exercise of implementing powers by the Commission (11) , or the procedure provided for by the applicable legislation 4. The Council, acting on a proposal from the Commission and after consulting the European Parliament, proceeded to the adaptations of annex VI which may prove necessary to ensure consistency with the rural development regulation.
TITLE IV OTHER PROVISIONS ARTICLE 36 1. The Commission closely follows all the commitments made by Croatia in the accession negotiations, including those

which must be fulfilled before or at the date of accession. Monitoring by the Commission includes the following: follow-up tables being updated regularly, dialogue in the framework of the stabilisation agreement and an association between the European communities and their Member States, of one part, and the Republic of Croatia, on the other hand (12) (hereinafter referred to as "ASA"), the assessment missions peer, the pre-accession economic programme , budget notifications and, if applicable, sending letters of early warning to the Croatian authorities. In autumn 2011, the Commission shall submit a report on the progress achieved to the European Parliament and the Council. In autumn 2012, it presents a comprehensive follow-up report to the European Parliament and the Council. Throughout the monitoring process, the Commission also relies on the contributions of Member States and takes account of the contributions of international organizations and civil society, where appropriate.
Monitoring by the Commission focuses in particular on the commitments made by Croatia in the field of the judiciary and fundamental rights (annex VII), including on the question of whether if it continues to register good results in judicial reform and efficiency of the judicial system, treatment impartial business of crimes of war and fight against corruption.
The monitoring exercised by the Commission shall also bear particularly on the area of freedom, security and justice, including with regard to the implementation and enforcement of the requirements of the Union towards management of the external borders, police cooperation, the fight against organized crime and judicial cooperation in civil and criminal matters , as well as on the commitments in the field of competition policy, including with regard to the restructuring of the shipbuilding sector (annex VIII) and the steel sector (annex IX).
As part of its tables and periodic follow-up reports, the Commission shall, until the accession of Croatia, semi-annual assessments concerning the commitments made by Croatia in these areas.
2. the Council, acting by a qualified majority on a proposal from the Commission, may take all appropriate measures if issues of concern are highlighted during the monitoring process. These measures are maintained for the duration strictly necessary and, in any case, are exercised by the Council, acting in accordance with the same procedure, when the areas of concern noted were actually settled.
ARTICLE 37 1. Until the end of a maximum period of three years after accession, in the event of serious and problems likely to persist in a sector of the economy or difficulties which may result in serious deterioration of the economic situation of a given region, Croatia may request to be authorized to adopt safeguard measures to rebalance the situation and adjust the sector concerned to the economy of the internal market.
Under the same conditions, a current Member State may ask to be allowed to adopt safeguards against Croatia.
2. at the request of the Member State concerned, the Commission shall, by emergency procedure, the protective measures which it considers necessary, specifying the conditions and the terms and conditions that apply to them.
In the event of serious economic difficulties and at the specific request of the Member State concerned, the Commission shall decide within a period of five working days from the receipt of the application, accompanied by evidence y related. The measures thus adopted are immediately applicable, take into account the interests of all parties concerned and cause no controls at the borders.
3. any action authorized under this section may contain derogations from the rules of the TEU, of the TFEU and the present Act, to the extent and for the time strictly required to achieve the goals of this safeguard clause. Priority is given to measures which cause the least disturbance to the functioning of the internal market.
ARTICLE 38 If Croatia does not the commitments made in the accession negotiations, including commitments in all sectoral policies which concern economic activities with a cross-border dimension, and if it causes so serious of domestic dysfunction or posed a threat to the financial interests of the Union or risk at very short term cause malfunction such or such a threat the Commission may, until the end of a maximum period of three years after accession and at the reasoned request of a Member State or on its own initiative take appropriate measures.
These measures are proportionate and priority is given to those which disturb least the functioning of the internal market and, where appropriate, the application of sectoral safeguard mechanisms in force. Safeguard measures in respect of this article cannot be used as a means of arbitrary discrimination or disguised restriction on trade between Member States. The safeguard clause may be invoked before even the accession on the basis of findings in the follow-up and the measures come into force on the date of accession unless a later date is provided. Measures are maintained for the duration strictly necessary and, in any case, are thrown when the corresponding undertaking has been fulfilled. They may however be applied beyond the period referred to in the first paragraph as long as the corresponding commitments have not been met. The Commission may adapt the measures adopted on the basis of the extent to which Croatia respects its commitments. The Commission shall inform the Council in good time before repeal the safeguard measures, and it take duly into account any observations of the Council in this regard.
ARTICLE 39 if serious deficiencies or an imminent risk of serious shortcomings are recognized in Croatia with regard to the transposition or the status of the implementation of acts adopted by the institutions in accordance with the third part, title V TFEU, as well as acts adopted by the institutions before the entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon in accordance with Title VI of the TEU or the third part , title IV of the Treaty establishing the European, the Commission may, until the end of a maximum period of three years after accession, at the reasoned request of a Member State or on its own initiative and after consulting the Member States, adopt appropriate measures specifying the terms and conditions that apply to them.
These measures may take the form of a temporary suspension of the application of the provisions and decisions involved in relations between Croatia and one or more other Member States, without either questioned the continuation of close judicial cooperation. The safeguard clause may be invoked before even the accession on the basis of findings in the follow-up and the measures come into force on the date of accession unless a later date is provided. The measures are maintained for the period strictly necessary and, in any case, are thrown when the observed failure is corrected. They may however be applied beyond the period referred to in the first paragraph as long as these shortcomings persist. After consulting the Member States, the Commission may adapt the measures adopted on the basis of the extent to which Croatia corrects the deficiencies. The Commission shall inform the Council in good time before repeal the safeguard measures, and it take duly into account any observations of the Council in this regard.
ARTICLE 40 in order to not to disturb the proper functioning of the internal market, the implementation of Croatia national rules during the transitional periods referred to in annex V may result in controls at the borders between Member States.
ARTICLE 41 if transitional measures are necessary to facilitate the transition from the system in force in Croatia to the regime resulting from the application of the common agricultural policy under the conditions specified in this Act, they shall be adopted by the Commission under the procedure referred to in article 195, paragraph 2, of Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 of the Council of 22 October 2007 on the common organisation of the markets in the agricultural sector and specific provisions in relation to some
agricultural products (single CMO Regulation) (13), in conjunction with article 13, paragraph 1, point b), of Regulation (EU) No 182/2011 of the European Parliament and the Council (14) or the procedure provided for by the applicable legislation. They may be adopted during a period of three years from the date of accession and shall not apply beyond this period. The Council, acting unanimously on a proposal from the Commission and after consulting the European Parliament, may extend this period.
The transitional measures referred to in the first subparagraph may also be adopted before the date of accession, if necessary. These measures are adopted by the Council, acting by a qualified majority on a proposal from the Commission, or, where such measures concern adopted instruments

initially by the Commission, adopted by the latter institution according to the procedures required for the adoption of those instruments.
ARTICLE 42 if transitional measures are necessary to facilitate the transition from the system in force in Croatia to the resulting regime in implementing the rules veterinary, phytosanitary and EU food safety rules, such measures are adopted by the Commission according to the procedure laid down by the applicable legislation. These measures shall be adopted for a period of three years from the date of accession and shall not apply beyond this period.
ARTICLE 43 the Council, acting by a qualified majority on a proposal from the Commission, defines the conditions under which: a) the requirement for an exit summary declaration may be waived for the products referred to in article 28, paragraph 2, TFEU leaving the territory of Croatia to cross the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina at Neum («Neum corridor");
(b) the requirement for an entry summary declaration may be waived for products falling within the scope of the point was), when they return on the territory of Croatia after crossing that of Bosnia and Herzegovina at Neum.
ARTICLE 44 the Commission may adopt all appropriate measures to keep the required staff in place in Croatia during a maximum period of eighteen months after accession. During this period, officials, temporary agents and contractual agents who have been assigned to positions in Croatia before accession and who are required to remain in service after the date of accession are benefiting from the same financial and material conditions than those that were applied before the accession, in accordance with the staff regulations of officials of the communities European as well as the arrangements applicable to other servants of these communities contained in Regulation (EEC (, Euratom, ECSC) No 259/68 of the Council (15). The administrative expenditure, including salaries of the other members of the staff required, are covered by the general budget of the European Union.
FIFTH part provisions relating A the implementation of this Act Title I ADAPTATIONS of regulations interiors of INSTITUTIONS and of statutes and regulations interiors committees ARTICLE 45 institutions bring to their rules of procedure made modifications by accession, in accordance with the procedures laid down in the original treaties.
Adaptations of the statutes and rules of procedure of the committees established by the original treaties, necessitated by the accession, are carried out as soon as possible after accession.
Title II applicability of the acts of the INSTITUTIONS ARTICLE 46 upon accession, Croatia is considered as recipient, in accordance with the original treaties of directives and decisions within the meaning of article 288 of the TFEU. Except with regard to directives and decisions which have entered into force by virtue of article 297, paragraph 1, third paragraph, and article 297, paragraph 2, second subparagraph, TFEU, Croatia is deemed to have received notification of such directives and decisions upon accession.
ARTICLE 47 1. Croatia shall put into effect measures which are necessary to comply, from the date of accession, with the provisions of directives and decisions within the meaning of article 288 of the TFEU unless another period is provided in this Act. Croatia shall communicate these measures to the Commission by the date of accession or, where applicable, within the period laid down in the present Act.
2. to the extent that amendments to directives within the meaning of article 288 of the TFEU introduced by this Act require modification of the laws, regulations or administrative provisions of the present Member States, these Member States shall bring into force the measures necessary to comply, from the date of accession of Croatia, to the guidelines changed, unless another period is foreseen in the present Act. They shall notify these measures to the Commission by the date of accession or, where applicable, within the period laid down in the present Act.
ARTICLE 48 the legislative, regulatory and administrative provisions intended to ensure, on the territory of Croatia, population against the dangers of ionising radiation and health protection of workers are, in accordance with article 33 of the Euratom Treaty, submitted by Croatia to the Commission within a period of three months following accession.
ARTICLE 49 on request duly motivated of Croatia, presented to the Commission no later than the date of accession, the Council, acting on a proposal from the Commission, or the Commission if it has itself adopted the original Act, may take measures consisting of temporary derogations from acts of the institutions adopted between 1 July 2011 and the date of accession. These measures shall be adopted in accordance with the voting rules for the adoption of the Act for which a temporary derogation is sought. Where these derogations are adopted after accession, they can be applied from the date of accession.
ARTICLE 50 where acts of the institutions adopted prior to accession should be adapted because of accession, and the necessary adaptations have not been provided for in this Act or its annexes, the Council, acting by a qualified majority on a proposal from the Commission, or the Commission, if it has itself adopted the original Act, adopted to this end the necessary acts. When these acts are adopted after accession they can be applied from the date of accession.
SECTION 51 unless otherwise provided by this Act, the Council, acting by a qualified majority on a proposal from the Commission, shall adopt the measures necessary for the implementation of the provisions of this Act.
ARTICLE 52 the texts of the acts of the institutions adopted prior to accession and which have been established by these institutions in the Croatian language shall be authentic, upon accession, under the same conditions as the texts drawn up in the present official languages. They are published in the Official Journal of the European Union in cases where the texts in the present languages were the subject of such a publication.
Title III final provisions ARTICLE 53 annexes I to IX, appendages and the Protocol are an integral part of the present deed.
ARTICLE 54 the Government of the Italian Republic shall provide to the Government of the Republic of Croatia a certified copy of the Treaty on European Union, the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union and the Treaty establishing the European Community of atomic energy as well as treaties modifying or completed, including the Treaty concerning the accession of the Kingdom of Denmark the Ireland and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Treaty concerning the accession of the Hellenic Republic, the Treaty concerning the accession of the Kingdom of Spain and the Portuguese Republic, the Treaty concerning the accession of the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Finland and the Kingdom of Sweden, the Treaty concerning the accession of the Czech Republic the Republic of Estonia, the Republic of Cyprus, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania, the Republic of Hungary, the Republic of Malta, the Republic of Poland, the Republic of Slovenia and the Slovak Republic as well as the Treaty concerning the accession of the Republic of Bulgaria and Romania in German English, Bulgarian, Danish, Spanish, Estonian, French, Finnish, Greek, Hungarian, Irish, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Swedish and Czech.
The texts of the treaties referred to in the first subparagraph, established in the Croatian language, are annexed to the present deed. These texts shall be authentic under the same conditions as the treated such texts drawn up in the present official languages.
ARTICLE 55 a certified copy of the international agreements deposited in the archives of the general secretariat of the Council is given to the Government of the Republic of Croatia by the care of the Secretary general.
Done at Brussels, 9 December 2011.

Annex Ire list of conventions and protocols to which the Republic of Croatia accede upon accession (referred to in article 3, paragraph 4, of the Act of accession) 1. Convention of 23 July 1990 on the elimination of double taxation in connection with the adjustment of profits of associated enterprises (OJ L 225, 20.8.1990, p. 10) - Convention of 21 December 1995 on the accession of the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Finland and the Kingdom of Sweden to the convention on the elimination of double taxation in connection with the adjustment of profits of associated enterprises (OJ C 26, 31.1.1996 (, p. 1)-Protocol of 25 May 1999 amending the convention of 23 July 1990 on the elimination of double taxation in connection with the adjustment of profits of associated enterprises (OJ C 202, 16.7.1999, p. 1) - Convention of 8 December 2004 on the accession of the Czech Republic, the Republic of Estonia, the Republic of Cyprus, the Republic of Latvia the Republic of Lithuania, the Republic of Hungary, the Republic of Malta, the Republic of Poland, the Republic of Slovenia and the Slovak Republic to the convention on the elimination of double taxation in connection with the adjustment of profits of associated enterprises (OJ C 160, 30.6.2005, p. 1) 2. Convention of 26 July

1995 established on the basis of article K.3 of the Treaty on European Union, on the protection of the financial interests of the European Communities (OJ C 316, 27.11.1995, p. 49) - Protocol of 27 September 1996, established on the basis of article K.3 of the Treaty on European Union, to the convention on the protection of the financial interests of the communities (OJ C 313, 23.10.1996 European (, p. 2)-Protocol of 29 November 1996, drawn up on the basis of article K.3 of the Treaty on European Union, on the interpretation, by way of preliminary rulings, by the Court of justice of the European communities of the convention on the protection of the financial interests of the communities European (OJ C 151, 20.5.1997, p. 2) - second Protocol of 19 June 1997, drawn up on the basis of article K.3 of the Treaty on the Union European , to the convention on the protection of the financial interests of the European Communities (OJ C 221, 19.7.1997, p. 12) 3. Convention of 26 May 1997 drawn up on the basis of article k.3(2), point c) of the Treaty on European Union on the fight against corruption involving officials of the European communities or officials of Member States of the European Union (OJ C 195, 25.6.1997, p. 2) 4. Convention of 18 December 1997 drawn up on the basis of article K.3 of the Treaty on European Union, on mutual assistance and cooperation between customs administrations (OJ C 24, 23.1.1998, p. 2) 5. Convention of 17 June 1998 drawn up on the basis of article K.3 of the Treaty on European Union, relating to the decisions of forfeiture of the right to drive (OJ C 216, 10.7.1998, p. 2) 6. Convention of 29 May 2000 established by the Council in accordance with article 34 of the Treaty on European Union, on mutual assistance in criminal matters between the Member States of the European Union (OJ C 197, 12.7.2000, p.
(3) - Protocol of 16 October 2001 to the convention on mutual assistance in criminal matters between the Member States of the European Union, established by the Council in accordance with article 34 of the Treaty on European Union (OJ C 326, 21.11.2001, p. 2).

Annex II list of provisions of the Schengen acquis integrated into the European Union and the acts building upon it or otherwise related to it, which are binding on and applicable in the Republic of Croatia as from accession (referred to in article 4, paragraph 1, of the Act of accession) 1. The agreement between the Governments of the States of the Economic Union Benelux, the Federal Republic of Germany and the French Republic on the gradual abolition of checks at their common borders, signed in Schengen on 14 June 1985 (16).
2. the following provisions of the convention implementing the Schengen agreement of 14 June 1985 on the gradual abolition of checks at their common borders, signed on 19 June 1990, the final act of this convention and the declarations relating thereto (17), as amended by certain of the acts listed in paragraph 8 of this Annex: 1 article, insofar as it relates to the provisions of this paragraph; article 26; article 39; sections 44 to 49 (except article 47, paragraph 4, and article 49, point (a)));
article 51; articles 54 to 58; article 62, paragraph 3; articles 67 to 69; articles 71 and 72; articles 75 and 76; article 82; article 91; articles 126 to 130 to the extent where they relate to the provisions of this paragraph; and article 136; joint declarations 1 and 3 of the final act.
3. the following provisions of the agreements of accession to the convention implementing the Schengen agreement of 14 June 1985 on the gradual abolition of checks at their common borders, signed on 19 June 1990, their final acts and declarations relating thereto, as amended by certain of the acts listed in paragraph 8 of this Annex: a) the accession of the Kingdom of Denmark agreement signed on 19 December 1996 : - article 5, paragraph 2, and article 6;
(b) the accession of the Republic of Finland agreement signed on 19 December 1996:-article 5;
-the declaration of the Government of the Republic of Finland of part III of the final act, concerning the Åland Islands;
(c) the accession of the Kingdom of Sweden agreement signed on 19 December 1996:-article 5.
4. the agreements and the following arrangements are based on the Schengen acquis or otherwise related to:-the agreement of 18 May 1999 concluded by the Council of the European Union with the Republic of Iceland and the Kingdom of Norway concerning the association of those two States to the implementation, application and development of the Schengen acquis, including the annexes thereto , its final act, declarations and the exchanges of letters y annexed, approved by decision 1999/439/EC (OJ L 176, 10.7.1999, p. 35);
-the agreement of 30 June 1999 concluded by the Council of the European Union with the Republic of Iceland and the Kingdom of Norway on the establishment of rights and obligations between the Ireland and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, on the one hand, and the Republic of Iceland and the Kingdom of Norway, on the other hand, in areas of the Schengen acquis which apply to these States approved by Council decision 2000/29/EC of the Council (OJ L 15, 20.1.2000, p. 1);
-the agreement between the Union, the Community European and the Swiss Confederation on the association of the Swiss Confederation to the implementation, application and development of the Schengen acquis, signed on 26 October 2004 and approved by Council decision 2008/146/EC and Council decision 2008/149/JHA of the Council (OJ L 53, 27.2.2008, p. 1 and p. 50);
-the Protocol between the Union, the Community European, the Swiss Confederation and the Principality of Liechtenstein on the accession of the Principality of Liechtenstein to the agreement between the Union, the Community European and the Swiss Confederation on the association of the Swiss Confederation to the implementation, application and development of the Schengen acquis, signed on February 28, 2008 and approved by the 349-2011-EU of the Council decision and the 350-2011-EU of the Council (OJ L 160, 18.6.2011, p. 1 and p. 19);
-the agreement between the European Community and the Republic of Iceland and the Kingdom of Norway on the modalities of the participation by those States in the activities of the European Agency for the management of operational cooperation at the external borders of the Member States of the European Union, as well as the joint declaration is annexed, signed February 1, 2007 and approved by decision 2007/511/EC of the Council (OJ L 188, 20.7.2007 (, p. 15);
-the agreement between the European Community, of the one part, and the Swiss Confederation and the Principality of Liechtenstein, on the other hand, on the modalities of the participation by those States in the activities of the European Agency for the management of operational cooperation at the external borders of the Member States of the European Union, annex and the joint declarations is annexed, signed on September 30, 2009 and approved by decision 2010/490/EC of the Council (OJ L 243, 16.9.2010, (, p. 2);
-the agreement between the European Community and the Republic of Iceland, the Kingdom of Norway, the Swiss Confederation and the Principality of Liechtenstein on supplementary provisions relating to fund for the borders for the period 2007-2013, as well as the statements y annexed, signed March 19, 2010 and approved by decision 2011/305/EC of the Council (OJ L 137, the 25.5.2011, (, p. 1) (18).
5. the provisions of the following decisions (see OJ L 239, 22.9.2000, p. 1) of the Executive Committee established by the convention implementing the Schengen agreement of 14 June 1985 on the gradual abolition of checks at their common borders, signed on 19 June 1990, as amended by certain of the acts listed in paragraph 8 of this annex : - SCH/Com-ex (93) 10 Decision of the Executive Committee of 14 December 1993 concerning the declarations by the Ministers and Secretaries of State - SCH/Com-ex (93) 14 Decision of the Executive Committee of 14 December 1993 on improving practical judicial cooperation in the fight against drug trafficking - SCH/Com-ex (94) 16 rev. Decision of the Executive Committee of 21 November 1994 on the acquisition of common stamps of entry and exit - SCH/Com-ex (94) 28 rev. Decision of the Executive Committee of 22 December 1994 on the certificate provided for in article 75 to carry narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances - SCH/Com-ex (94) 29 rev. 2 decision of the Executive Committee of 22 December 1994 concerning the entry into force of the convention implementing the Schengen agreement of 19 June 1990 - SCH/Com-ex (95) 21 Decision of the Executive Committee of 20 December 1995 on a rapid exchange between the Schengen States of statistical and specific data on possible malfunctions at the external borders - SCH/Com-ex (98) 1 rev. 2 decision of the Executive Committee of 21 April 1998 on the activities of the task force report, insofar as it relates to the provisions of paragraph 2 of this annex - SCH / Com - ex (98) 26 def. Decision of the Executive Committee of 16 September 1998 on the creation of a commission permanent evaluation and implementation of Schengen - SCH/Com-ex (98) 37 def. 2 decision of the Executive Committee of 27 October 1998 on the adoption of measures to fight illegal immigration, insofar as it relates to the provisions of paragraph 2 of this annex - SCH/Com-ex (98) 52 Decision of the Executive Committee of 16

December 1998 on the Handbook on cross-border police cooperation, insofar as it relates to the provisions of paragraph 2 of this annex - SCH/Com-ex (98) 59 rev.
Decision of the Executive Committee of 16 December 1998 concerning an intervention coordinated advisors documents - SCH/Com-ex (99) 1 rev. 2 decision of the Executive Committee of 28 April 1999 on the Schengen standards of narcotic drugs - SCH/Com-ex (99) 6 Decision of the Executive Committee of 28 April 1999 on the Schengen acquis relating to telecommunications - SCH/Com-ex (99) 7 rev. 2 decision of the Executive Committee of 28 April 1999 on officials of link - SCH/Com-ex (99) 8 rev. 2 decision of the Executive Committee of 28 April 1999 on general principles of compensation of informants and indicators - SCH/Com-ex (99) 10 Decision of the Executive Committee of 28 April 1999 on the illicit arms 6. The following statements (see OJ L 239, 22.9.2000, p. 1) by the Executive Committee established by the convention implementing the Schengen agreement of 14 June 1985 on the gradual abolition of checks at their common borders, signed on 19 June 1990, insofar as they relate to the provisions of paragraph 2 of this Annex:-SCH/Com-ex (96) decl. 6 rev. 2 declaration of the Executive Committee of 26 June 1996 on extradition - SCH/Com-ex (97) decl. 13 rev. 2 declaration of the Executive Committee of 9 February 1998 on the abduction of minors.
7. the following decisions (see OJ L 239, 22.9.2000, p. 1) of the central group established by the convention implementing the Schengen agreement of 14 June 1985 on the gradual abolition of checks at their common borders, signed on 19 June 1990, insofar as they relate to the provisions of paragraph 2 of this Annex:-SCH/C (98) 117 Decision of the central group of 27 October 1998 on the adoption of measures to combat immigration clandestine - SCH/C (99) 25 Decision of the central group of 22 March 1999 on general principles of remuneration of informants and indicators.
8. the following acts are based on the Schengen acquis or otherwise related to: - Regulation (EC) No 1683/95 of the Council of 29 May 1995 laying down a uniform format for visas (OJ L 164, 14.7.1995, p. 1) - Decision 1999/307 / EC of 1 May 1999 laying down the procedures for the integration of the Schengen secretariat into the general secretariat of the Council (OJ L 119, 7.5.1999 (, p. 49)-Decision 1999/435 / EC of 20 May 1999 concerning the definition of the Schengen acquis to determine, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Treaty establishing the European Community and the Treaty on European Union, the legal basis for each of the provisions or decisions which constitute the acquis (OJ L 176, 10.7.1999, p. 1) - Decision 1999/436 / EC of 20 May 1999 determining in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Treaty establishing the European Community and the Treaty on European Union, the legal basis for each of the provisions or decisions which constitute the acquis Schengen (OJ L 176, 10.7.1999, p. 17) - Decision 1999/437 / EC of 17 May 1999 on certain arrangements for the application of the agreement concluded by the Council of the European Union and the Republic of Iceland and the Kingdom of Norway concerning the association of these States to the implementation the application and development of the Schengen (OJ L 176, 10.7.1999, p. 31) - Decision 1999/848 / EC of the Council of 13 December 1999 on the full application of the Schengen acquis in Greece (OJ L 327, 21.12.1999, p. 58) - Decision 2000/365/EC of the Council of 29 May 2000 concerning the request of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland of the North to participate in certain provisions of the Schengen (OJ L 131, of 1.6.2000, p. 43) - Decision 2000/586/JHA of the Council of 28 September 2000 establishing a procedure for the amendment of article 40, paragraphs 4 and 5, article 41, paragraph 7, and article 65, paragraph 2, of the convention implementing the Schengen agreement of 14 June 1985 on the gradual abolition of checks at common borders (OJ L 248, 3.10.2000 (, p. 1) - Decision 2000/777/EC of the Council of 1 December 2000 on the implementation of the Schengen in the Denmark, Finland and Sweden, and in Iceland and Norway (OJ L 309, 9.12.2000, p. 24) - Regulation (EC) No 539/2001 of the Council of 15 March 2001 laying down the list of third countries whose nationals are subject to the requirement of visas when crossing the external borders of the Member States and the list of those whose nationals are exempt from that requirement (OJ L 81, 21.3.2001, p. 1) - Council Directive 2001/51/EC of the Council of 28 June 2001 supplementing the provisions of article 26 of the convention implementing the Schengen agreement of 14 June 1985 (OJ L 187, 10.7.2001, p. 45) - Regulation (EC) No 333/2002 of the Council of 18 February 2002 on a uniform format for forms for affixing the visa issued by Member States to the holders of a travel document not recognised by the Member State drawing up the form (OJ L 53, 23.2.2002, p. 4) - Decision 2002/192/EC of the Council of 28 February 2002 concerning the request of Ireland to take part in certain provisions of the Schengen (OJ L 64, 7.3.2002, p. 20) - Regulation (EC) No 1030/2002 of the Council of 13 June 2002 laying down a uniform format for residence permits for nationals of third countries (OJ L 157, 15.6.2002, p. 1) - Framework Decision 2002/946 / JHA Council of 28 November 2002 to strengthen the criminal law framework for the facilitation of the entry, transit and residence (OJ L 328, 5.12.2002, p. 1) - Directive 2002/90/EC of the Council of 28 November 2002 defining the help the entry, transit and residence (OJ L 328, 5.12.2002 (, p. 17) - Decision 2003/170/JHA of the Council of 27 February 2003 on the common use of liaison officers posted abroad by the law enforcement authorities of Member States (OJ L 67, 12.3.2003, p. 27) - Decision 2003/725/JHA of 2 October 2003 amending the provisions of article 40, paragraphs 1 and 7, of the convention implementing the Schengen agreement of 14 June 1985 on the gradual abolition of checks at their common borders (OJ L 260, of 11.10.2003, p. 37) - Directive 2003/110/EC of the Council of 25 November 2003 on assistance in cases of transit of removal by air (OJ L 321, 6.12.2003, p. 26) - Regulation (EC) No 377/2004 of the Council of 19 February 2004 on the creation of a network of liaison officers 'Immigration' (OJ L 64, 2.3.2004, p. 1) - Directive 2004/82 / EC of the Council of 29 April 2004 on the obligation of carriers to communicate the data relating to passengers (OJ L 261, 6.8.2004, p. 24) - Decision 2004/573/EC of the Council of 29 April 2004 on the organisation of joint flights for removals, from the territory of two Member States or more, third-country nationals subject to expulsion measures on the territory of two Member States or more (OJ L 261, 6.8.2004 (, p. 28) - Decision 2004/512/EC of the Council of 8 June 2004 establishing the information system on visas (VIS) (OJ L 213, 15.6.2004, p. 5 and OJ L 142 M, 30.5.2006, p. 60) - Regulation (EC) No 2007/2004 of the Council of 26 October 2004 establishing a European Agency for the management of operational cooperation at the external borders of the Member States of the European Union (OJ L 349, 25.11.2004 (, p. 1 and OJ L 153 M, 7.6.2006, p. 136)-Regulation (EC) No 2252/2004 of the Council of 13 December 2004 on standards for security features and biometrics in passports and travel documents issued by Member States (OJ L 385, 29.12.2004, p. 1 and OJ L 153 M, 7.6.2006, p. 375).
-Decision 2004/926 / EC of 22 December 2004 on the implementation of parts of the Schengen acquis by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland of the North (OJ L 395, 31.12.2004, p. 70) - Decision 2005/267/EC of the Council of 16 March 2005 establishing a network of information and secure coordination connected to the Internet for the services of the Member States responsible for the management of migration flows (OJ L 83, 1.4.2005 (, p. 48 and OJ L 159 M, 13.6.2006, p. 288)-Regulation (EC) No 562/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 March 2006 establishing a Community code on the rules of border crossing by persons (Schengen borders code) (OJ L 105, 13.4.2006, p. 1), except the first sentence of article 1 and article 5, paragraph 4 (, point a), its title III, and the provisions of title II and annexes thereto referring to the Schengen information system - framework Decision 2006/960 / JHA of the Council of 18 December 2006 on simplifying the exchange of information and intelligence between law enforcement authorities of the Member States of the European Union (OJ L 386, 29.12.2006, p. 89) - Regulation (EC) no 1931/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 December 2006 laying down rules to the local border traffic at the land borders of the Member States and amending the provisions of the Schengen convention (OJ L 405, 30.12.2006, p. 1), with the exception of article 4, point b), and article 9, point c) - Decision 2007/471/EC of the Council of 12 June 2007 on the application to the Czech Republic, the Republic of Estonia, to the

Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania, the Republic of Hungary, the Republic of Malta, the Republic of Poland, the Republic of Slovenia and the Slovak Republic to the provisions of the Schengen acquis relating to the Schengen (OJ L 179, 7.7.2007, p. 46) information system - regulation (EC) no 863/2007 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 July 2007 establishing a mechanism for the creation of rapid border intervention teams and amending Council Regulation) EC) No. 2007/2004 of the Council for what regards that mechanism and regulating the tasks and powers of guest officers (OJ L 199, 31.7.2007, p. 30), with the exception of the provisions of article 6, paragraphs 8 and 9, which relate to access to the Schengen information system - Decision 2007/801/EC of the Council of 6 December 2007 on the application of all the provisions of the Schengen acquis in the Czech Republic to the Republic of Estonia, to the Republic of Latvia, in the Republic of Lithuania, to the Republic of Hungary, the Republic of Malta, to the Republic of Poland, to the Republic of Slovenia and the Slovak Republic (OJ L 323, 8.12.2007, p. 34) - Decision 2008/421 / EC of the Council of 5 June 2008 on the application in Switzerland of the provisions of the Schengen acquis relating to the Schengen (OJ L 149, 7.6.2008 information system (, p. 74)-Article 6 of decision 2008/633/JHA of 23 June 2008 concerning access for consultation to the information system on visas (VIS) by designated authorities of Member States and by the European police Office (Europol) for the purposes of prevention and detection of terrorist offences and of other serious criminal offences, as well as for the purposes of the investigation (OJ L 218, 13.8.2008 (, p. 129) - Decision 2008/903/EC of the Council of 27 November 2008 on the application of all the provisions of the Schengen acquis in the Swiss Confederation (OJ L 327, 5.12.2008, p. 15) - Framework Decision 2008/977 / JHA of 27 November 2008 on the protection of personal data processed in the framework of police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters (OJ L 350, 30.12.2008 (, p. 60) - Directive 2008/115/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 concerning norms and applicable common procedures in Member States for the return of nationals of third countries residing illegally (OJ L 348, 24.12.2008, p. 98) - Article 3 of Regulation (EC) no 810/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 July 2009 establishing a Community code on visas (Visa code) (OJ L 243, 15.9.2009 (, p. 1)-EU-252-2010 Decision of the Council of 26 April 2010 to complete the Schengen borders code as regards the surveillance of the sea external borders in the context of the operational cooperation coordinated by the European Agency for the management of operational cooperation at the external borders of the Member States of the European Union (OJ L 111, 4.5.2010 (, p. 20)-365-2010-EU Council Decision of 29 June 2010 on the application of the Republic of Bulgaria and Romania of the provisions of the Schengen acquis relating to the Schengen (OJ L 166, 1.7.2010, p. 17) information system.

Annex III list referred to in article 15 of the Act of accession: adaptation of the acts adopted by the institutions 1. (Freedom to provide SERVICES. 32005 L 0036: Directive 2005/36/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 September 2005 on the recognition of professional qualifications (OJ L 255, 30.9.2005, p. 22): has) article 23, paragraph 5 is replaced by the following text: "5. without prejudice to article 43, each Member State shall recognise the qualifications of doctor. giving access to the professional activities of doctor with basic training and of specialist doctor and titles of nurse responsible for general care, of practitioner of dentistry, dentistry, of veterinary practitioner, midwife, pharmacist and architect held by nationals of the Member States and which have been granted by the former Yugoslavia, or whose training commenced ((a) Slovenia, before 25 June 1991, and b) for Croatia, before October 8, 1991, when the authorities of the aforementioned Member States attest that these titles have, on their territory, the same validity the legal titles which they issue and, for architects, titles listed for those Member States in annex VI , item 6, with regard to access to the professional activities of doctor with basic training, of specialist doctor, nurse responsible for general care, dental practitioner, of practitioner of specialized dentistry, veterinary, midwife, pharmacist with respect to the activities referred to in article 45, paragraph 2 and architect regarding the activities referred to in article 48 , as well as their exercise.
Such attestation must be accompanied by a certificate issued by the same authorities stating that such persons have effectively and lawfully been exercised the activities in question within their territory for at least three consecutive years during the five years preceding the date of issue of the certificate. » .
(b) the following article is inserted: ' Article 43ter acquired rights concerning midwives do not apply to the following securities which have been obtained in Croatia prior to July 1, 2013; «via medicinska sestra ginekoloko-opstetriekog smjera (senior nurse in obstetrics and gynaecology), medicinska sestra ginekoloko-opstetriekog smjera (nurse in obstetrics and gynaecology), via medicinska sestra primaljskog smjera (senior nurse with diploma of midwifery), medicinska sestra primaljskog smjera (registered nurse with diploma of midwifery), ginekoloko-opstetrieka primalja (midwife in obstetric-Gynecology) and primalja (midwife).
2. right of intellectual property II. Mark community 32009 R 0207: Regulation (EC) No 207/2009 of the Council of 26 February 2009 on the Community trade mark (OJ L 78, 24.3.2009, p. 1): article 165, paragraph 1 is replaced by the following text: ' 1. from the date of accession of Bulgaria, of the Czech Republic, of the Estonia. Croatia, Cyprus, of the Latvia, of the Lithuania, of the Hungary, of Malta, of the Poland, of the Romania, of the Slovenia and the Slovakia (hereinafter referred to as 'new Member State', 'new Member States'), a Community trade mark registered or filed pursuant to this regulation before the respective date of accession shall be extended to the territory of those Member States in order to have the same effect throughout the community. » .
II. CERTIFICATES SUPPLEMENTARY PROTECTION 1. 31996 R 1610: Regulation (EC) No 1610/96 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 July 1996 concerning the creation of a supplementary protection certificate for plant protection (OJ L 198, 8.8.1996, p. 30) products: has) A article 19A, point the following is added: ' m) about plant protection which is protected by a basic patent in force for that product. as a plant protection product, a first market authorisation was obtained after January 1, 2003 may result in issuance of a certificate in Croatia, provided that the certificate request was filed within six months from the date of accession. » .
(b) article 20, paragraph 2 is replaced by the following: "2. this Regulation applies to supplementary certificates of protection issued in accordance with the national legislation of the Czech Republic, of the Estonia, Croatia, Cyprus, of the Latvia, of the Lithuania, of Malta, of the Poland, of the Romania, of the Slovenia and Slovakia prior to their respective of accession dates.".
(R 2 32009, 0469: Regulation (EC) No 469/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 May 2009 concerning the supplementary protection certificate for medicinal products (OJ L 152, 16.6.2009, p. 1): has) A section 20, it point the following is added: ' m) any medicinal product which is protected by a basic patent in force for which, as a medicinal product. , a first market authorisation was obtained after January 1, 2003 may result in issuance of a certificate in Croatia, provided that the certificate request was filed within six months from the date of accession. » .
(b) article 21, paragraph 2 is replaced by the following: "2. this Regulation applies to supplementary certificates of protection issued in accordance with the national legislation of the Czech Republic, of the Estonia, Croatia, Cyprus, of the Latvia, of the Lithuania, of Malta, of the Poland, of the Romania, of the Slovenia and Slovakia prior to their respective of accession dates.".
III. drawings and models community 32002 R 0006: Regulation (EC) No 6/2002 of the Council of 12 December 2001 on Community (OJ L 3, 5.1.2002, p. 1) designs: article 110a, paragraph 1 is replaced by the following text: ' 1. from the date of accession of Bulgaria, of the Czech Republic, Estonia, of Croatia. of Cyprus, of the Latvia, of the Lithuania, of the Hungary, of Malta, of the Poland, of the Romania, of the Slovenia and the Slovakia (hereinafter referred to as 'new Member State' or 'new Member States'), a registered Community design registered or filed pursuant to this regulation before the respective date of accession shall be extended to the territory of those Member States in order to have the same effect throughout the community. » .
3 financial services

32006 L 0048: Directive 2006/48/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 June 2006 relating to access to the activity of credit institutions and its exercise (recast) (OJ L 177, 30.6.2006, p. 1): article 2, the following text is inserted after the reference to the France: '-in Croatia, «kreditne unije» and the «Hrvatska banka za obnovu i razvitak» , ».
4. AGRICULTURE 1. 31991 R 1601: Regulation (EEC) No 1601/91 of the Council of 10 June 1991 laying down general rules on the definition, description and presentation of aromatized wines, aromatized wine-based drinks and cocktails aromatized wine (OJ L 149, 14.6.1991, p. 1): annex II, the following is inserted after the name of the geographic 'Nürnberger Glühwein '.
: "Samoborski bermet.
(2. 32007 R 1234: Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 of 22 October 2007 on the common organisation of the markets in the agricultural sector and specific provisions regarding certain products in this unique (CMO Regulation) sector (OJ L 299, 16.11.2007, p. 1): has) A article 66, the following paragraph shall be inserted: '4A. For Croatia, a special restructuring reserve shall be established as indicated in annex IX, item 2). This reserve shall be released as from 1 April the first quota year after accession to the extent that the consumption of milk and dairy products from farms in Croatia decreased in the period 2008-2012.
The decision on the release of the reserve and the distribution thereof between deliveries and quota 'direct sales' is taken by the Commission in accordance with the procedure referred to in article 195, paragraph 2, on the basis of the assessment of a report to be submitted by Croatia by 31 December 2013. This report describes in detail the results and trends of the actual process of restructuring of the dairy sector of Croatia and, in particular, the transition from a production for own consumption of farmers to produce for the market. » .
b) in article 103 k, subparagraph of paragraph 1, the following is added: "this paragraph does not apply to Croatia for the financial year 2013. Croatia submits to the Commission a draft programme of aid over five years for the programming period 2014-2018.
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(c) in annex III, part II, point 13 is replaced by the following "13.
Means 'full time refinery', a production unit:-whose sole activity consists of refining sugar from imported raw cane, or - which was refined during the 2004/2005 marketing year, a quantity of at least 15,000 tonnes of imported raw cane sugar. For the purposes of this indent, in the case of Croatia, the marketing year is 2007/2008. » .
(d) annex VI is replaced by the following: ' annex VI QUOTAS national and regional from the marketing year 2010/2011 (in tonnes) Member States or regions (1) sugar (2) Isoglucose (3) inulin syrup (4) Belgique676 235,0114 580,20 Bulgarie089 198.0 Republic tcheque372 459.3 Danemark372 383.0 (4) germany2 898 255,756 638.2 ireland0 grece158 702.00 Espagne498 480,253 810.2 France (Métropole) 3 004 811,15 0 departments french of off-mer432 Croatie192 877,0 Italie508 379,032 492,5 latvia0 Lituanie90 252.0 Hongrie105 420,0220 265.8 220.05.
"Country-Bas804 888,000 Autriche351 027,4 poland1 405 608,142 861.4 Portugal (continental) 012 500.0 Autonomous Region of the acores9 953,0 Roumanie104 688,80 slovenia0 Slovaquie112 319,568 094,5 Finlande80 999,00 suede293 186.0 United kingdom1 056 474,00 TOTAL13 529 618,20690 440,80.
"e) annex IX, point 1, the following text is inserted after the entry relating to the France: State membre2008/09 2009/10 2010/112011/12 2012/13 142014-2013-15 765 000765 000 Croatia.
"(f) annex IX, item 2, the table is replaced by the following table: State Membrequantite (in tonnes) Bulgarie39 180 Croatie15 000 Roumanie188 400.
"(g) in annex X, the following text is inserted after the entry relating to the France: Croatie40, 70.
(h) in Appendix b X, the table below is added: ' (thousands EUR) exercise budgetaire2013201420152016a from 2017 HR011 88511 88511 88510 832.
(i) the appendix to annex XI, point 2, the following text is added: ' h) in Croatia, areas planted with vines in the following subregions: Moslavina, Prigorje-bilogora County, Pleivica, Pokuplje and Zagorje-Međimurje.»
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(j) the appendix to annex XI, point 3, the following text is added: ' h) in Croatia, areas planted with vines in the following subregions: Hrvatsko Podunavlje and Slavonija.»
(k) the appendix to annex XI, point 4, the following text is added: ' g) in Croatia, areas planted with vines in the following subregions: Hrvatska Istra, Hrvatsko primorje, Dalmatinska zagora, North Dalmatia and Srednja i Ju€ na Dalmacija. ".
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(3-32008 R 0110: Regulation (EC) No 110/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 January 2008 on the definition, the description, presentation, labelling and protection of geographical indications of spirit drinks and repealing Regulation (EEC) No 1576/89 (OJ L 39, 13.2.2008, p. 16) Council: has) A section 20, the following paragraph is added
: "4. the deadline for the submission of the data sheets referred to in paragraph 1 also applies to Croatia-established geographical indications listed in annex III.".
"(b) to annex III, point 9, geographical indications below are added: Hrvatska lozaCroatie Hrvatska stara ljivovicaCroatie Slavonska ljivovicaCroatie.
"(c) Annex III, paragraph 32, the geographical indication below is added: Hrvatski pelinkovacCroatie.
(d) in annex III, the following point is inserted: 39. ' Maraschino / Marrasquino / MaraskinoZadarski maraschinoCroatie.
' e) in annex III, under the product category 'Other spirit drinks', the geographical indication below is added: Hrvatska travaricaCroatie.
4. 32009 R 0073: Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 of the Council of 19 January 2009 establishing common rules for the direct support schemes for farmers under the common agricultural policy and establishing certain support schemes for farmers, amending regulations (EC) No 1290/2005, (EC) no 247/2006 and (EC) No 378/2007 , and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003 (OJ L 30, 31.1.2009, p.
16): a) article 2, point g), is replaced by the following text: ' g) 'new Member States', the Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, the Estonia, Croatia, Cyprus, the Latvia, the Lithuania, the Hungary, Malta, the Poland, the Romania, the Slovenia and Slovakia;
(b)) article 6, paragraph 2, the first subparagraph is replaced by the following: '2. the Member States other than the new Member States shall ensure that the land under permanent pasture at the date provided for requests for assistance to the surface in 2003 remain assigned to this use. The new Member States, with the exception of Bulgaria, Croatia and the Romania, shall ensure that the land under permanent pasture on 1 May 2004 are allocated for this purpose. The Bulgaria and the Romania shall ensure that land under permanent pasture on 1 January 2007 remain. Croatia shall ensure that the land under permanent pasture on 1 July 2013 remain. ».
c) article 33, paragraph 1, point b) iv), is replaced by the following text: "iv) (under article 47, paragraph 2, sections 57A and 59, of article 64, paragraph 2, third subparagraph, article 65 and article 68, paragraph 4, point c).".
(d) to article 51, paragraph 1, the following subparagraph is added: "Croatia may decide to make use of the possibilities provided in article 52 and article 53, paragraph 1, of this regulation. '. This decision is notified to the Commission by 15 July 2013. ».
e) article 51, paragraph 2, the following paragraph shall be added: "by way of derogation from paragraph 2, in the case of Croatia, this ceiling is determined on the basis of the national ceilings set out in article 104, paragraph 4, and article 112, paragraph 5, in relation to respectively for sheep and goat meat payments and payments for beef and veal referred to in articles 52 and 53. taking into account the timetable for the introduction of direct payments provided for in article 121. » .
(f) article 52, the following subparagraph is inserted after the first subparagraph: ' by way of derogation from the first subparagraph, Croatia may retain up to 50% of the amount resulting from the target ceiling in article 51, paragraph 2, third paragraph, of this regulation to carry out, on an annual basis, an additional payment to farmers.»
(g) article 53, paragraph 1, the following subparagraph is inserted after the first subparagraph: ' by way of derogation from the first subparagraph, Croatia may keep all or part of the amount resulting from the ceiling referred to in article 51, paragraph 2, third subparagraph, this regulation to carry out, on an annual basis, an additional payment to farmers.»
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(h) the title of Chapter 3 of title III is replaced by the following text: "implementation in the new Member States having applied the single payment scheme at the surface and in Croatia.
(i) the title of section 55 is replaced by the following: 'Introduction '.

of the single payment scheme in the Member States having applied the single payment scheme at the surface and in Croatia. » .
(j) article 55, paragraph 1, the first subparagraph is replaced by the following text: ' 1. unless otherwise provided in this chapter, this title shall apply to the new Member States having applied the single area payment scheme provided for in title V, Chapter 2, and Croatia. ''
(k) article 57, paragraph 1, the following sentence is added: "for Croatia, this reduction is not more than 20% of the annual ceiling indicated in table 3 of annex VIII.".
(l) article 57, paragraph 3, the following sentences are added: "in Croatia, the use of the national reserve is subject to authorisation by the Commission issued by way of performing without the assistance of the Committee referred to in article 141. The Commission shall examine in particular the establishment of any national direct payment scheme applicable prior to the date of accession and the conditions of its application. Croatia addresses the application for authorization for the use of the national reserve to the Commission by July 15, 2013.
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(m) the following article is inserted: 'Article 57A National Reserve special for demining in Croatia 1. Croatia creates a special national reserve for mine clearance, which is used to assign, for a period of ten years following the accession and according to objective criteria and in order to ensure equal treatment between farmers and to avoid distortion of the market and competition, the payment entitlements to farmers who cleared land ready to be reused for agricultural purposes.
2. eligible land for the allocation of payment entitlements to the title of this article is not eligible for the allocation of payment entitlements in respect of sections 59 and 61.
3. the value of the payment entitlements established under this section is not greater than the value of the rights to payment in accordance with articles 59 and 61 respectively.
4. the maximum amount allocated to the national reserve for mine clearance is of EUR 9 600 000 and is subject to the timetable for the introduction of direct payments laid down in article 121. The maximum annual amounts are fixed as follows: (thousands EUR) Croatie2013201420152016201720182019202020212022 maximum amount for the national reserve special for 4002 8803 3603 8404 8005 7606 7207 6808 6409 600 5 deminage2. During the first year of implementation of the single payment scheme, Croatia assigns rights to the payments to farmers on the basis of land that have been cleared and declared by the farmers in the aid applications submitted during the first year of implementation of the payment scheme single and reused for agricultural purposes between January 1, 2005 and December 31, 2012.
6. in the years 2013 to 2022, the payment entitlements are allocated to farmers on the basis of cleared land declared by farmers during the year in question, provided that these lands have been reused for agricultural purposes in the calendar year previous, and which have been notified to the Commission in accordance with paragraph 9.
7. in order to ensure a proper use funds from the Union, the Commission amends, in accordance with the procedure referred to in article 141, paragraph 2, the ceiling of table 3 of annex VIII to add the amounts of the special national reserve for demining, which have been awarded 31 December 2022 at the latest.
8. all land declared for the purposes of this section are consistent with the definition of the eligible hectare laid down in article 34, paragraph 2.
9. by 15 July 2013, Croatia shall notify the Commission the area of eligible land in accordance with paragraph 5, indicating the eligible land at levels of aid pursuant to article 59 and those eligible for aid pursuant to article 61 levels. This notification also includes information about the corresponding budgetary envelopes and the unused amounts. From 2014, a communication containing the same information is sent to the Commission no later than 31 January of each year and covers the previous calendar year specifying the areas used for agricultural purposes and the corresponding budgetary envelopes.
10. by 31 December 2012, all mined and cleared land for which farmers could receive a right to the payment of the special national reserve for mine clearance are recorded in the integrated management and control system established in accordance with title II, Chapter 4. » .
n) section 59, the following paragraph is added: '4. the Commission shall adopt, in accordance with the procedure referred to in article 141, paragraph 2, rules for the initial allocation of rights to payment in Croatia.'.
o) in article 61, the following subparagraph is added: "for Croatia, the date referred to in paragraph 1, points a) and b), is June 30, 2011.".
(p) in article 69, paragraph 1, the following text is added to the first subparagraph: "Croatia can decide, from here to the date of accession, use, from the first year of implementation of the single payment scheme, as provided for in article 59, paragraph 2, up to 10% of the national ceiling referred to in article 40, as shown in table 3 of annex VIII.".
(q) section 69, paragraph 9, first subparagraph, the following point shall be inserted after point a): 'aa) set for the year 2022 in the case of Croatia;'.
(r) article 104, paragraph 4 is replaced by the following: "4. the national ceilings apply: State national membrePlafond bulgaria2 058 483 Republic tcheque66 733 Danemark104 000 Estonie48 000 Espagne19 580 000 France7 842 000 Croatie542 651 Chypre472 401 Lettonie18 437 Lituanie17 304 Hongrie1 146 000 Pologne335 880 Portugal2 690 000 Roumanie5 880 620 slovenie84 909 Slovaquie305 756 Finlande80 000 Total41 273 174.
"s) A article 112, paragraph 5, the following is inserted after that concerning the France: Croatie105 270.
(t) article 121 is replaced by the following: 'Article 121 Introduction of direct payments in the new Member States, other than the Bulgaria, Croatia and the Romania direct payments are introduced in accordance with the schedule below, increments the figures corresponding to the percentage of the applicable level of such payments in the Member States other than the new Member States : - 60% in 2009, - 70% in 2010, - 80% in 2011, - 90% in 2012, - 100% as from 2013.
In Bulgaria and Romania, direct payments are introduced in accordance with the schedule below, increments the figures corresponding to the percentage of the level of such payments in Member States other than the new Member States: - 35% in 2009, - 40% in 2010, - 50% in 2011, 60% in 2012, - 70% in 2013, 80% in 2014, - 90% in 2015, - 100% as from 2016.
In Croatia, direct payments are introduced in accordance with the schedule below, increments the figures corresponding to the percentage of the level of such payments in Member States other than the new Member States: - 25% in 2013, - 30% in 2014, - 35% in 2015, - 40% in 2016, - 50% in 2017, - 60% in 2018, - 70% in 2019, - 80% in 2020, - 90% in 2021 - 100% from 2022. » .
(u) article 132, paragraph 2, the following paragraph is inserted after the second subparagraph: ' by way of derogation from the first subparagraph, point a) and b), Croatia has the faculty to complement direct payments up to a maximum of 100% of the level applicable in the Member States other than the new Member States. "
' (v) in annex VII, the following text is inserted after the entry relating to the France: Croatie1001.
(w) in annex VIII, the table below is added: "Table 3 (*) Member State 2013201420152016201720182019202020212022 Croatie93 250111 900130 550149 200186 500223 800261 100298 400335 700373 000 (*) ceilings calculated on the basis of the levels provided in article 121.".
5 FISHING 1. 32002 R 2371: Regulation (EC) No 2371/2002 of the Council of 20 December 2002 on the conservation and sustainable exploitation of fisheries resources under the common fisheries (OJ L 358, 31.12.2002, p. 59): A in annex I, tables below are added: 11. C-BAND! Guard of the Croatia * Zones Geographiquesetat Membreespecesimportance or special features 12 nautical Zone limited to the maritime area under the sovereignty of Croatia North of the parallel of latitude 45 ° 10' N along the western coast of Istria, since the outer limit of the territorial waters of Croatian, where that parallel touches the lands of the western coast of Istria (Cape Grgatov rt Funtana) Slovenieespeces demersal and small pelagics including sardines and the anchois100 tonnes for a maximum of 25 5 equipped with trawl fishing vessels * this scheme apply from the moment where the arbitral award arising out of the arbitration convention between the Government of the Republic of Slovenia and the Government of the Republic of Croatia, signed in Stockholm on 4 November 2009, will have been fully implementation.
12 C-BAND! Slovenia guard * Zones Geographiquesetat Membreespecesimportance or special features 12 nautical Zone limited to the maritime area under the sovereignty of the Slovenia lying north of the parallel of latitude 45 ° 10' N the long

the western coast of Istria, since the outer limit of the Croatian territorial waters, where that parallel touched land on the West coast of Istria (Cape Grgatov rt Funtana) Croatieespeces demersal and small pelagics, including sardines and the anchois100 tonnes for a maximum of 25 5 equipped with trawl fishing vessels * this scheme will apply from the moment where the arbitral award arising out of the arbitration convention between the Government of the Republic of Slovenia and the Government of the Republic of Croatia, signed in Stockholm on 4 November 2009, will have been fully implemented. » .
(2. 32006 R 1198: Regulation (EC) no 1198/2006 of the Council of 27 July 2006 on the European Fund for fisheries (OJ L 223, 15.8.2006, p. 1): has) article 27, paragraph below shall be added: "5. the European Fisheries Fund may contribute to the financing of a system of individual premiums to fishermen who will benefit from the scheme of access provided in annex I. , section 11, of Regulation (EC) No 2371/2002, amended by the Act of accession of Croatia. This regime cannot apply during the period from 2014 to 2015 or, if it occurs before, until the date on which the arbitral award arising out of the arbitration convention between the Government of the Republic of Slovenia and the Government of the Republic of Croatia, signed in Stockholm on 4 November 2009, will have been fully implemented. » .
(b) article 29, paragraph 3 is replaced by the following: "3. by way of derogation from paragraph 2, in the outermost regions and the outlying Greek Islands, as well as in the Croatian islands Dugi otok, Vis, Mljet and Lastovo, aid may be granted to all enterprises.".
(c) article 35, paragraph 4 is replaced by the following: "4. by way of derogation from paragraph 3, in the outermost regions and the outlying Greek Islands, as well as in the Croatian islands Dugi otok, Vis, Mljet and Lastovo, aid may be granted to all enterprises.".
(d) to article 53, paragraph 9, the first paragraph is replaced by the following: "9. When operations are financed by the EFF in the outlying islands Greek, disadvantaged due to their remoteness, in the outermost regions, as well as in the Croatian islands Dugi otok Vis, Mljet and Lastovo, the ceiling of the contribution from the EFF for each priority axis shall be increased by 10 percentage points to the more in the regions eligible under the objective of". convergence and 35 percentage points for the regions not eligible under the convergence objective at most.
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e) in annex II, point a), the table is replaced by the following table: Group 1 group 2Groupe 3Groupe 4 Regions covered by the objective of convergence and outlying Greek Islands-Islands Croatian Dugi otok Vis, Mljet and LastovoA ≤ 100% B ≥ 0% ≤ 40% B ≥ 60% (*) (*) A ≤ 80% B ≥ 20% ≤ 60% B ≥ 40% (*) Regions not covered by the objective of convergenceA ≤ 100% B ≥ 0% ≤ 40% B ≥ 60% (*) (*) A ≤ 60% B ≥ 40% a ≤ 40% B ≥ 60% (*) Regions Ultraperipheriquesa ≤ 100% B ≥ 0% ≤ 50% B ≥ 50% (*) (*) A ≤ 80% B ≥ 20% ≤ 75% B ≥ 25% (*) in relation to the operations referred to in article 25, paragraph 3 (B) rates for Group 2 shall be increased by 20 percentage points. The (A) rates are reduced accordingly.
(**) In relation to the operations referred to in article 26(2) (investment within the meaning of article 25 vessels practising small-scale coastal fishing), (B) rates for Group 2 can be reduced by 20 percentage points. The (A) rates are increased accordingly.
(***) In relation to the operations referred to in articles 29 and 35 when they are implemented by companies that are not covered by article 3, point f), which have less than 750 employees or a turnover of less than EUR 200 million, (B) rates are increased by 30 percentage points in the regions covered by the convergence objective with the exception of the outlying Greek Islands and Croatian Dugi otok Vis, Mljet and Lastovo Islands, and 20 percentage points in the regions not covered by the convergence objective. The (A) rates are reduced accordingly. » .
(f) in annex II, point a), the second paragraph of the "Group 2" subtitle is replaced by the following text: "taking into account the notes (*) and (*), when the Fund finances operations referred to in article 25, paragraph 3, in favour of vessels practising small-scale coastal fishing, (B) rates for Group 2 are:-for the regions covered by the convergence objective. , the outlying Greek Islands, Croatian Dugi otok Vis, Mljet and Lastovo Islands and regions not covered by the convergence objective, greater than or equal to 60 points of percentage (B = 60%), and -for outermost regions higher or equal to 50 points percentage (B = 50%). » .
6 TAXATION 1. 32006 L 0112: Council Directive 2006/112/EC of the Council of 28 November 2006 on the common system of VAT (OJ L 347, 11.12.2006, p. 1): article 287, it point below is added: ' 19) Croatia: EUR 35 000.»
2. 32008 L 0118: Council Directive 2008/118/EC of the Council of 16 December 2008 concerning the general arrangements for excise duty and repealing directive 92/12/EEC (OJ L 9, 14.1.2009, p. 12): article 46, paragraph 3 is replaced by the following: '3. without prejudice to article 32, Member States which are not referred to in article 2. , paragraph 2, third and fourth subparagraphs of directive 92/79/EEC may, as regards cigarettes which may be brought into their territory without further payment of excise duty, apply with effect from 1 January 2014 a quantitative limit of at least 300 units for cigarettes imported from a Member State which applies, in accordance with article 2, paragraph 2 , third and fourth subparagraphs, of the directive, lower excise duty under article 2, paragraph 2, first subparagraph.
The Member States referred to in article 2, paragraph 2, third and fourth subparagraphs, of directive 92/79/EEC which perceive an excise duty of at least 77 EUR per 1,000 units on cigarettes irrespective of the weighted-average retail average price, may, from 1 January 2014, apply a quantitative limit of at least 300 units to cigarettes brought into their territory without further payment of excise duty from a Member State which apply a rate of excise duty less in accordance with article 2, paragraph 2, third subparagraph, of the directive.
The Member States that apply a quantitative limit in accordance with the first and second subparagraphs shall inform the Commission. They can carry out the checks necessary insofar as the latter do not affect the proper functioning of the internal market. » .
7. regional policy and coordination of structural instruments 1.
32006 R 1083: Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 of the Council of 11 July 2006 laying down general provisions on the European Fund of regional development, the social fund European and the cohesion fund and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1260/1999 (OJ L 210, 31.7.2006, p. 25): a) A article 15, paragraph 4, the following sentence is added to paragraph 2 : "With regard to Croatia, the date of this audit is December 31, 2017.".
(b) article 18, paragraph 1, the first subparagraph is replaced by the following text: ' 1. the resources available for commitment from the funds, expressed in 2004 prices, totaled 308 417 037 817 EUR for the period 2007-2013, in accordance with the annual breakdown shown in annex I. "
(c) article 19 is replaced by the following: ' Article 19 resources for the convergence objective overall resources for the convergence objective amounted to 81,56% of resources referred to in article 18, paragraph 1, (i.e. a total of EUR 251 529 800 379) (and shall be distributed between the different components as follows: has) 70.50% (i.e. a total of EUR 177 324 921 223) for the financing referred to in article 5. , subsection 1, using eligible population, regional prosperity, national prosperity and unemployment rate as the criteria for calculating the indicative breakdowns by State Member;
b) 4.98% (i.e. a total of EUR 12 521 289 405) for the transitional and specific support referred to in article 8(1), using eligible population, regional prosperity, national prosperity and unemployment rate as the criteria for calculating the indicative breakdowns by State Member;
c) 23,23% (i.e. a total of EUR 58 433 589 750) for the financing referred to in article 5(2), using population, national prosperity, and surface area as criteria for calculating the indicative breakdowns by State Member;
d) 1,29% (i.e. a total of EUR 3 250 000 000) for the transitional and specific support referred to in article 8, paragraph 3. » .
(d) article 20, the introductory part shall be replaced by the following text: "the overall resources for the regional competitiveness and employment objective amounted to 15.93% of the resources referred to in article 18, paragraph 1, (i.e. a total of EUR 49 127 784 318) and shall be distributed between the different components as follows:
e) article 21, paragraphs 1 and 2 are replaced by the following text: ' 1. overall resources for the European territorial cooperation objective amounted to 2.52% of the resources referred to in article 18, paragraph 1, (i.e. a total of EUR 7 759 453 120) and, with the exception.

the amount referred to in annex II, paragraph 22, are distributed between the different components as follows: a) 73,86% (i.e. a total of EUR 5 583 386 893) for the financing of cross-border cooperation referred to in article 7(1), using eligible population as criteria for calculating the indicative breakdowns by State Member;
b) 20,95% (i.e. a total of EUR 11 583 594 654) for the financing of transnational cooperation referred to in article 7(2), using eligible population as criteria for calculating the indicative breakdowns by State Member;
c) 5,19% (i.e. a total of EUR 392 471 574) for the financing of interregional cooperation, networks of cooperation and exchange of experience referred to in article 7, paragraph 3.
2. the contribution from the ERDF to the cross-border programmes and Sea basin to the title of the instrument to the European neighbourhood and partnership policy and cross-border programmes on the basis of the instrument for pre-accession pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 of the Council amounted to 817 691 234 EUR, following the indications of each of the Member States concerned (, from which are deducted their allocation of paragraph 1, point (a)). The contribution from the ERDF is not a redistribution between the Member States concerned. » .
f) in section 22, the following paragraph is added: "by way of derogation from the first subparagraph, Croatia may allocate its financial allocation in respect of the European territorial cooperation objective between the three components referred to in article 21, paragraph 1, points) to c), to achieve a high level of efficiency and simplification. ''
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(g) article 23 is replaced by the following: ' Article 23 resources for the performance reserve "3% of the resources referred to in article 19, point a) and b), and article 20 may be allocated by the Member States, with the exception of Croatia, in accordance with article 50.» » .
(h) article 28 is amended as follows: i) in paragraph 1, the following subparagraph is inserted after the first subparagraph: "With regard to Croatia, the national strategic reference framework covers the period from the date of accession to 31 December 2013.".
(ii) in paragraph 2, the following subparagraph is inserted after the first subparagraph: 'Croatia shall forward its national strategic reference framework to the Commission within a period of three months from the date of accession.'.
i) in article 29, the following paragraph is added: ' 5. paragraphs 1 to 4 do not apply to Croatia. ''
(j) article 32, paragraph 3, the following paragraph shall be added: "with regard to Croatia, the Committee adopted, 31 December 2013 at the latest, the decision approving an operational programme to be funded in respect of the 2007-2013 programming period Croatia, in this operational programme, take into account the comments made by the Commission and this said programme to the Commission within a maximum period of three months from the date of accession. » .
(k) article 33, paragraph 1, the following paragraph shall be added: "With regard to Croatia, the operational programmes adopted before the date of accession may be revised to better align this regulation.".
(l) article 49, paragraph 3, the following paragraph shall be added: "With regard to the operational programmes of Croatia, ex-post evaluation is finalized no later than December 31, 2016.".
(m) the following article is inserted: "Article 51bis articles 50 and 51 do not apply to Croatia.".
(n) article 53, paragraph 3 is replaced by the following: ' 3. for operational programmes under the European territorial cooperation objective for which at least one participant belongs to Member States whose gross domestic product (GDP) means per capita, from 2001 to 2003 was below 85% of the average of the EU-25 during the same period. , or for programs to which Croatia participates, the contribution from the ERDF must not exceed 85% of the total eligible expenditure. For all other operational programmes, the contribution from the ERDF must not exceed 75% of total eligible public expenditure co-financed by the ERDF. » .
(o) article 56, paragraph 1, the following paragraph shall be added: "with regard to Croatia, expenditure shall be eligible for a contribution from the Fund between the date on which begins the eligibility of expenditure, in accordance with the instruments adopted on the basis of Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006, and December 31, 2016.". However, for operational programmes adopted after accession, expenditure shall be eligible for a contribution from the funds from the date of accession, unless the decision on the operational programme concerned refer to a later date. » .
(p) in article 56, paragraph 3, following the Sub-paragraph is added: "notwithstanding specific provisions for the eligibility referred to in article 105bis, the criteria laid down by the Monitoring Committee of the operational programmes for Croatia shall not apply to operations for which the approval decision was adopted before the date of accession and which were part of the instruments adopted on the basis of Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006.»
((q) in article 62, paragraph 1 is amended as follows: i) in item c), the following subparagraph is inserted after the first subparagraph: 'with regard to Croatia, the present authority of audit of an operational programme to the Commission, within a period of three months from the date of accession, an update of the plan of annual audit referred to in article 29 (, paragraphe 2, point a), Regulation (EC) No 718/2007 of the Commission of 12 June 2007 implementing Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 establishing an instrument for pre-accession assistance (IPA) (9).
((ii) in point (d)), under i), following the Sub-paragraph is added: "with regard to Croatia, the first annual monitoring report, covering the period from October 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013, is presented not later than 31 December 2013. The following reports, covering the periods from 1 July 2013 and 30 June 2014, July 1, 2014, to June 30, 2015 and July 1, 2015, to June 30, 2016, are submitted to the Commission no later than respectively December 31, 2014, on December 31, 2015 and 31 December 2016. The audits and controls carried out after 1 July 2016-related information are included in the final control report supporting the closure declaration referred to point (e)); ».
((iii) in point (e)), following the Sub-paragraph is added: 'With regard to Croatia, the closing statement, together with the final audit report, is submitted to the Commission no later than March 31, 2018.'.
(r) article 67, paragraph 1, the following paragraph shall be added: 'With regard to Croatia, the managing authority shall forward a final implementation report for the operational programme at the latest 31 March 2018.'.
(s) section 71 is amended as follows: i) the following paragraph is added: '1a. Notwithstanding paragraph 1, as soon as possible after the date of accession or at the latest before any payment of Commission, Croatia presents to a description of the systems on the authorities or bodies listed in point a) and b) of the said paragraph. » .
(ii) the following paragraph is added: "2A. Paragraph 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis to the Croatia. The report referred to in the first subparagraph of paragraph 2 shall be deemed accepted at the same conditions as those referred to in the second subparagraph of paragraph 2. However, this acceptance is a precondition for the payment of the amount of the pre-financing referred to in article 82. ».
t) section 75, the following paragraph is added: '1a. With regard to Croatia, the budgetary commitments under the ERDF, the cohesion fund and of the ESF for 2013 are made on the basis of the decision referred to in article 28, paragraph 3, before the Commission takes a any decision regarding the revision of an operational programme adopted. The decision referred to in article 28, paragraph 3, constitutes a financing decision within the meaning of article 75 of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 for all budgetary commitment to Croatia. » .
((u) in article 78, paragraph 2, point c), the phrase below is added: "with regard to Croatia, they are covered by expenditure paid by the beneficiaries during the implementation of the project and they are justified by receipted invoices or accounting documents of equivalent probative value submitted no later than three years after the year where the advance has been paid or December 31, 2016. If this date is earlier than the first; otherwise, the following statement of expenditure shall be adjusted accordingly. » .
v) in article 82, the following paragraph is added: '1a. With regard to Croatia, following the acceptance of the report in accordance with article 71, paragraph 2, point has), and following budgetary commitments referred to in article 75, paragraph 1 a, an amount of pre-financing unique for the part of the 2007-2013 period remaining is paid only once and will represent 30% of the contribution from the structural funds and 40% of the contribution from the cohesion fund to the operational programme. » .
(w) article 89, paragraph 1, the following paragraph shall be added: "with regard to Croatia, a demand for payment including the documents referred to in points a) i) to a) iii) is transmitted not later than March 31, 2018.".
x) section 93, the following paragraph is added: 3A. By way of derogation

in paragraphs 1 to 3, as regards Croatia, the Commission applies the mechanism of release referred to in paragraph 1 as follows: i) the time limit for any open commitment for 2010 is December 31, 2013.
(ii) the time limit for any part of the commitment for 2011 is December 31, 2014;
(iii) the time limit for any open commitment for 2012 is 31 December 2015;
(iv) any part of the commitments for 2013 open December 31, 2016 is the subject of an automatic decommitment if the Commission received no request admissible payment therefor no later than March 31, 2018. ».
(y) article 95, the following subparagraph is inserted after the second subparagraph: "By way of derogation from the first and second subparagraphs, as regards Croatia, the time limits referred to in article 93, paragraph 3a are interrupted under the conditions laid down in paragraph 1 of this article for the amount corresponding to the transactions concerned.".
(z) article 98, paragraph 2, the following paragraph shall be added: "With regard to Croatia, the resources thus released can be reused by the Croatia until 31 December 2016.".
za) section the following is added: 'Article 105bis specific provisions following the accession of Croatia 1. Major projects and programs which, at the date of the accession of Croatia, have been approved under the Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 and whose implementation has not been completed by that date shall be considered as approved by the Commission in respect of this regulation, with the exception of approved programmes in respect of the components referred to in article 3 ((, paragraph 1, a) and (e)), of Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006.
Addition, the programs below within the component referred to in article 3, paragraph 1, point b), of Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 are also excluded: has) the programme IPA cross-border cooperation 'Adriatic ';
b) the cross-border programme "Croatia-Bosnia and Herzegovina";
c) the cross-border programme "Croatia-Montenegro ';
d) the cross-border programme "Croatia-Serbia.
Without prejudice to paragraphs 2 to 7, the provisions governing implementation operations and major projects approved in accordance with this Regulation apply to these operations and major projects.
2. any procurement procedure related to operations carried out in the context of the programmes referred to in paragraph 1 or major projects referred to in paragraph 1 which on the date of accession, has already been the subject of an invitation to tender published in the Official Journal of the Union European is implemented in compliance with the rules set out in this call for tenders. Article 165 of the Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 shall not apply.
Any procedure for procurement related to operations carried out under the programmes referred to in paragraph 1 or major projects referred to in paragraph 1 which on the date of accession, has not yet been the subject of an invitation to tender published in the Official Journal of the Union European is implemented in accordance with the treaties or acts adopted pursuant to them , in accordance with article 9 of this regulation.
Of operations other than those referred to in the first and second subparagraphs and having been the subject of calls for proposals in accordance with article 158 of Regulation (EC) No 718/2007 of the Commission or for which applications were submitted to the competent authorities before the date of accession, but for which contracts could not be finalized until after that date, are implemented in accordance with the conditions and the eligibility rules published in the call for proposals concerned or communicated in advance to the beneficiaries potential.
3. payments made by the Commission in respect of the programmes referred to in paragraph 1 are considered to be a contribution from the Fund on the basis of this regulation and are assigned to the open the oldest, including commitments in respect of the IPA budget commitment.
Any part of the commitments made by the Commission in respect of the programmes referred to in paragraph 1 and yet open to the date of accession is governed by this Regulation as from the date of accession.
4. for operations approved under Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006, which have been approved or for which the grant with final beneficiaries agreements were signed prior to the date of accession, the rules governing the eligibility of expenditure pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 718/2007 of the Commission, or on the basis of it, shall remain applicable, except in duly justified cases on which the Commission must take a decision at the request of Croatia.
The rule for eligibility established in the first subparagraph shall also apply to large projects referred to in paragraph 1 for which bilateral project agreements were signed prior to the date of accession.
5. with regard to Croatia, any reference to the Fund as defined in article 1, second paragraph, means as also including the instrument for pre-accession assistance established by Council Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006.
((6. the specific deadlines for Croatia shall also apply to the following cross-border programmes falling under the component referred to in article 3, paragraph 1, point b), of Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006, in which Croatia participates: a) the cross-border programme 'Hungary-Croatia "; and (b) the cross-border programme 'Slovenia-Croatia.
Specific deadlines for Croatia under this regulation do not apply to operational programmes of transnational or interregional territorial cooperation objective European components in which Croatia participates.
7. If measures are needed to facilitate the transition from the regime in force before Croatia adherence to the regime resulting from the application of this article, the Commission shall adopt the measures required. » .
zb) Annex I is replaced by the following: ' Annex I annual breakdown of the commitment appropriations for the period 2007-2013 (referred to in article 18) (in EUR, 2004 prices) 2007200820092010201120122013 42 863 000 00043 318 000 00043 862 000 00043 860 000 00044 073 000 00044 723 000 00045 718 037 817.
(zc) annex II is amended as follows: i) in paragraph 5, the points below are added: ' c) for Croatia, the resources for the financing of cross-border cooperation will amount to 7 028 744 EUR, expressed in 2004 prices;
(d) for Croatia, the resources for the financing of transnational cooperation will be 1 874 332 EUR, expressed in 2004 prices. » .
(ii) the following is added: '7A.
For Croatia, the maximum level of transfers of funds shall be 3,5240% of its GDP. » .
(iii) the following is added: '9A. For Croatia, GDP calculations by the Commission, will be based on statistics and forecasts published in May 2011. » .
ZD) Annex III is replaced by the following: 'Annex III ceilings applicable to Criteresetats membresFEDER and ESF (referred to in article 53) co-financing rate as a percentage of expenditures Eligiblesfonds of cohesion as a percentage of eligible expenditure 1. Member States whose average GDP per capita, from 2001 to 2003 was below 85% of the average of the EU-25 during the same Periodebulgarie, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Croatia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia and Slovakia 85% for the convergence and regional competitiveness and emploi85% 2 objectives.
Member States other than those referred to in line 1) eligible for the transitional arrangements for the cohesion fund at 1 January 2007 Espagne80% for convergence regions and regions in phasing of assistance under the objective regional competitiveness and 50% for regional competitiveness and employment outside the regions in phasing of the aide85% 3. Member States other than those referred to in lines) 1 and 2) Belgium, Denmark, Germany, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Austria, Finland, Sweden and Kingdom-Uni75% for the convergence - 4. Member States other than those referred to in lines) 1 and 2) Belgium, Denmark, Germany, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Austria, Finland, Sweden and Kingdom-Uni50% for the regional and employment-5 competitiveness objective.
Outermost regions referred to in article 349 TFEU receiving the additional funding for these regions provided for in point 20 of annex IIEspagne, France and Portugal 50% - 6.
"Outermost regions referred to in article 349 of the TFUEEspagne France and Portugal 85% under the convergence and regional competitiveness and employment objectives —
2. 32006 R 1084: Regulation (EC) no 1084/2006 of 11 July 2006 establishing a cohesion fund and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1164/94 (OJ L 210, 31.7.2006, p. 79).
The following article is inserted: 'Article 5a specific provisions following the accession of Croatia 1. Measures which, at the date of the accession of Croatia, have been the subject of decisions of the Commission on assistance under Regulation (EC) No 1267/1999 of the Council of 21 June 2009 establishing a structural instrument for pre-accession * and whose implementation has not been completed by that date shall be regarded as approved by the Commission under this regulation.
Without prejudice to paragraphs 2 to 5, the provisions governing the implementation of measures approved pursuant to this regulation and to Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 shall apply to the measures referred to in the first subparagraph of this paragraph.

2. any procurement procedure market linked to a measure referred to in paragraph 1 which on the date of accession, has already been the subject of an invitation to tender published in the Official Journal of the European Union is implemented in compliance with the rules set out in this call for tenders. Article 165 of the Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 of the Council of 25 June 2002 on the financial regulation applicable to the general budget of the European Communities * does not apply.
Any procurement process market linked to a measure referred to in paragraph 1 which on the date of accession, has not yet been the subject of an invitation to tender published in the Official Journal of the Union European is implemented in accordance with the treaties or acts adopted pursuant to them, and in accordance with article 9 of Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006.
3. payments made by the Commission under a measure referred to in paragraph 1 are considered to be a contribution from the Fund in respect of this regulation.
Payments made by the Commission under a measure referred to in paragraph 1 are assigned to the earliest open commitment made pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 1267/1999, and then pursuant to this regulation and Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006.
Relating to interim payments or balance requirements are those set out in annex II, section D, paragraph 2, points (b)) to (d)), and paragraphs 3 to 5, of Regulation (EC) No 1164/94.
4. for the measures referred to in paragraph 1, the rules governing the eligibility of expenditure pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 1267/1999 or specifically laid down in the financing agreements concerned shall remain applicable, except in duly substantiated cases, on which the Commission must take a decision at the request of Croatia.
5. If measures are needed to facilitate the transition from the regime in force before Croatia adherence to the regime resulting from the application of this article, the Commission shall adopt the measures required.
* OJ L 161, 26.6.1999, p. 73.
* OJ L 248, 16.9.2002, p. 1. » .
8 ENVIRONMENT 1. 32003 L 0087: Directive 2003/87/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 October 2003 establishing a scheme for greenhouse gas emission allowance within the community and amending directive 96/61/EC of the Council (OJ L 275, 25.10.2003, p. 32): a) in article 9, the sentence below is added to the first subparagraph : «The quantity of allowances issued for the whole of the community will increase following the accession of Croatia as the quantity of allowances that Croatia puts auctions under article 10, paragraph 1. ".
(b) in Annex IIA, the following is inserted after the Spain: '' Croatia 26%.
2 32009 D 0406: Commission Decision No 406/2009/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2009 on the effort by Member States to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in order to meet the commitments of the community in reducing these emissions until 2020 (OJ L 140, 5.6.2009, p. 136) : In the annex II, the following reference is inserted after that relating to the France: Croatia 11% ".

Annex IV list referred to in article 16 of the Act of accession: other permanent provisions 1.
The intellectual property Treaty on the functioning of the Union European, part three, title II, entitled 'Free movement of goods' mechanism specific with regard to Croatia, the holder or the person entitled to the holder of a patent or a supplementary protection certificate (SPCs) issued for a medicinal product filed in a Member State on a date that such protection could not be obtained in Croatia for this product may invoke the rights conferred by the patent or the CCP to prevent the import and marketing of this product in the Member State or Member States where the product in question enjoys the protection of a patent or of a CCP, even though this product has been marketed for the first time in Croatia by the proprietor or with his consent.
Any person intending to import or market a drug covered by the first subparagraph in a Member State where the product enjoys patent or of a CCP demonstrates to the competent authorities in the application regarding that import that one month prior notification was given to the holder or person entitled to such protection.
2. policy of the competition Treaty on the functioning of the European Union, part three, title VII, Chapter 1, «Competition rules» 1. Aid schemes and individual aid, entered into force in Croatia before the date of accession and still applicable after that date, are regarded upon accession as existing aid within the meaning of article 108, paragraph 1, TFEU: has) entered into force before 1 March 2002 aid measures.
(b) the aid measures listed in the appendix to this annex;
c) aid measures examined by the Croatian competition agency prior to the date of accession and found to be compatible with the acquis of the Union, and for which the Commission raised no objections because of serious doubts as to the compatibility of the measures with the internal market, under the procedure referred to in paragraph 2.
All measures still applicable after the date of accession which constitute State aid and do not meet the above requirements are considered as new aid upon the date of accession for the purposes of the application of article 108, paragraph 3, TFEU.
The provisions above do not apply to aid granted to activities linked to the production, processing and the placing on the market of the products listed in annex I of the TEU and the TFEU.
2. when Croatia wishes the Commission to examine an aid measure under the procedure described in paragraph 1, item c), it shall regularly inform the Commission: has) a list of existing aid measures which have been examined by the Croatian competition agency and that that authority has found to be compatible with the acquis of the Union. and (b) any other information needed for the assessment of the compatibility of the aid measure to be examined, using the specific form provided by the Commission.
If the Commission raises no objections to the aid measure existing due to doubts as to the compatibility of the measure with the internal market within three months of receipt of complete information to its subject or the receipt of a communication from Croatia in which it informed the Commission that it considers the information provided to be complete because the additional information that has been requested is not available or has already been provided , the Commission shall be deemed not to have raised objections.
All aid measures submitted to the Commission before the date of accession in respect of the procedure described in paragraph 1, point c), are the subject of those proceedings notwithstanding the fact that, during the review period, Croatia has already become Member of the Union.
3. any decision of the Commission to raise objections to a measure, within the meaning of paragraph 1, point c), is regarded as a decision to initiate the formal investigation procedure within the meaning of Regulation (EC) no 659/1999 of the Council of 22 March 1999 laying down detailed rules for the application of article 93 of the Treaty this (19) (now article 108 of the TFEU).
If such a decision is taken before the date of accession, it takes effect on the date of accession.
3. Agriculture) Treaty on the functioning of the European Union, part three, title III entitled "agriculture and fishing" 1. Public stocks held by Croatia at the date of accession and resulting from the market support policy pursued by it are supported by the Union to a value calculated by applying article 4, paragraph 1, point d), and annex VIII to Regulation (EC) No 884/2006 of the Commission of 21 June 2006 laying down detailed rules for the application of Regulation (EC) No 1290/2005 Council as regards the financing by the European agricultural guarantee fund (EAGF) of intervention in the form of public storage measures and the accounting of public storage by the paying agencies of the Member States (20). These stocks are included only on condition that public intervention for the products in question is carried out in the Union and that the stocks concerned meets the conditions for intervention by the Union.
2. any stock, private or public, in free circulation in Croatia by the date of accession and beyond the level of what can be considered to be a normal stock of deferral, is borne by Croatia in the form of a payment to the general budget of the European Union.
The amount of the payment is fixed at a level taking into account the costs related to the effects of excess inventory in the market of agricultural products.
The level of surplus stocks is determined for each product, taking into account characteristics of it and the markets concerned as well as the EU legislation applicable to that product.
3. the stocks referred to in paragraph 1 shall be deducted from the quantity exceeding the normal carry-over stocks.
4. the Commission implements and applies the arrangements described in paragraphs 1 to 3 in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 41, paragraph 2, of Regulation (EC) No 1290/2005 of the Council of 21 June 2005 on the financing of the common agricultural policy (21) or, where appropriate, in accordance with the procedure referred to in article 195, paragraph 2 , of Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 or the procedure of

relevant Committee under the applicable law.
(b) Treaty on the functioning of the European Union, part three, title VII, Chapter 1, "The rules of competition" without prejudice to the procedures for aid schemes existing under article 108 of the TFEU, aid schemes and individual aid granted to activities linked to the production or trade of products listed in annex I of the TEU and TFEU , with the exception of the products of fishing and their derivatives, implemented in Croatia prior to the date of accession and still applicable after that date, are regarded as existing aid within the meaning of article 108, paragraph 1, TFEU, provided that the following conditions are fulfilled:-these aid measures are notified to the Commission within a period of four months from the date of accession. The notification contains information on the legal basis for each measure; aid measures as well as the projects grant or modification of aid which are notified to the Commission before the date of accession shall be deemed it have been notified on the date of accession. The Commission shall publish the list of these AIDS.
These aid measures shall be regarded as "existing aid" within the meaning of article 108, paragraph 1, TFEU for a period of three years from the date of accession.
Within a period of three years from the date of accession, Croatia amends, as appropriate, these aid measures in order to comply with the guidelines applied by the Commission. At the end of this period, any aid found to be incompatible with these guidelines is regarded as new aid.
4 fishing Treaty on the functioning of the European Union, part three, title VII, Chapter 1, "The rules of competition" without prejudice to the procedures concerning aid schemes existing under article 108 of the TFEU, aid schemes and individual aid granted in respect of activities of production and trade of fishing and their derivatives listed on the list of annex I of the TEU and the TFEU implemented in Croatia prior to the date of accession and still applicable after that date, are considered as existing aid within the meaning of article 108, paragraph 1, TFEU, provided that the following conditions are fulfilled:-these aid measures are notified to the Commission within a period of four months from the date of accession.
The notification contains information on the legal basis for each measure; aid measures as well as the projects grant or modification of aid which are notified to the Commission before the date of accession shall be deemed it have been notified on the date of accession. The Commission shall publish the list of these AIDS.
These aid measures shall be regarded as "existing aid" within the meaning of article 108, paragraph 1, TFEU for a period of three years from the date of accession.
Within a period of three years from the date of accession, Croatia amends, as appropriate, these aid measures in order to comply with the guidelines applied by the Commission.
Once the deadline is passed, any aid found to be incompatible with these guidelines is regarded as new aid.
5 UNION Customs Treaty on the functioning of the European Union, part three, title II, entitled "Free movement of goods", Chapter 1, "the customs union 31992 R 2913: Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of the Council of 12 October 1992 establishing the customs code (OJ L 302, 19.10.1992, p. 1).
31993 R 2454: Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 of the Commission of 2 July 1993 laying down provisions for the implementation of Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 establishing the customs code (OJ L 253, 11.10.1993, p. 1).
Regulations (EEC) No 2913/92 of the Council and (EEC) No 2454/93 the Commission apply to Croatia subject to the following specific provisions: proof of status (trade within the enlarged UNION) EU 1. Notwithstanding article 20 of Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of the Council, goods which, at the date of accession are in temporary storage or fall under one of the treatments or customs procedures referred to in article 4, paragraph 15, item b), and paragraph 16, point (b)) to h) of that regulation in the enlarged Union, or who are in transit in the Union expanded after the subject of export formalities (, are free of customs duties and of other customs measures when they are declared for release for free practice in the enlarged Union, provided that one of the following evidence is produced: a) the proof of preferential origin properly issued or made before the date of accession under the ASA;
(b) one any evidence of the EU nature referred to in article 314quater of Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 of the Commission;
(c) a carnet ATA issued before the date of accession in a present Member State or in Croatia.
(2. for the purpose of issuing the proofs referred to in paragraph 1, point b), with regard to the situation at the date of accession and in addition to the provisions of article 4, paragraph 7, of Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of the Council, means 'Community goods', the goods:-entirely obtained in the territory of Croatia in conditions identical to those of article 23 of Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of the Council and not containing goods imported from other countries or territories;
-imported from countries or territories other than Croatia and released for free circulation in Croatia; or - obtained or produced in Croatia, either from goods referred only to the second indent or from goods referred to in the first and second indents.
3. for the purposes of verification of the evidence referred to in paragraph 1, point (a)), the provisions relating to the definition of 'originating products' and methods of administrative cooperation in accordance with the ASA are applicable. Requests for verification a posteriori of this evidence is accepted by the competent customs authorities of the present Member States as well as those of Croatia for a period of three years from the issue of the proof of origin concerned and may be made by those authorities for a period of three years after acceptance of the proof of origin supporting a declaration of free circulation.
PROOF OF PREFERENTIAL ORIGIN (TRADE WITH THIRD PARTIES, INCLUDING TURKEY, IN THE FRAMEWORK OF AGREEMENTS DISCOUNTS IN THE FIELDS OF AGRICULTURE, COAL AND STEEL PRODUCTS) 4. Without prejudice to the application of any measure deriving from the common commercial policy, proof of origin properly issued by third countries under preferential agreements concluded by Croatia with these third countries are accepted by Croatia provided that: a) the acquisition of such origin confers preferential tariff treatment on the basis of the preferential tariff measures contained in agreements or arrangements which the Union has concluded with third countries or groups of countries or (she adopted in what concerns them, as referred to in article 20, paragraph 3, point d) and (e)), of Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of the Council;
(b) the proof of origin and the transport documents were issued or established no later than the day before the date of accession; and (c) the proof of origin is submitted to the Customs authorities within a period of four months from the date of accession.
Where goods were declared for release for free circulation in Croatia before the date of accession, proof of origin has been issued or established retroactively in respect of preferential agreements in force in Croatia on the date of the release for free circulation may also be accepted in Croatia on condition that the proof of origin is submitted to the Customs authorities within a period of four months from the date of accession.
(5. Croatia is authorised to retain the authorisations under which had been granted "approved exporter" status within the framework of agreements concluded with third countries, provided that: a) this provision is also provided for in the agreements or plans the Union has concluded with these third countries or groups of countries or adopted in what concerns , before the date of accession; and (b) the approved exporters apply the rules on origin laid down in these agreements or arrangements.
Within a maximum period of one year from the date of accession, Croatia replaces these authorizations by new authorisations issued under the conditions laid down by the legislation of the Union.
6. for the purposes of verification of the proof referred to in paragraph 4, the provisions relating to the definition of 'originating products' and methods of administrative cooperation agreements or relevant plans are applicable. Requests for verification a posteriori of this evidence is accepted by the competent customs authorities of the present Member States as well as those of Croatia for a period of three years following the issue of the proof of origin concerned and may be made by those authorities for a period of three years after acceptance of the proof of origin supporting a declaration of free circulation.
7. without prejudice to the application of any measure deriving from the common commercial policy, proof of origin issued or established retrospectively by third countries under agreements or preferential arrangements that the Union has concluded with third countries or have

adopted in relation to them, are accepted in Croatia with a view to the release for free circulation of goods which on the date of accession are either in transit or in temporary storage, in a customs warehouse or in a free zone in one of these countries or in Croatia, provided that no free trade agreement for the products in question entered into by Croatia with the third country is in force at the time where the documents of transport have been issued and provided that: a) the acquisition of such origin confers preferential tariff treatment on the basis of the preferential tariff measures contained in agreements or plans the Union has concluded with third countries or groups of third countries or adopted in what concerns them, as referred to in article 20, paragraph 3 ((, points d) and (e)), of Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of the Council;
(b) the transport documents were issued no later than the day before the date of accession; and (c) the proof of origin issued or made out retrospectively is submitted to the Customs authorities within a period of four months from the date of accession.
8. for the purposes of verification of the evidence referred to in paragraph 7, the provisions relating to the definition of 'originating products' and methods of administrative cooperation agreements or relevant plans are applicable.
PROOF OF THE STATUS OF THE PRODUCTS IN RESPECT OF THE PROVISIONS HAS THE FREE CIRCULATION OF PRODUCTS MANUFACTURERS IN THE EU-TURKEY CUSTOMS UNION 9.
The proof of origin duly issued by the Turkey or Croatia in the context of preferential trade agreements applied between them and providing a prohibition of drawback or exemption from the customs duties on the goods concerned, is accepted in the respective countries as proof of the status of the products in respect of the provisions on free circulation for industrial products provided for by decision No 1/95 of the association Council EC-Turkey of 22 December 1995 on to implementation
place of the final phase of the customs union (22) (hereinafter 'decision No 1/95'), provided that: a) the proof of origin and the transport documents were issued or established at the latest the day before the date of accession; and (b) the proof of origin is submitted to the Customs authorities within a period of four months from the date of accession.
Where goods were declared for release for free circulation in Turkey or Croatia before the date of accession in the context of preferential trade agreements referred to in the first subparagraph, the proof of origin has been issued or established retroactively in respect of these agreements may also be accepted provided that it is submitted to the Customs authorities within a period of four months from the date of accession.
10. for the purposes of verification of the evidence referred to in paragraph 9, the provisions relating to the definition of 'originating products' and methods of administrative cooperation of the relevant preferential agreements shall apply. Requests for verification a posteriori of this evidence is accepted by the competent customs authorities of the present Member States as well as those of Croatia for a period of three years following the issue of the proof of origin concerned and may be made by those authorities for a period of three years after acceptance of the proof of origin supporting a declaration of free circulation.
11. without prejudice to the application of any measure deriving from the common commercial policy, an A.TR movement certificate issued in respect of the provisions relating to the free circulation of industrial products provided for by decision No 1/95 is accepted in Croatia with a view to the release for free circulation of goods which on the date of accession are either in transit within the Union or in Turkey after being the subject of export formalities (((, either in temporary storage or fall within one of the customs procedures referred to in article 4, paragraph 16, point (b)) to h), Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of the Council in Turkey or Croatia, on condition that: has) no proof of origin within the meaning of paragraph 9 was presented for the goods concerned;
(b) the goods meet the conditions of implementation of the provisions on free circulation for industrial products;
(c) the transport documents were issued no later than the day before the date of accession; and (d) the A.TR movement certificate is submitted to the Customs authorities within a period of four months from the date of accession.
12. for the purposes of verifying the A.TR movement certificates referred to in paragraph 11, the provisions relating to issuing such certificates and the methods of administrative cooperation on the basis of decision No 1/2006 of the EC Customs co-operation Committee - Turkey of 26 July 2006 laying down detailed rules for the application of decision No 1/95 of the EC-Turkey association Council (23) are applicable.
13 CUSTOMS PROCEDURES. (Temporary deposits as well as customs procedures referred to in article 4, paragraph 16, point (b)) to h), Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of the Council who have taken courses before the date of accession, terminate or are cleared according to the conditions laid down by the legislation of the Union.
When the end of the deposit or the clearance of customs give rise to a customs debt, the amount of rights to import to pay is the amount in force at the time when the customs debt is incurred in accordance with the common customs tariff and the amount paid is considered to be an EU own resource.
14. the procedures governing the customs warehousing procedure laid down in articles 84 to 90 and 98 to 113 of Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of the Council and articles 496 to 535 of Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 the Commission shall apply to the Croatia subject to the following specific provisions: – when the amount of a customs debt is determined on the basis of the nature of the import goods , and when the declaration of placing of these goods under the procedure was accepted prior to the date of accession, the tariff classification, the quantity, the value for duty and origin of the goods at the time of their placing under the arrangements are those resulting from the legislation in Croatia at the time of acceptance of the declaration by the Customs authorities.
15. the procedures governing the system of inward processing laid down in articles 84 to 90 and 114 to 129 of Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 and articles 496 to 523 and 536 to 550 of Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 the Commission Council are applicable to Croatia subject to the following specific provisions: – when the amount of a customs debt is determined on the basis of the nature of the import goods and when the declaration of entry These goods under the procedure was accepted before the date of accession, the tariff classification, the quantity, the value for duty and origin of the goods at the time of their placing under the regime are those resulting from legislation in Croatia on the date of acceptance of the declaration by the Customs authorities;
-in order to respect fairness between the authorisation holders established in the present Member States and those of Croatia, where the discharge gives rise to a customs debt, compensatory interest shall be paid on the import duties due under the conditions laid down by the legislation of the Union from the date of accession;
-If the declaration for inward processing was accepted under a drawback system, the drawback is completed according to the conditions laid down by the legislation of the Union, by Croatia, where the customs debt giving rise to the application for refund was born before the date of accession and at the expense of it.
16. the procedures governing the temporary importation laid down in articles 84 to 90 and 137 to 144 of Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 and articles 496 to 523 and 553 to 584 of Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 the Commission Council are applicable to Croatia subject to the following specific requirements:-where the amount of a customs debt is determined on the basis of the nature of the import goods and when the declaration of entry These goods under the procedure was accepted before the date of accession, the tariff classification, the quantity, the value for duty and origin of the goods at the time of their placing under the regime are those resulting from legislation in Croatia on the date of acceptance of the declaration by the Customs authorities;
-in order to respect fairness between the authorisation holders established in the present Member States and those of Croatia, where the discharge gives rise to a customs debt, compensatory interest shall be paid on the import duties due under the conditions laid down by the legislation of the Union from the date of accession;
17. the procedures governing the regime of outward processing laid down in articles 84 to 90 and 145 to 160 of Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of the Council and articles 496 to 523 and 585 to 592 of Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 the Commission apply to Croatia subject to the following specific provisions: – article 591, paragraph 2, of Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 the Commission shall apply mutatis mutandis to goods for temporary exportation who were temporarily exported from Croatia before the date of accession.
OTHER PROVISIONS 18. The permissions that have been granted before the date of accession by Croatia

for the use of the customs procedures referred to in article 4, paragraph 16, point d), e) and g) or to the authorised economic operator status, provided for in article 5a, paragraph 2, of Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of the Council are valid until the end of their validity or one year from the date of accession, whichever is which comes first.
19. the procedures governing the birth of a customs debt, taking into account and recovery in retrospect, laid down in articles 201 to 232 of Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of the Council and articles 859 to 876bis of Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 the Commission shall apply to Croatia subject to the following specific provisions: – recovery is carried out according to the conditions laid down by the legislation of the Union. However, where the customs debt was incurred before the date of accession, recovery is made by Croatia and in his favor, according to the conditions laid down by the legislation in force in Croatia before accession.
20. the procedures governing repayment and remission of duties, laid down in articles 235 to 242 of Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of the Council and articles 877 to 912 of Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 the Commission shall apply to the Croatia subject to the following specific provisions: – repayment and remission of duties shall be carried out according to the conditions laid down by the legislation of the Union. However, when the rights subject to an application for repayment or remission refer to a customs debt which arose before the date of accession, repayment and remission of duties are performed by Croatia, at its own expense, the conditions laid down by the legislation in force in Croatia before accession.

Appendix to annex IV list of existing aid referred to in paragraph 1, point b), existing aid provided for in section 2 ('competition policy') Note: assistance listed in this appendix shall be regarded as existing aid for the purposes of the application of the mechanism of existing aid referred to in section 2 that insofar as they fall within the scope of paragraph 1 thereof.
Number of enregistrementTitre (original) Date of approval by the Croatian Agency of Concurrenceduree MNE ° year HR12011Zakon o slobodnim zonama (Narodne novine 44/96, 92/05, 85/08) 17/06/200831/12/2016 HR32011Zakon o Hrvatskoj radioteleviziji (Narodne novine 137/10) 21/10/2010illimitee HR42011Odluka o otvorenosti Zraene luke Osijek d.o.o. u razdoblju od 2009. do 2013. godine, od 20. veljaee 2009. (i) 24. travnja 2009.25/05/200931/12/2013 HR52011Program nakladnitva od 2011 financiranja. do 2013.10/02/201131/12/2013 HR62011Naknadno odobrenje dr€ avnih potpora poduzetniku Rockwool Adriatic d.o.o.30/12/201031/12/2015 HR92011Zakon o znanstvenoj djelatnosti i visokom obrazovanju (Narodne novine 123/03, 198/03, 105/04, 174/04, 46/07) 01/02/200731/12/2014 HR102011Odluka o obvezi otvorenosti Zraene luke Rijeka d.o.o. za javni zraeni promises u razdoblju od 2010. do 2014, od 25. sijeenja 2010. (i) 3. studenoga 2010.10/03/201131/12/2014 annex V list referred to in article 18 of the Act of accession: transitional measures 1. FREE movement of goods 32001 L 0083: Directive 2001/83/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 November 2001 on the Community code relating to medicinal products for human use (OJ L 311, 28.11.2001, p. 67).
By way of derogation from the requirements of quality, safety and efficacy laid down in directive 2001/83/EC, authorisations on the market for drugs that are not article 3, paragraph 1, of Regulation (EC) No 726/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 31 March 2004 laying down Community procedures for the authorisation and supervision with regard to medicinal products for human and veterinary , and establishing a European medicines (24), are not on the list (in Appendix to this annex, provided by Croatia) and were issued under the legislation of Croatia before the date of accession, shall remain valid until they are renewed in accordance with the acquis of the Union or in the four years following the date of accession, if this final deadline is the closest.
The authorizations on the market covered by this derogation are not the recognition in the Member States as long as the products concerned were not allowed pursuant to directive 2001/83/EC.
National authorisations granted on the basis of national law prior to the date of accession and which are not covered by the derogation as well as all new authorizations for placing on the market shall, from the date of accession, market conform to directive 2001/83/EC.
2 free movement of people the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union 31996 L 0071: Directive 96/71/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 1996 concerning the posting of workers carried out in the context of the provision of services (OJ L 18, 21.1.1997, p. 1).
32004 L 0038: Directive 2004/38/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on the right of citizens of the Union and their family members to move and reside freely within the territory of the Member States, amending Regulation (EEC) No 1612/68 and repealing directives 64/221/EEC, 68/360/EEC, 72/194/EEC 73/148/EEC, 75/34/EEC, 75/35/EEC, 90/364/EEC, 90/365/EEC and 93/96/EEC (OJ L 158, 30.4.2004, p. 77).
32011 R 0492: Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 April 2011 on the free movement of workers within the Union (OJ L 141, 27.5.2011, p. 1).
1. article 45 and article 56, first paragraph, TFEU not apply fully subject to the transitional provisions laid down in paragraphs 2 to 13, with respect to the free movement of workers and freedom to provide services involving temporary workers circulation, as defined in article 1 of directive 96/71/EC between Croatia on one hand, and each of the present Member States, of the other part.
2. by way of derogation from articles 1 to 6 of Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 and until the end of a period of two years following the date of accession, the present Member States will apply national measures or measures resulting from bilateral agreements, regulating access of Croatian citizens to their labour market. The present Member States may continue to apply these measures until the end of the period of five years following the date of accession.
Croatian nationals working legally in a Member State current at the date of accession and which are admitted to the labour market of that Member State for an uninterrupted period equal to or greater than twelve months may benefit from access to the the labour market of that Member State but not to the labour market of other Member States applying national measures.
Croatian nationals admitted to the labour market of a current Member State following accession for an uninterrupted period equal to or greater than 12 months also benefit from the same rights.
Croatian nationals mentioned in the second and third subparagraphs cease to benefit from rights such subparagraphs if they voluntarily leave the labour market of the present Member State.
Croatian nationals legally working in a present Member State at the date of accession, or during a period when national measures are applied, and who are admitted to the labour market of that Member State for a period of less than 12 months do not benefit from the rights referred to in the second and third subparagraphs.
3. before the end of the period of two years following the date of accession, the Council shall review the functioning of the transitional provisions referred to in paragraph 2 on the basis of a report from the Commission.
Once this review concluded, and no later than at the end of the period of two years following the date of accession, the present Member States do inform the Commission whether they continue applying national measures or measures resulting from bilateral agreements, or if they apply now articles 1 to 6 of Regulation (EU) No 492/2011. The absence of such notification, articles 1 to 6 of Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 apply.
4. a new review can take place at the request of Croatia. The procedure laid down in paragraph 3 shall apply and is completed within six months of receipt of the request of Croatia.
5. a Member State now national measures or measures resulting from bilateral agreements at the end of the period of five years referred to in paragraph 2 may extend them, after to have warned the Commission until the end of the seven year period following the date of accession if the labour market suffers or is threatened with serious disturbances. The absence of such notification, articles 1 to 6 of Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 apply.
6. during the period of seven years following the date of accession, Member States in which, by virtue of paragraph 3, 4 or 5, articles 1 to 6 of Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 apply with regard to Croatian nationals, and which are issuing work permits to Croatian citizens for the purpose of observation during this period will do so automatically.
7. States members in which, under subsection 3, 4 or 5, articles 1 to 6 of Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 apply with regard to Croatian nationals, may resort to the procedures laid down in the second and third subparagraphs

of this paragraph until the end of the seven year period following the date of accession.
When a Member State referred to in the first subparagraph undergoes or foresees disturbances on its labour market which could seriously threaten the level of life or employment in a region or in a particular profession, shall notify the Commission and the other Member States by providing them with all relevant particulars. On the basis of these indications, the Member State may request the Commission to declare that the application of articles 1 to 6 of Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 is totally or partially suspended in order to ensure the restoration of the situation in the said region or occupation. The Commission decides the suspension, as well as the duration and the scope of the suspension, at the latest two weeks after having received the application and informed the Council of its decision. Within a period of two weeks after the Commission has taken its decision, any Member State may request the cancellation or amendment of this decision by the Council. The Council shall act on this request to qualified majority in two weeks.
In urgent and exceptional cases, a Member State referred to in the first subparagraph may suspend the application of articles 1 to 6 of Regulation (EU) No 492/2011; It then forwards a notification to the Commission.
8. as long as the application of articles 1 to 6 of Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 is suspended pursuant to paragraphs 2 to 5 and 7, article 23 of directive 2004/38/EC applies, for what is the right of the family members of workers in employment, in Croatia with regard to nationals of the present Member States and in the present Member States with regard to Croatian nationals , under the following conditions:-the spouse of a worker and their descendants under the age of twenty-one years or dependants who are legally resident with the worker in the territory of one Member State to the date of accession have immediately access to the market of the work of that Member State from this date. This provision is not applicable to members of the family of a worker legally admitted to the labour market of that Member State for a period of less than twelve months;
-the spouse of a worker and their descendants under the age of twenty-one years or dependants residing legally with the worker in the territory of a Member State from a date later than the date of accession, but during the period of application of the transitional provisions, have access to the the labour market of the Member State concerned where they are resident in this Member State for 18 months at least or from the third year following the date of accession, whichever is the earliest.
These provisions are without prejudice to more favourable measures whether national measures or measures resulting from bilateral agreements.
9. insofar as provisions of directive 2004/38/EC which include the provisions of directive 68/360/EEC of the Council of 15 October 1968 on the abolition of restrictions on movement and residence of workers of Member States and their families within the Community (25) cannot be dissociated from those of Regulation (EU) No 492/2011, whose application is deferred pursuant to paragraphs 2 to 5 7 and 8, Croatia and the present Member States may derogate from those provisions to the extent necessary for the application of paragraphs 2 to 5, 7 and 8.
10. when national measures or measures resulting from bilateral agreements are applied by the current Member States under the abovementioned transitional provisions, Croatia may maintain in force equivalent measures with regard to nationals of the Member State or Member States in question.
11 a current Member State applying national in accordance with paragraphs 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 measures may decide, in accordance with its law internal to grant greater freedom of movement than that existing at the date of accession, including full labour market access. From the third year following the date of accession, a present Member State applying national measures may decide at any time to apply articles 1 to 6 of Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 instead of these measures. The Committee was informed of this decision.
12 to cope with serious disturbances or threats of serious disturbances in sensitive sectors services market in Germany and Austria work that might arise in certain regions as a result of the transnational, such provision of services as defined in article 1 of directive 96/71/EC, and as long as they apply to the free movement of Croatian workers under the transitional provisions, national measures or measures resulting from agreements bilateral, the Germany and the Austria may, after to have warned the Commission, derogate from article 56, first paragraph, TFEU to limit, in the context of the provision of services by companies established in Croatia, the temporary movement of workers whose right to accept work in Germany and Austria is subject to national measures.
The list of sectors of services likely to be affected by this derogation is as follows:-in Germany: SecteurCode NACE (*), except different indication Construction and branches connexes45.1 to 45.4, activities listed in the annex to directive 96/71/EC cleaning batiments74.70 cleaning of buildings other services74.87 activities of indoor decoration (exclusively) (*) NACE: see 31990 R 3037: Regulation (EEC) No 3037/90 of the Council of 9 October 1990 on the statistical classification of economic activities in the Community European (OJ L 293, 24.10.1990, p. 1);
-in Austria: SecteurCode NACE (*), unless otherwise specified ancillary Services culture (horticulture) 01.41 size, shaping and finishing of pierres26.7 manufacture of metal structures and parts of structures/construction metalliques28.11 Construction and branches connexes45.1 to 45.4, activities listed in the annex to directive 96/71/EC activities in the field of the securite74.60 cleaning batiments74.70 care domicile85.14 advocacy without hebergement85.32 (*) NACE activities : see 31990 R 3037: Regulation (EEC) No 3037/90 of the Council of 9 October 1990 on the statistical classification of economic activities in the European Community (OJ L 293, 24.10.1990, p. 1).
Insofar as the Germany or the Austria derogate from article 56, first paragraph, TFEU in accordance with the first and second subparagraphs of this paragraph, Croatia may, after notifying the Commission, take equivalent measures.
The application of this paragraph is not to create conditions that are more restrictive than those existing on the date of signature of the accession treaty for the temporary movement of workers in the context of the transnational provision of services between the Germany and the Austria-Croatia.
13. the application of paragraphs 2 to 5 and 7 to 11 has no effect of creating more restrictive conditions of access to the labour market of the present Member States for Croatian nationals as those existing on the date of signature of the accession treaty.
Notwithstanding the application of the provisions laid down in paragraphs 1 to 12, the current Member States give preference to workers who are nationals of the Member States rather than to workers who are nationals of third countries as regards access to their labour markets during the periods of application of national measures or measures resulting from bilateral agreements.
Croatian migrant workers and their families who live and work legally in an another Member State or migrant workers from other Member States and their families who live and work legally in Croatia are not treated more restrictively than those who come from a third State and who reside and work in that Member State or in Croatia , as the case may be. In addition, pursuant to the principle of the EU preference, migrant workers from third countries resident and working in Croatia are not treated more favourably than Croatian citizens.
3 free movement of capital Treaty on European Union and Treaty on the functioning of the European Union notwithstanding the obligations under the treaties on which the European Union is founded, Croatia may maintain in force for a period of seven years from the date of accession the restrictions laid down by its law on agricultural land (Narodne novine 152/08) in force at the time of the signing of the Treaty of accession in relation to the acquisition of agricultural land by nationals of other Member States, by nationals of States parties to the agreement on the European economic area (EEA Agreement) and by legal persons formed in accordance with the law of another Member State or of a State party to the EEA Agreement. However, in no event, in regard to the acquisition of agricultural land, a national of a Member State or a legal person incorporated under the laws of another Member State may not be treated less favourably than such a national or that such a corporation would have been at the time of the signing of the Treaty of accession or more restrictively than a citizen or a corporation from a third country.

Self-employed farmers who are nationals of another Member State and who wish to settle and reside in Croatia are subject to the provisions of the first paragraph or to rules and procedures other than those applicable to Croatian citizens.
A general review of this transitional measure is held before the end of the third year following the date of accession. To this end, the Commission presents a report to the Council. Acting unanimously on a proposal from the Commission, the Council may decide to shorten the transitional period referred to in the first subparagraph or to terminate.
If there is sufficient evidence that, upon expiry of the period transitional, there will be serious imbalances or a threat of Croatian serious of the agricultural land market imbalance, the Commission, at the request of Croatia, shall take a decision concerning the extension of the transitional period for a period of three years. This extension may be limited to certain geographical areas particularly affected.
4. AGRICULTURE I. TRANSITIONAL FOR CROATIA 1. 32001 L 0113: Directive 2001/113/EC of the Council of 20 December 2001 relating to the jams, jellies and marmalades and fruit, as well as the cream of chestnut purée intended for human consumption (OJ L 10, 12.1.2002, p. 67): Notwithstanding the obligation set out in article 8, the marketing of products designated under the name of "doma [fs] a marmelada" or "ekstra doma [fs] a marmelada" is authorized on the Croatian until existing stocks are exhausted market to date of accession.
(2. 32006 R 0510: Regulation (EC) No 510/2006 of the Council of 20 March 2006 on the protection of geographical indications and designations of origin for agricultural products and foodstuffs (OJ L 93, 31.3.2006, p. 12 and OJ L 335 M, 13.12.2008, p. 213): has) A article 5, paragraph 8, the second subparagraph is replaced by the following text : "The Bulgaria and the Romania-Croatia shall bring into force the laws, regulations or administrative provisions above no later than one year after the date of their respective accession.".
(b)) article 5, paragraph 11, the first paragraph is replaced by the following: 11. With regard to the Bulgaria and the Romania-Croatia, geographical indications and national designations of origin existing on the date of accession of these countries may continue to be used 12 months from their date of respective accession. » .
(3-32007 R 1234: Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 of 22 October 2007 on the common organisation of the markets in the agricultural sector and specific provisions regarding certain products in this unique (CMO Regulation) sector (OJ L 299, 16.11.2007, p. 1): has) article 118quaterdecies, paragraph below shall be added: ' 5. by way of derogation from paragraphs 1 to 4. , Croatia is authorized to develop its domestic market or export to third countries wines bearing the name «Mlado vino portugizac» until exhaustion of stocks existing at the date of accession. Croatia is implementing a computerized database containing information on existing stocks at the date of accession and shall ensure that these stocks are audited and reported to the Commission. » .
(b) article 118vicies, paragraph below shall be added: "5. for Croatia, wine names published in OJ C 116, April 14, 2011 are protected under this regulation, subject to a favourable outcome of the opposition proceedings. The Commission entered them in the register provided for in article 118quindecies.
Paragraphs 2 to 4 shall apply subject to the following: the time limit referred to in paragraph 3 is one year from the date of accession of Croatia. The time limit referred to in paragraph 4 is four years from the date of accession of Croatia. » .
4. 32009 R 0073: Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 of the Council of 19 January 2009 establishing common rules for the direct support schemes for farmers under the common agricultural policy and establishing certain support schemes for farmers, amending regulations (EC) No 1290/2005, (EC) no 247/2006 and (EC) No 378/2007 , and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003 (OJ L 30, 31.1.2009, p.
((16): a) by derogation from the requirement, set out in article 4, paragraph 1, of Regulation (EC) No 73/2009, to respect the statutory management requirements listed in annex II to that regulation, farmers in Croatia receiving direct payments include within the scope of cross-compliance statutory management requirements set out in annex II, A (, B and C, in accordance with the following timetable: starting January 1, 2014, to point A, as from 1 January 2016 for point B and as of 1 January 2018 for the point c. b) in Regulation (EC) No 73/2009, in title V, after chapter 1, chapter title and the following article shall be inserted : "Chapter 1a single payment scheme Article 121bis single payment scheme in Croatia for Croatia, the application of articles 4, 5, 23, 24 and 25 is optional until December 31, 2013, provided that these provisions relate to statutory management requirements. From 1 January 2014, any farmer receiving payments under the scheme of single payment in Croatia to respect the statutory management requirements referred to in annex II, in accordance with the following timetable: a) the requirements referred to in annex II (A), shall apply from 1 January 2014;
(b) the requirements referred to in annex II, point B, shall apply from 1 January 2016.
(c) the requirements referred to in annex II, item (c), shall apply from 1 January 2018. ».
II. quota tariff TRANSIENT for the sugar of CANE gross A of purposes of refining an import quota of annual autonomous erga omnes of 40,000 tons of raw cane sugar for refining purposes is restricted to Croatia for a period that can cover the three first marketing years following its accession, with a right to the importation of 98.00 EUR per tonne. In case of compensation negotiations with other members of the world Organization of trade under article XXIV.6 of the general agreement on tariffs and trade following the accession of Croatia, should lead to the opening of compensatory sugar quotas before the end of the transitional period, the quota of 40,000 tonnes to Croatia will be deleted in whole or part, opening such compensatory sugar quotas. The Commission shall adopt the necessary implementing measures in accordance with the procedure referred to in article 195, paragraph 2, of Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 of the Council, in conjunction with article 13, paragraph 1, point b), of Regulation (EU) No 182/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council.
III. measures temporary in respect of payments direct in favour of Croatia the reimbursement of the direct payments granted to farmers for the year 2013 is subordinate to the application by Croatia before accession, by rules identical to those laid down for this type of payments in Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 of the Council and Regulation (EC) no 1120/2009 of 29 October 2009 laying down detailed rules for the application of the single payment scheme provided for in Title III of Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 of the Council establishing common rules for the direct support schemes for farmers under the common agricultural policy and establishing certain support schemes for farmers (26), Regulation (EC) no 1121/2009 of the Commission of 29 October 2009 laying down detailed rules for the application of Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 of the Council as regards the support schemes for farmers provided to titles IV and V of that Regulation (27) and Regulation (EC) no 1122/2009 of the Commission of 30 November 2009 laying down detailed rules for the application of Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 of the Council with regard to cross-compliance, modulation and the system integrated management and control under the direct support schemes for farmers provided for in this Regulation as well as detailed rules for the application of Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 of the Council
with regard to cross-compliance in the context of the aid scheme provided for the wine sector (28).
5. sanitary safety of food, veterinary and phytosanitary policy I.
HENS laying hens 31999 L 0074: Directive 1999/74 / EC of 19 July 1999 laying down minimum standards for the protection of laying hens (OJ L 203, 3.8.1999, p. 53).
By way of derogation from article 6 of directive 1999/74/EC of the Council, as regards Croatia, laying hens in spawning by the date of accession may be reared in cages not comply with structural requirements laid down therein. Croatia shall ensure that these cages cease to be used no later than 12 months after accession.
Eggs from these unenriched cage systems are marketed exclusively in the Croatian domestic market. These eggs and their packaging are clearly identified by a special marking, which allows to carry out the necessary checks. A clear description of this special marking shall be communicated to the Commission at the latest one year before the date of accession.
II. establishments (meat, milk, fish and animal by-products) 32004 R 0852: Regulation (EC) No 852/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on the hygiene

foodstuffs (OJ L 139, 30.4.2004, p. 1).
32004 R 0853: Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (OJ L 139, 30.4.2004, p. 55).
32009 R 1069: Commission Regulation (EC) no 1069/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 October 2009 laying down health rules concerning products and animal by-products not intended for human consumption derived and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 (animal by-products regulation) (OJ L 300, 14.11.2009, p. 1): 1. the structural requirements: has) by Regulation (EC) No 852/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council : - in annex II, chapter II;
(b) by Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council:-in annex III, section I, chapters II and III, - in annex III, section II, chapters II and III, - in annex III, section V, chapter I;
(c) by the Regulation (EU) No 142/2011 Commission on February 25, 2011, on the application of Regulation (EC) no 1069/2009 of the European Parliament and the Council laying down health rules concerning products and animal by-products derived not intended for human consumption and on the implementation of directive 97/78/EC of the Council as regards certain samples and free articles of veterinary checks at the borders under this directive (29)
: - in annex IV, chapter I, - in annex IX, chapters I, II and III, - in annex X, chapters I and II, and -annex XIII, do not apply to certain sectors establishments meat, milk, fish and animal by-products in Croatia until 31 December 2015, subject to the following conditions.
2. as long as the establishments referred to in paragraph 1 benefit of that paragraph, products from such establishments are exclusively marketed in the Croatian domestic market or on the markets of third countries in accordance with the legislation of the applicable Union or submitted for other processing in establishments in Croatia also covered by paragraph 1, regardless of the date of marketing.
3. foods derived from establishments referred to in paragraph 1 bear a different health or identification marking of that provided for in article 5 of Regulation (EC) No 853/2004. A clear description of the marking of safety or identification shall be communicated to the Commission at the latest one year before the date of accession.
4. paragraphs 2 and 3 also apply to all products from an establishment that is integrated into the field of meat, fish and milk when a part of the establishment is subject to paragraph 1.
5. Croatia ensures a continuous monitoring of the implementation of the national programme of modernisation of institutions and provides the Commission with an annual plan of evolution in this respect. Croatia shall ensure that a plan of specific upgrades for each of these as well, providing time for adaptation to the structural, or developed and implemented requirements available to the Commission on request.
6. in good time before accession, the Commission shall draw up a list of the establishments referred to in paragraph 1. This list is made public and indicate the name and address of each institution.
7. Croatia ensures that any institution which, at the date of accession, fails to fully the acquis EU food safety food, except when it is covered by the provisions of this transitional measure, puts an end to its activities.
8 implementing rules ensuring the functioning of the transitional arrangements in relation to regulations (EC) No 852/2004 and no. 853/2004 may be adopted in accordance with article 12, second paragraph, and article 9, second paragraph, respectively, of these regulations.
9 detailed implementing rules ensuring the functioning of the transitional arrangements in relation to Regulation (EC) no 1069/2009 may be adopted in accordance with article 52, paragraph 4, of the said regulation.
III. marketing of seed 32002 L 0053: Council Directive 2002/53/EC of the Council of 13 June 2002 on the common catalogue of varieties of species of agricultural plants (OJ L 193, 20.7.2002, p. 1).
32002 L 0055: Directive 2002/55/EC of the Council of 13 June 2002 on the marketing of seed of vegetables (OJ L 193, 20.7.2002, p. 33): Croatia may postpone until 31 December 2014 the implementation of article 4, paragraph 1, of directive 2002/53/EC and article 4, paragraph 1, of directive 2002/55/EC with regard to the marketing in its territory of seeds of varieties listed in its respective varieties national catalogues of species of agricultural plants and varieties of vegetable plant species which have not been accepted officially in accordance with those directives. During this period, these seeds are not marketed in the territory of the other Member States.
IV. NEUM 31997 L 0078: Directive 97/78/EC of the Council of 18 December 1997 laying down the principles relating to ' organisation of veterinary checks on products from third countries entering the Community (OJ L 24, 30.1.1998, p. 9): article 1 is replaced by the following: 'Article 1 1. The Member States carry out the veterinary checks on products from third countries, introduced into one of the territories listed in annex I, in accordance with this directive and Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on official controls performed to ensure the compliance with the legislation on animal feed and foodstuffs and with the provisions relating to animal health and welfare animals *.
2. by way of derogation from paragraph 1, the consignments of products from the territory of Croatia and transiting through the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina at Neum («Neum corridor") before being reintroduced in the territory of Croatia by the entry of Klek and Zaton Doli points, may be exempt from veterinary checks subject to compliance with the following conditions (: a) Croatia must have, no later than on the date of accession, entry points to the North and South of the corridor of Neum with all the equipment and all the staff required and who are willing to ensure compliance with the requirements laid down in this paragraph;
(b) Croatia must ensure the following: i) only closed vehicles are used to transport lots;
(ii) vehicles carrying consignments are protected by uniquely numbered seals prior to transit through Neum corridor;
(iii) a register is specifying the correspondence between numbered seals and vehicles, which allows to carry out the necessary checks;
(iv) the date and time that vehicles carrying consignments leave the territory of Croatia and there are reintroduced are recorded, so as to allow the calculation of the total duration of transit;
c) Croatia shall not allow the reintroduction of a consignment in its territory: i) when the seal of a vehicle has been broken or replaced during transit through Neum corridor. or (ii) when the total duration of transit is far superior to a total of acceptable transit time, taking into account the total distance of transit, unless the competent authority has carried out an assessment of the risks to animal and public health and adopted effective measures, proportionate and targeted on the basis of this assessment.
((d) Croatia shall inform regularly and as necessary the Commission of any breach of the requirements referred to in point b) and measures it has taken in respect of the point c);
(e) where appropriate, a decision to suspend or repeal the derogation in paragraph 1 shall be adopted in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 29;
(f) where appropriate, detailed rules may be adopted for the implementation of this paragraph, in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 29.
* OJ L 165, 30.4.2004, p. 1. » .
6 ehjv 32006 R 1967: Regulation (EC) no 1967/2006 of 21 December 2006 concerning management measures for the sustainable exploitation of fishery resources in the Mediterranean Sea and amending regulations (EEC) No 2847/93 and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1626/94 (OJ L 409, 30.12.2006, p. 11, corrigendum in OJ L 36, 8.2.2007, p. 6) (: a) by way of derogation from article 13, paragraphs 1 and 2, vessels registered and operating only in the region of Western Istria are temporarily permitted, until June 30, 2014, to use, to less than 50 meters depth, trawls at a minimum distance of 1.5 nautical miles from the coast.
This derogation shall apply in the area called Western Istria and defined by a full North line and a line running due west from a point whose coordinates are: latitude 44.52135 ° North and longitude 14.29244 ° East.
For vessels less than 15 metres overall, Croatia is temporarily authorised until June 30, 2014, to use trawls to a minimum distance of 1 rating nautical mile, more than 50 meters, all other spatial and temporal restrictions applied to the date of accession is maintained.
(b) by way of derogation from article 17, paragraph 1, a number limited by vessels non-commercial fishing as "artisanal".

small-scale for personal use', not exceeding two thousand ships, is authorized to use a maximum of 200 metres from gillnets until December 31, 2014, subject to any other restrictions in force at the date of accession continue to apply. Croatia shall communicate to the Commission, at the date of accession at the latest, the list of the vessels concerned by this transitional period, including their characteristics and their capacity, expressed in gross tonnage (GT) and power (kW).
7 1 TRANSPORT POLICY. 31992 R 3577: Regulation (EEC) No 3577/92 the Board, December 7, 1992, concerning the application of the principle of the free movement of services to maritime transport within Member States (maritime cabotage) (OJ L 364, 12.12.1992, p. 7): article 6, paragraphs herein are inserted: ' 4. by way of derogation from article 4, paragraph 1, second subparagraph, concluded public service contracts prior to the date of the accession of Croatia may continue to apply until 31 December. 2016 5. By way of derogation from article 1, paragraph 1, until December 31, 2014, cruise services provided between Croatian by ships smaller ports 650 gross tons are reserved for registered in Croatia and Croatian-flagged ships, provided by shipping companies established in accordance with the Croatian legislation, whose principal place of business is located in Croatia and that effective control is exercised in Croatia.
6. by way of derogation from article 1, paragraph 1, during the transitional period running until 31 December 2014, the Commission may, on reasoned a Member State request, decide within thirty days following receipt of the application in question, that vessels covered by the derogation provided for in paragraph 5 of this article will not cruise service between the ports of certain regions of one Member State other than Croatia provide if it is demonstrated that these services seriously disrupt or may seriously disrupt the internal market for transport in the regions concerned. If, at the end of the period of thirty working days, the Commission has taken no decision, the Member State concerned is entitled to apply safeguard measures until such time as the Commission ruled. In an emergency, the Member State may unilaterally adopt appropriate provisional measures which may remain in force for a maximum period of three months. The Member State shall immediately inform the Commission.
The Commission may revoke these measures or confirm until it takes its final decision.
The Member States are informed. » .
2 32009 R 1072: Regulation (EC) no 1072/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 October 2009 establishing common rules for access to the market for the international carriage of goods by road (recast) (OJ L 300, 14.11.2009, p. 72): by way of derogation from article 8 of Regulation (EC) no 1072/2009, the items below apply:-for a period of two years from the date of accession of Croatia undertakings established in that country will be excluded from cabotage in other Member States;
-for a period of two years from the date of accession of Croatia, the other Member States may notify the Commission if they intend to extend the transitional period referred to in the first indent for a period of up to two years or to apply article 8 with regard to undertakings established in Croatia. In the absence of such notification, article 8 applies;
-one any of the current Member States may, at any time during the period of two years from the date of accession of Croatia, notify the Commission of its intention to apply article 8 with regard to undertakings established in Croatia;
-only carriers established in Member States in which article 8 applies to what is companies in Croatia may carry out cabotage in Croatia;
-for a period of four years from the date of accession of Croatia, any Member State applying article 8 may, in the event of serious market disturbance national or in certain segments of the market, due to the activity of cabotage or aggravated by it, for example a surplus serious supply over demand or a threat to the financial stability or survival of a number of companies for the carriage of goods by road request the Commission to suspend fully or partially the benefit of article 8 with regard to undertakings established in Croatia. In this case, article 10 shall apply.
Member States which apply the transitional measure referred to in the first and second indents of paragraph 1 may progressively Exchange cabotage authorisations on the basis of bilateral agreements with Croatia.
The transitional arrangements referred to in the first and second paragraphs do not cause, for Croatian carriers, access to cabotage in the Member States more restrictive than that which existed at the time of the signing of the accession treaty.
8 TAXATION 1. 31992 L 0079: Council Directive 92/79/EEC of the Council of 19 October 1992 on the approximation of taxes on cigarettes (OJ L 316, 31.10.1992, p. 8): A article 2, paragraph 2, the following sub-paragraph is added: "a transitional period expiring on 31 December 2017 is granted to Croatia to allow it to comply with the requirements laid down in the first and second paragraphs. However, effective January 1, 2014, excise is not less than 77 EUR per 1000 cigarettes irrespective of the weighted average retail price. » .
(2. 32006 L 0112: Council Directive 2006/112/EC of the Council of 28 November 2006 on the common system of VAT (OJ L 347, 11.12.2006, p. 1): has) article 13, paragraph 2 is replaced by the following: '2. Member States may consider activities of public authority bodies governed by public law activities. When they are exempt pursuant to articles 132, 135, 136, 371, articles 374 to 377, article 378, paragraph 2, of article 379, paragraph 2, or of articles 380 to 390quater. » .
((b) in article 80, paragraph 1, the point b) is replaced by the following text: "b) where the consideration is lower than the normal value, and that the supplier or service provider is not entitled to full deduction under articles 167 to 171 and articles 173 to 177 and the delivery or the delivery subject to an exemption under articles 132. 135, 136, 371, 375, 376 and 377, article 378, paragraph 2, of article 379, paragraph 2, and articles 380 to 390quater; ».
c) in article 136, the point a) is replaced by the following text: ' a) supplies of goods which were used exclusively for an activity exempted under articles 132, 135, 371, 375, 376 and 377, article 378, paragraph 2, of article 379, paragraph 2, and articles 380 to 390quater, if these goods have not been subject to a right to deduction;
(d) section 221, paragraph 3 is replaced by the following: '3. Member States may release taxable persons from the obligation laid down in article 220, paragraph 1, or article 220bis to issue an invoice for the supply of goods or of services they perform on their territory and which are exempt, with or without deductibility of the VAT paid at the preceding stage (in accordance with articles 110 and 111, article 125(1), article 127, article 128, paragraph 1, article 132, section 135, h-points) to l), articles 136, 371, 375, 376 and 377, article 378(2), section 379, paragraph 2, and articles 380 to 390quater. » .
(e) the following article is inserted: ' (Article 390quater Croatia may, under the conditions that existed in that Member State at the date of its accession, continue to exempt the following transactions: (a) delivery of land to build, with or without buildings constructed, laid down in article 135, paragraph 1, point (j))(, et à l'annexe X, partie B, point 9), non-renewable. , until December 31, 2014;
(b) international transport of persons listed in annex X, part B, item 10), as long as the same exemption is applied in any of the Member States forming part of the Union before the accession of Croatia. ».
(f) section 391 is replaced by the following: ' Article 391 Member States which exempt the transactions referred to in articles 371, 375, 376 and 377, article 378(2), section 379, paragraph 2, and articles 380 to 390quater, may grant taxable persons the right to opt for taxation of such operations. ''
(g) the title of annex X (also in the table of contents) is replaced by the following: "list of OPERATIONS as the object of DEROGATIONS referred to the 370 and 371 blogs and blogs 375 390quater.
9. freedom, security and JUSTICE 32006 R 0562: Regulation (EC) No 562/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 March 2006 establishing a Community code on the rules of border crossing by persons (Schengen borders code) (OJ L 105, 13.4.2006, p. 1): the following article is inserted: 'Article 19A by way of derogation from the provisions of this regulation relating to the establishment of border crossing points. , and pending the entry into force of a decision of the Council on the implementation of all the provisions of the Schengen acquis in Croatia, in accordance with

article 4, paragraph 2, of the Act of accession or until this regulation be amended to include provisions governing the control of borders to points common border crossing, the date being the closest Croatia can maintain common border crossing points on its border with Bosnia and Herzegovina. At these common border crossing points, border guards of a party perform the entry and exit controls on the territory of the other party. All entry and exit checks carried out by the Croatian border guards must be in accordance with the EU acquis, including with regard to the obligations of the Member States on international protection and nonSrefoulement. Relevant bilateral agreements establishing common border crossing points in question are, if necessary, amended to this effect. » .
10. ENVIRONMENT I.
Horizontal legislation 1. 32003 L 0087: Directive 2003/87/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 October 2003 establishing a scheme for greenhouse gas emission allowance within the community and amending directive 96/61/EC of the Council (OJ L 275, 25.10.2003, p. 32): has) with regard to the inclusion of all flights between two airports situated on the territory of Croatia (as well as all flights between an airfield located on the territory of Croatia and an aerodrome located in a country outside the EEA (hereinafter referred to as 'additional aerial activities'), the following provisions shall apply: i) by way of derogation from article 3quater, paragraph 2, the period referred to in article 13, paragraph 1 and beginning January 1, 2013 starts January 1, 2014, for the additional aviation activities;
(ii) by way of derogation from article 3quater, paragraph 4, the Commission shall determine, on the basis of the procedure laid down in the same provision, additional historical emissions of aircraft for the aviation activities within a period of six months from the date of accession;
((iii) by way of derogation from article 3 d, paragraph 2, effective January 1, 2014, the percentage of allowances to be auctioned for the additional aviation activities represents the part of the quota that remains after you have calculated the number of allowances to be allocated free of charge to the title of article 3 d, paragraph 3, point d), and the number of quotas to set it aside in a special reserve in respect of article 3F;
(iv) by way of derogation from article 3 d, paragraph 3, of aviation emissions attributed to additional aviation activities are decided by the Commission for the reference year 2010, based on the best available data. The number of allowances to be auctioned by Member States whose total attributed aviation emissions include those in flights from a Croatian airfield, is adjusted from July 1, 2013, to reassign to Croatia the rights of auction on these issues;
(v) by way of derogation from article 3, paragraph 1, the year of surveillance to additional aviation activities be 2012 and any request for allocation of allowances shall be lodged with the competent Croatian authorities by March 31, 2013;
(vi) by way of derogation from article 3 article 2, Croatia submits to the Commission requests for additional aerial activities by 1 July 2013.
((vii) by way of derogation from article 3 article 3, the Commission shall adopt, by September 30, 2013, a decision on the aspects listed in points a) to (e)), concerning additional aviation activities;
((viii) by way of derogation from article 3 d, paragraph 3, point d), in relation to additional aviation activities, the number of allowances to be issued free of charge is calculated by multiplying the repository referred to in point (e)) by the sum of the tonne-kilometres recorded in the applications submitted to the Commission in accordance with article 3E, paragraph 2, adjusted to take account of the average of the activities change air tonnes-kilometres covered by ETS relative to 2010 levels. The repository can, if necessary, be subject to a uniform correction factor to be applied by the Commission;
(ix) by way of derogation from article 3 sexies, paragraph 3, in which case additional aviation activities, the repository referred to its e) is the same as that calculated for the aviation activities covered by the ETS from 1 January 2012;
(x) by way of derogation from article 3 sexies, paragraph 5, the date of issue of the allowances for additional aviation activities is February 28, 2014;
XI) by way of derogation from article 3 f, with respect to additional aviation activities, any reference to the second calendar year of the period starting in 2013 means as a reference to 2014 and any reference to the third calendar year of that period shall be construed as a reference to 2015;
(xii) by way of derogation from article 14, paragraph 3, with regard to additional aviation activities, the date that is specified is July 1, 2013;
(xiii) by way of derogation from article 18bis paragraph 1, reassignment of airline operators administrative responsibilities to Croatia takes place through the year 2014, after compliance with the operator's obligations by 2013, unless a different date is agreed between the former authority and Croatia, following a request from the air operator within six months following the publication by the Commission of an update of the operators taking into account of the accession of Croatia. In this case, the reallocation takes place no later than 2020 for the beginner trading in 2021 period;
(xiv) by way of derogation from Annex 6, additional aviation activities are included from 1 January 2014.
(b) without prejudice to the abovementioned derogations, Croatia puts into force the laws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to ensure the possibility to comply with this directive throughout the year 2013 as from accession.
2-32010 R 0920: Regulation (EU) No 920/2010 Commission on October 7, 2010, for a system of registries standardised and secured in accordance with directive 2003/87/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council and decision No 280/2004/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 270, the 14.10.2010, p. 1): articles 16 29, 41, 46 and 54, and annex VIII, concerning aviation activities, apply to Croatia from 1 January 2014.
II. quality of the AIR 32008 L 0050: Directive 2008/50/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 May 2008 on ambient air quality and cleaner air for Europe (OJ L 152, 11.6.2008, p. 1).
(a) by way of derogation from Annex XIV the reference referred to in the first subparagraph point, year is the second year following the end of the year of the accession of Croatia. The average exposure for this reference year indicator is the average concentration of membership year and the two years that follow.
(b) by way of derogation from Annex XIV, section B, exposure reduction target is calculated on the basis of the average exposure indicator for the reference year, which is the second year following the end of the year of the accession of Croatia.
III. management of waste 31999 L 0031: Directive 1999/31 / EC of the Council of 26 April 1999 on the landfill of waste (OJ L 182, 16.7.1999, p. 1): has) by way of derogation from points), b and c) of article 5, paragraph 2, first subparagraph, the requirement of reducing the amount of biodegradable municipal waste landfilled to respectively 75% 50% and 35% (by weight) of biodegradable municipal waste products all in 1997 applies in Croatia, in accordance with the deadlines listed below.
Croatia provides a gradual reduction in the amount of biodegradable municipal waste landfilled, in accordance with the following scheme: i) by December 31, 2013, the share of biodegradable municipal waste landfilled is reduced to 75% (by weight) of biodegradable municipal waste produced in 1997 all;
(ii) from here to December 31, 2016, the share of biodegradable municipal waste landfilled is reduced to 50% (by weight) of biodegradable municipal waste produced in 1997 all;
(iii) from here to December 31, 2020, the share of biodegradable municipal waste landfilled is reduced to 35% (by weight) of biodegradable municipal waste produced in 1997 total.
(b) by way of derogation from article 14 c), comply with all existing landfills in Croatia, until December 31, 2018, with the requirements of the directive, with the exception of those set out in annex I, point 1.
Croatia ensures a gradual reduction of the volume of waste in landfills in existing non-compliant facilities in accordance with the following annual maximum quantities: – until 31 December 2013: 1 710 000 tonnes,-until 31 December 2014: 1 410 000 tonnes,-until 31 December 2015: 1 210 000 tons,-until 31 December 2016: 1 010 000 tonnes -until 31 December 2017: 800 000 tonnes.
No later than December 31 of each year, from its year of accession, Croatia provides to the Commission a report on the gradual implementation of the directive and compliance with the intermediate objectives.

For the consultation of the table, see image VI. PRODUCTS chemical 32006 R 1907: Commission Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2006 concerning

the registration, evaluation and authorization of chemical substances, and restriction of chemicals (REACH), establishing a European Chemicals Agency, amending directive 1999/45/EC and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) No 793/93 of the Council and Regulation (EC) No 1488/94 the Commission directives 91/155/EEC and Council directive 76/769/EEC (93/67/EEC, 93/105/EC and 2000/21/EC of the Commission (OJ L 396, 30.12.2006, p.1): a) by way of derogation to article 23, paragraphs 1 and 2, and article 28 concerning the fixing of the time limit for registration and pre-registration of the substances contained therein, importers and producers of goods established in Croatia are granted a six-month adjustment period from the date of accession, for the pre-registration of phase-in substances.
The dates of the first two registration deadlines referred to in article 23, paragraphs 1 and 2, fall at the end of a period of twelve months from the date of accession.
(b) articles 6, 7, 9, 17, 18 and 33 shall not apply in Croatia for a period of six months, from the date of accession.
(c) by way of derogation to the transitional provisions laid down for substances in annex XIV, the last application date falls before the date of accession or if it falls less than six months after Croatia was granted an adjustment period of six months from the date of accession, to send authorization requests.

Appendix to annex V list (*), provided by Croatia, medicines for which a marketing authorisation issued under Croatian legislation before the date of accession remains valid until it is renewed in accordance with the acquis of the Union or until June 30, 2017, if this final deadline is the nearest registration of a drug on this list does not in itself compliance or not its authorisation on the market with the acquis of the Union.
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Annex VI rural development (referred to in article 35, paragraph 2, of the Act of accession) measures temporary additional of development RURAL in favour of the Croatia A. aid for semi-subsistence farms undergoing restructuring in the legislative framework for rural development for the programming period 2014-2020, with regard to Croatia, a special aid for semi-subsistence agricultural holdings is granted , in accordance with the principles set out in article 34 of Regulation (EC) No 1698/2005 the Board for applications approved no later than December 31, 2017, to farmers provided that no further action General or similar assistance is provided for in the new regulation on rural development for the programming period 2014-2020.
B. producer groups in the legislative framework for rural development for the period from 2014-2020 programming, as regards Croatia, special assistance to facilitate the creation of producer groups and their administrative operation is granted, in accordance with the principles set out in article 35 of Regulation (EC) No 1698/2005 Council, to producer groups recognised officially by the Croatian authority no later than December 31, 2017 provided that no further action General or similar assistance is provided in the new regulation on rural development for the programming period 2014-2020.
C. Leader in the legislative framework for rural development for the programming period 2014-2020, in what regards Croatia, the minimum of the EAFRD contribution to rural development under Leader program is set at a level representing on average at least half of the percentage of the budget which will be applicable to other EU Member States in the event that such a requirement would be set.
D. payments direct complementary 1. Aid may be granted to farmers eligible for complementary national direct payments or AIDS under article 132 of Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 of the Council.
2. the amount of aid granted to a farmer for the years 2014, 2015 and 2016 shall not exceed the difference between: a) the level of direct payments applicable in Croatia for the year concerned in accordance with article 121 of Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 of the Council;
and (b) 45% of the level of direct payments applicable in the Union as constituted at 30 April 2004 for the year concerned.
3. the contribution of the Union to the support granted to Croatia in the title of this subsection (d) for each of the years 2014, 2015 and 2016 does not exceed 20% of its respective annual allocation to under the EAFRD.
4. the rate of contribution from the Union for additional direct payments does not exceed 80%.
E. Instrument for pre-accession assistance - rural development 1. Croatia may continue to conclude contracts or commitments under the IPARD programme under Regulation (EC) No 718/2007 of the Commission of 12 June 2007 implementing Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 establishing an instrument for pre-accession assistance (IPA) (30) until it starts to contract or enter into commitments under the relevant regulation for rural development. Croatia informed the Committee of the date at which it starts to contract or enter into commitments under the relevant regulation for rural development.
2. the Commission shall adopt the measures necessary for this purpose in accordance with the procedure referred to in article 5 of the Regulation (EU) No 182/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council. To this end, the Commission is assisted by the Committee referred to in article 14, IPA, paragraph 1, of Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 of the Council.
F. ex post Evaluation of the IPARD programme in the legislative framework for rural development for the programming 2014-2020 period, with regard to the implementation of the IPARD programme for Croatia, the ex post evaluation of the IPARD programme expenditure provided for in article 191 of the Regulation (EC) No 718/2007 of the Commission may be eligible for the technical assistance.
G. Modernisation of agricultural holdings in the legislative framework for rural development for the programming period 2014-2020, with regard to Croatia, the maximum intensity of aid for the modernisation of agricultural holdings is 75% of the amount of eligible investments for the implementation of directive 91/676/EEC of the Council of 12 December 1991 concerning the protection of waters against pollution caused by nitrates from agricultural sources (31) in a maximum period of four years from the date of accession in accordance with article 3, paragraph 2, and article 5, paragraph 1, of the directive.
H. compliance with standards in the legislative framework for rural development for the period from 2014-2020 programming, as regards Croatia, the regulatory requirements management referred to in annex II to Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 with the Board for this programming period are met in accordance with the following timetable: the requirements to the point A of annex II shall apply from 1 January 2014; the requirements referred to in point B of annex II shall apply from 1 January 2016; and the requirements referred to in point C of annex II shall apply from 1 January 2018.

Annex VII specific commitments made by the Republic of Croatia in accession negotiations (referred to in article 36, paragraph 1, second subparagraph, of the Act of accession) 1. Continue to ensure the effective implementation of its strategy of judicial reform and the action plan that accompanies it.
2. continue to strengthen independence, accountability, impartiality and professionalism of the judiciary.
3. continue to improve the efficiency of the judicial system.
4. continue to improve the treatment of national war crimes files.
5. continue to save in the duration of results through investigations, prosecutions and the efficient, effective and impartial justice decisions in the field of the fight against organised crime and corruption at all levels, including at high levels, and in sensitive areas such as procurement.
6. continue to improve its record in terms of strengthening the measures of prevention in the fight against corruption and conflicts of interest.
7. continue to strengthen the protection of minorities, including through the effective implementation of the constitutional law on the rights of national minorities.
8. continue to resolve outstanding questions by the return of the refugees.
9 continue to improve the protection of human rights.
10. continue to cooperate fully with the international criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.

Annex VIII commitments made by the Republic of Croatia with regard to the restructuring of the sector of shipbuilding (referred to in article 36, paragraph 1, third subparagraph, of the Act of accession) for the consultation of the table, see image Croatia has agreed to restructure the shipyards in privatizing them in a tender competitive. The restructuring plans for the shipyards have submitted by tenderers and accepted by the Croatian competition agency and the Commission. The restructuring plans will be integrated into the respective contracts

privatization to be concluded between Croatia and the buyers of the shipyards.
The restructuring plans submitted for each of these shipyards stipulate the basic requirements below should be observed during the restructuring process:-any State aid received by these shipyards since March 1, 2006 should be recognised as an aid to the restructuring. Shipyards provide a contribution to the plan of restructuring from their own resources, which must be real, without State aid and which represents at least 40% of the total of the costs of restructuring;
-overall production capacity needs compared to June 1, 2011 and switch from 471 324 to 372 346 TBC TBC. The shipyards reduce their production capacity at the latest twelve months after the signing of the privatisation contract. Capacity reduction is being implemented by the permanent closure of slipways, by a reduction of surface and/or the allocation of shims to specifically military production purposes within the meaning of article 346 of the TFEU. The TBC are the units of measurement of production calculated in accordance with the rules of the OECD;
-the total annual production of the shipyards is limited to 323 600 TBC for a period of 10 years from January 1, 2011.
The production of the shipyards will be limited to the following levels (32):-3 shift: 109 570 TBC - Brodotrogir: 54 955 TBC - Brodosplit and BSO: 132 078 TBC - Kraljevica: 26 997 TBC shipyards may agree to review their production limits.
On the basis of binding agreements, they may expressly establish which part of their production (expressed in TBC) quota they will yield to the other. The total annual production of 323 600 TBC limit must be respected;
-the restructuring plans also specify a number of other measures that each shipyard will implement to ensure a return to long-term viability.
Any subsequent modification of these plans is consistent with the fundamental conditions in the process of restructuring that are listed above and is submitted to the Commission for approval.
The shipyards receive no new aid for rescuing or restructuring before a period of ten years from the date of signing of the privatisation contract. At the accession of Croatia, the Commission ordered it to render any aid for rescuing or restructuring granted in violation of this provision, together with compound interest.
The restructuring plans that have been accepted by the Croatian competition agency and the Commission will be integrated into the respective privatization contracts to be concluded between Croatia and the buyers of the shipyards. The privatisation contracts are submitted to the Commission for approval and signed prior to the accession of Croatia.
The Commission is following closely the implementation of the restructuring plans and the compliance with the conditions set out in this annex regarding the level of aid State, own contribution, capacity reductions, the limitation of the production and the measures taken to ensure a return to viability.
This is monitored every year of the restructuring period. Croatia fully complies with the provisions on monitoring.
In particular:-Croatia provides to the Commission of six-monthly reports concerning the restructuring of recipient sites no later than January 15 and July 15 of each year, until the end of the restructuring period;
-the reports contain all information necessary for the monitoring of the restructuring process of the own contribution of the capacity reduction, limitation of the production and the measures taken to ensure a return to viability;
-Croatia submits reports on the annual production of the shipyards under restructuring no later than July 15 of each year, until the end of 2020;
-Croatia requires the shipyards which they shall notify all relevant data which, in other circumstances, could be considered as confidential. The Commission shall ensure that each shipyard-specific confidential information is not disclosed.
The Commission may, at any time, decide to appoint an independent expert to evaluate the monitoring results, undertake any research necessary and report. Croatia will cooperate fully with the independent expert appointed by the Commission and ensure that said expert has full access to all the information necessary to carry out the tasks that will be entrusted to him by the Commission.
At the accession of Croatia, the Commission ordered Croatia to render any aid for rescuing or restructuring granted since 1 March 2006, a shipyard, plus compound interest, if:-the privatisation of the shipyard contract has not yet been signed or does not fully the conditions set out in the restructuring plan accepted by the Croatian competition agency and the Commission. or - the shipyard has not provided a contribution from its own resources, real, devoid of State aid, which represents at least 40% of the restructuring costs. or - the reduction in the overall capacity of production has not been implemented within twelve months of the signing of the privatisation contract. In this case, the return of aid is required only of the shipyards which have not reached the following capacity reductions:-3 shift: by 46 543 TBC - Brodotrogir: of 15 101 TBC - Brodosplit and BSO: by 29 611 TBC - Kraljevica: 9 636 TBC; or - the overall limitation of production for companies (i.e. 323 600 TBC) was exceeded during a calendar year between 2011 and 2020. In this case, the return of aid is required of shipyards that have exceeded their production limits (where appropriate, modified by a legally binding agreement with a different shipyard).

Annex IX commitments made by the Republic of Croatia with regard to the restructuring of the steel industry (referred to in article 36, paragraph 1, third subparagraph, of the Act of accession) by letter of May 23, 2011, Croatia informed the Commission that it had received an acknowledgment of debt of the steel producer CMC Sisak d.o.o., corresponding to the restructuring aid received by the company during the period from March 1, 2002, to February 28, 2007 plus compound interest (33) received State aid, without compound interest, amounts to 19 117 572,36 HRK.
At the accession of Croatia, where the total amount of this aid, plus compound interest, was not reimbursed by CMC Sisak d.o.o., the Commission ordered Croatia to return any aid for rescuing and restructuring granted to this company since March 1, 2006, plus compound interest.

Protocol matter A certain provisions concerning a possible assignment UNIQUE A the Republic of Croatia of units of quantity attributed issued to the title of Protocol of KYOTO to the framework CONVENTION the United NATIONS on the changes climate as well as the COMPENSATION Y related the High Contracting PARTIES, noting that, given the historical circumstances of Croatia, it was agreed that it would be willing to help Croatia by means of a single of AAUs issued assignment in respect of the Kyoto Protocol to the framework convention of the Nations United on climate change (hereinafter referred to as the 'Kyoto Protocol'), noting that such a transfer would be done that only once, create no precedent and would reflect the uniqueness and exceptional situation of Croatia, stressing that Croatia should compensate any assignment of this kind by adapting the obligations imposed on him pursuant to decision No. 406/2009/EC of the European Parliament 1 and of the Council of 23 April 2009 on the effort by Member States to reduce their gas emissions greenhouse to the commitments of the community in reducing these emissions until 2020 (34) to ensure environmental integrity while avoiding an increase in the total quantity of emissions allowed for the Union and Croatia until 2020 HAVE agreed upon the following provisions: Part I transfer ARTICLE 1 this Part applies to measures relating to a possible transfer to Croatia of a number of assigned amount units (AAUs) issued in respect of the Kyoto Protocol.
ARTICLE 2 no transfer is made unless Croatia waived the appeal it filed against the decision of the enforcement branch of the Committee of control of compliance with the provisions of the Kyoto Protocol, in accordance with any rules and any time limit for the withdrawal of the appeal before the start of the conference in Durban on the UNFCCC (November 28 - December 9, 2011).
Any assignment is subject to the conclusion of the team of experts under the UNFCCC which, following the period of adjustment, establish that Croatia has failed to honour the commitments that its obligations under article 3 of the Kyoto Protocol.
There is no assignment unless Croatia not to endeavour, as far as possible, to respect the commitments it has made in respect of article 3 of the Kyoto Protocol, including the full utilization of absorption units from

the use of the land, of the change of land and forestry.
ARTICLE 3 any decision relating to the transfer of AAUs shall be adopted in accordance with the procedure referred to in article 5 of the Regulation (EU) No 182/2011 Parliament and of the Council of February 16, 2011, laying down the rules and general principles concerning mechanisms for control by Member States for the exercise of implementing powers by the Commission (35). The Commission shall be assisted by the climate change Committee instituted by article 9 of decision No 280/2004/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 February 2004 concerning a mechanism for monitoring greenhouse gas emissions in the community and to implement the Kyoto Protocol (36). It is a Committee within the meaning of Regulation (EU) No 182/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council. In the absence of notice, the decision is not adopted.
To sell AAUs are subtracted from the quantity of AAUs under article 2 of decision 2006/944/EC of the Commission of 14 December 2006 laying down the respective emission levels allocated to the community and each of its Member States under the Kyoto Protocol in accordance with decision 2002/358/EC of the Council (37).
Any possible assignment may not exceed a total quantity greater than 7 000 000 AAUs.
Part II COMPENSATION ARTICLE 4 this Part applies to the compensation that should provide Croatia in the event of transfer of AAUs under the provisions of part I. ARTICLE 5 1. Croatia compensates each AAU which it is transferred by adapting, pursuant to this article, the obligations imposed on him pursuant to decision No. 1 406/2009/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council.
In particular, quantity expressed in tonnes equivalent-carbon dioxide from any AAUs transferred is deducted pursuant to this section, annual quotas of emissions of Croatia, once they have been determined under article 3, paragraph 2 of decision No 406/2009 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council.
2. the Commission publishes figures for annual emission quotas of Croatia resulting from the deduction under paragraph 1.

ACT FINAL I. TEXT OF THE FINAL ACT 1. The Plenipotentiaries: His Majesty the King of the BELGIANS, the PRESIDENT of the Republic of Bulgaria, PRESIDENT of the Czech Republic, from her Majesty the Queen of Denmark, the PRESIDENT of the Federal Republic of Germany, of PRESIDENT of the Republic of Estonia, of PRESIDENT of Ireland, the PRESIDENT of the Hellenic Republic, of his Majesty the King of Spain, of PRESIDENT of the French Republic , THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA, THE PRESIDENT OF THE ITALIAN REPUBLIC, OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF CYPRUS, THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF LATVIA, THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA, HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE GRAND DUKE OF LUXEMBOURG, THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF HUNGARY, THE PRESIDENT OF MALTA, HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN OF THE NETHERLANDS, THE FEDERAL PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA , Of the PRESIDENT of the Republic of Poland, the PRESIDENT of the Republic Portuguese, of the PRESIDENT of Romania, the PRESIDENT of the Republic of Slovenia, of the PRESIDENT of the Slovak Republic, of the President of the Republic of Finland, of the Government of the Kingdom of Sweden, her Majesty the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from the North, meeting in Brussels , the nine December two thousand eleven, on the occasion of the signing of the Treaty between the Kingdom of Belgium, the Republic of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, the Kingdom of Denmark, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Republic of Estonia, the Ireland, the Hellenic Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, the French Republic, the Italian Republic, the Republic of Cyprus, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania , Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Republic of Hungary, the Republic of Malta, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Poland, the Portuguese Republic, the Romania, the Republic of Slovenia, the Slovak Republic, the Republic of Finland, the Kingdom of Sweden and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Member States of the Union European) and the Republic of Croatia concerning the accession of the Republic of Croatia to the Union European.
Have found that the following texts have been prepared and arrested within the Conference between the Member States of the Union European and the Republic of Croatia on the accession of the Republic of Croatia to the Union European: i. the Treaty between the Kingdom of Belgium, the Republic of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, the Kingdom of Denmark, the Federal Republic of Germany the Republic of Estonia, the Ireland, the Hellenic Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, the French Republic, the Italian Republic, the Republic of Cyprus, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Republic of Hungary, the Republic of Malta, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Poland, the Portuguese Republic, the Romania, the Republic of Slovenia, the Slovak Republic , the Republic of Finland, the Kingdom of Sweden and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland of the North (EU Member States) and the Republic of Croatia relating to the accession of the Republic of Croatia to the European Union (hereinafter referred to as "Treaty of accession");
II. the Act concerning the conditions of accession to the European Union of the Republic of Croatia and the adaptation of the Treaty on European Union, the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union and the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community (hereinafter referred to as the 'Act of accession');
III. the texts listed below annexed to the Act of accession: A. Appendix I: list of conventions and protocols to which Croatia accede upon accession (referred to in article 3, paragraph 4, of the Act of accession), Appendix II: list of provisions of the Schengen acquis integrated into the European Union and the acts building upon it or otherwise related to it , which are binding on and applicable in the new Member States as from accession (referred to in article 4, paragraph 1, of the Act of accession), annex III: list referred to in article 15 of the Act of accession: adaptation of acts adopted by the institutions, annex IV: list referred to in article 16 of the Act of accession: other permanent provisions, annex V: list referred to in article 18 of the Act of accession : transitional measures, annex VI: rural development (referred to in article 35, paragraph 2, of the Act of accession), annex VII: specific commitments made by the Republic of Croatia in accession negotiations (referred to in article 36, paragraph 1, second subparagraph, of the Act of accession), annex VIII: commitments made by the Republic of Croatia with regard to the restructuring of the sector of shipbuilding (referred to in article 36 (, paragraph 1, third subparagraph, of the Act of accession), annex IX: commitments made by the Republic of Croatia with regard to the restructuring of the steel industry (referred to in article 36, paragraph 1, third subparagraph, of the Act of accession);
B. Protocol on certain provisions concerning a possible transfer unique in the Republic of Croatia of AAUs issued in respect of the Kyoto Protocol to the framework convention of the United Nations on climate change as well as the compensation y;
C. texts of the Treaty on the Union European, of the Treaty on the functioning of the Union European and of the Treaty establishing the European energy Atomic as well as of treaties modifying or complete, including the Treaty concerning the accession of the Kingdom of Denmark, the Ireland and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from the North, the Treaty concerning the accession of the Hellenic Republic the Treaty concerning the accession of the Kingdom of Spain and the Portuguese Republic, the Treaty concerning the accession of the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Finland and the Kingdom of Sweden, the Treaty concerning the accession of the Czech Republic, the Republic of Estonia, the Republic of Cyprus, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania, the Republic of Hungary the Republic of Malta, the Republic of Poland, the Republic of Slovenia and the Slovak Republic and the Treaty concerning the accession of the Republic of Bulgaria and Romania, in the Croatian language.
2 the High Contracting Parties have reached political agreement on a set of adaptations that result from membership, should be made to acts adopted by the institutions, and they invite the Council and the Commission to adopt, before accession, such adaptations supplemented and updated, if necessary, to take account of the evolution of the law of the Union, in accordance with article 50 of the Act of accession , as mentioned in article 3, paragraph 4, of the Treaty of accession.
3 the High Contracting Parties undertake to communicate to the Commission and to each other Contracting Party all necessary information appropriate to communicate for the purposes of the application of the Act of accession. Where appropriate, this information is provided sufficiently in time before accession so as to allow the full implementation of the Act of accession, as from the date of accession, particularly in the functioning of the internal market. In this context, it is essential that the measures adopted by the Republic of Croatia are notified quickly in accordance with

Article 47 of the Act of accession. The Commission may inform the Republic of Croatia of the moment at which it considers that it is appropriate to have received or transmitted specific information.
Prior to the date of signature, the High Contracting Parties received a list setting out the information obligations in the veterinary field.
4. the Plenipotentiaries have taken note of statements that were made and which are annexed to this final act: [list of statements to complete] A. Joint Declaration by the present Member States Joint Declaration on the implementation of common all of the provisions of the Schengen B. Declaration by various present Member States Joint Declaration by the Federal Republic of Germany and the Republic of Austria on the free movement of workers : Croatia v. Joint Declaration by the present Member States and the Republic of Croatia Joint Declaration on the European Development Fund D. Declaration by the Republic of Croatia statement of the Republic of Croatia concerning the transitional arrangements for the liberalisation of the Croatian agricultural land market 5. The Plenipotentiaries have taken note of the exchange of letters between the European Union and the Republic of Croatia concerning a procedure for information and consultation for the adoption of certain decisions and other measures to be taken during the period preceding accession;
This exchange of letters is annexed to this final act.
Done at Brussels, 9 December 2011.
II. statements A. DECLARATION COMMUNE of States members present Joint Declaration on the implementation of all the provisions of the Schengen it is understood that the procedures established for the future full application, by the Republic of Croatia, of all of the provisions of the Schengen acquis - as they will be inserted in the Treaty concerning the accession of Croatia to the Union (hereinafter referred to as "Croatia's accession treaty")-are without prejudice to the decision that will be taken by the Council for the purpose of the full implementation of the provisions of the Schengen acquis in the Republic of Bulgaria and in Romania and have no impact on the decision.
The Council decision on the full application of the provisions of the Schengen acquis in Bulgaria and in Romania will be taken on the basis of the procedure laid down in this connection in the Treaty of the accession of the Bulgaria and Romania to the Union and in accordance with the Council conclusions of 9 June 2011 on the completion of the assessment process regarding the degree of preparation of the Bulgaria and the Romania with a view to upgrading implementation of all the provisions of the Schengen acquis.
Adopted procedures for the future full application, by Croatia, of all of the provisions of the Schengen acquis - as they will be inserted in the Treaty of accession of Croatia - does not create legal obligations in any other context than that of the Treaty of accession of Croatia.
B. DECLARATION COMMUNE of various States members current Joint Declaration by the Federal Republic of Germany and the Republic of Austria on the free movement of workers: Croatia in paragraph 12 of the transitional measures on the free movement of workers under directive 96/71/EC, in annex V, section 2, of the Act of accession, the Federal Republic of Germany and the Republic of Austria , in agreement with the Commission, include that, where appropriate, the words 'certain regions' may also be heard as covering the whole of the national territory.
C. statement municipality of States members current and of the Republic of Croatia statement on the European Fund of development following its accession to the Union, the Republic of Croatia will adhere to the European Fund of development since the entry into force of the new financial framework multiannual cooperation and will contribute to effective January 1 of the second calendar year following the date of its accession.
D. statement of the Republic of Croatia statement of the Republic of Croatia concerning the transitional arrangements for the liberalisation of the agricultural land market Croatian having regard to the transitional arrangements with regard to the acquisition of agricultural land in the Republic of Croatia by individuals physical and legal entities of the EU and EEA, provided for in Schedule V to the Act of accession, saw the provision stipulating that the Commission , at the request of Croatia, shall take a decision concerning the extension for another three years of the transitional period of seven years if there is sufficient evidence that, upon expiry of the period transitional seven years, there will be serious imbalances or a threat of serious of the Croatian agricultural land market imbalance, the Republic of Croatia declares that If the transitional period shall be extended, as indicated above, it will endeavour to take the necessary steps to liberalize the acquisition of agricultural land in the areas specified before the expiry of the period of three years.

III. Exchange of letters between the UNION European and the Republic of Croatia concerning a PROCEDURE of INFORMATION and of CONSULTATION for the ADOPTION of certain DECISIONS and other measures A take during the period preceding the accession letter No. 1 Mr, I have the honour to refer to the issue of a procedure for information and consultation for the adoption of certain decisions and other measures to be taken during the period preceding the accession of your country to the European Union an issue which had been raised in the context of the accession negotiations.
I hereby confirm that the European Union is able to accept such a procedure, in the terms set out in the annex to the present letter. This procedure could be applied in regard to the Republic of Croatia from the date on which the accession Conference declare that the accession negotiations have been completed.
I should be grateful if you would confirm the agreement of your Government to the contents of this letter.
Please accept, Sir, the assurance of my highest consideration.

Annex Procedure for information and consultation for the adoption of certain decisions and other measures to be taken during the period preceding accession I. 1. To ensure adequate information of the Republic of Croatia, any proposal, communication, recommendation or initiative aimed at the adoption of a legal act of the European Parliament and Council, the Council or the European Council, is brought to the attention of Croatia after having been transmitted to the Council or the European Council.
2. the consultations take place at the reasoned request of Croatia, which is explicitly referred to its interests as a future Member of the Union and presents its observations.
3. management decisions are not, generally, give rise to consultations.
4. the consultations take place within the Interim Committee composed of representatives of the Union and Croatia. Unless objection motivated Union or Croatia, consultations may also take place in the form of an exchange of messages by electronic means, including as regards foreign policy and common security.
5. on the side of the Union, members of the Interim Committee are members of the Committee of permanent representatives or those designated by them for this purpose. Where appropriate, the members of the Interim Committee may be members of the political Committee and security. The Commission is represented in an appropriate manner.
6. the Interim Committee is assisted by a secretariat, which is the Conference of accession, renewed for this purpose.
7. the consultations occur normally as soon as the preparatory work carried out at the level of the Union for the adoption of the acts referred to in paragraph 1 resulted in common guidelines to predict useful such consultations.
8. If consultations suggest remain serious difficulties, the question can be raised at ministerial level, at the request of Croatia.
9. the above provisions shall apply mutatis mutandis to decisions of the Board of Governors of the European Investment Bank.
10. the procedure laid down in points above also applies to any decision that Croatia intends to take and which could have an impact on liabilities arising as a future Member of the Union.
II. 11. The Union and Croatia to take the necessary measures for accession to the agreements or conventions and protocols referred to in article 3, paragraph 4, and article 6, paragraphs 2 and 5, of the Act concerning the conditions of accession of the Republic of Croatia and the adjustments to the treaties on which is based the European Union, hereinafter referred to as 'the Act of accession', intervention , insofar as possible, at the same time as the entry into force of the accession treaty.
12. with regard to the negotiation, with counter-parties, protocols referred to in article 6, paragraph 2, second subparagraph, of the Act of accession, the representatives of Croatia are associated with the work as observers, alongside representatives of the present Member States.
13. some of the non-preferential agreements concluded by the Union and the term of validity beyond the date of accession may be adaptations or adjustments to take account of the enlargement of the Union. These adaptations or arrangements will be negotiated by the Union involving representatives of Croatia according to the procedure referred to in paragraph 12.
III. 14.

Institutions establish in good time the texts referred to in article 52 of the Act of accession. To this end, Croatia sends timely translations of these texts to institutions.

Letter No 2 Mr, I have the honour to acknowledge receipt of your letter which reads as follows: ' I have the honour to refer to the issue of a procedure for information and consultation for the adoption of certain decisions and other measures to be taken during the period preceding the accession of your country to the European Union, issue which had been raised in the context of the accession negotiations. "
I hereby confirm that the European Union is able to accept such a procedure, in the terms set out in the annex to the present letter. This procedure could be applied in regard to the Republic of Croatia from the date on which the accession Conference declare that the accession negotiations have been completed.
I should be grateful if you would confirm the agreement of your Government to the contents of this letter. » .
I have the honour to confirm the agreement of my Government to the contents of this letter.
Please accept, Sir, the assurance of my highest consideration.
_ Notes (1) OJ L 114, 30.4.2002, p. 6.
(2) OJ L 317, 15.12.2000, p. 3.
(3) OJ L 209, 11.8.2005, p. 27, OJ L 287, 28.10.2005, p. 4 and OJ L 168 M, 21.6.2006, p. 33.
(4) OJ L 287, 4.11.2010, p.
3. (5) OJ L 1, 3.1.1994, p. 3.
(6) OJ L 79, 22.3.2002, p. 42.
(7) OJ L 210, 31.7.2006, p. 82.
(8) OJ L 248, 16.9.2002, p. 1.
(9) OJ L 170, 29.6.2007, p. 1.
(10) OJ L 277, 21.10.2005, p. 1 and OJ L 286 M, 4.11.2010, p. 26.
(11) OJ L 55, 28.2.2011, p. 13.
(12) OJ L 26, 28.1.2005, p. 3.
(13) OJ L 299, 16.11.2007, p. 1.
(14) OJ L 55, 28.2.2011, p. 13.
(15) OJ L 56, 4.3.1968, p. 1.
(16) OJ L 239, 22.9.2000, p. 13.
(17) OJ L 239, 22.9.2000, p. 19.
(18) as long as the agreement is not concluded, only insofar as it applies provisionally.
(19) OJ L 83, 27.3.1999, p. 1.
(20) OJ L 171, 23.6.2006, p. 35, and OJ L 326 M, 10.12.2010, p.
70. (21) OJ L 209, 11.8.2005, p. 1 (22) OJ L 35, 13.2.1996, p. 1.
(23) OJ L 265, 26.9.2006, p. 18.
(24) OJ L 136, 30.4.2004, p. 1.
(25) OJ L 257, 19.10.1968, p. 13. Directive as last amended by the Act of accession of 2003 (OJ L 236, 23.9.2003, p. 33) and repealed with effect from 30 April 2006 by directive 2004/38/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 158, 30.4.2004, p. 77).
(26) OJ L 316, 2.12.2009, p. 1.
(27) OJ L 316, 2.12.2009, p. 27.
(28) OJ L 316, 2.12.2009, p. 65.
(29) OJ L 54, 26.2.2011, p.
1. (30) OJ L 170, 29.6.2007, p. 1.
(31) OJ L 375, 31.12.1991, p. 1.
(32) the annual production of a given shipyard is calculated as follows: the commencement of production of a ship is the date set for cutting of steel and the end of production is the expected date of delivery of the ship contained in the contract with the buyer (or the date of delivery of the ship incomplete when its construction is shared between two shipyards). TBC corresponding to a ship being split evenly between the different calendar years covering the period of production. The total production of a shipyard in a given year is calculated by adding the number of TBC produced during the year in question.
(33) to calculate according to articles 9 to 11 of Regulation (EC) no 794/2004 of the Commission of 21 April 2004 on the implementation of Regulation (EC) no 659/1999 laying down detailed rules for the application of article 93 of the Treaty this (OJ L 140, 30.4.2004, p. 1), as amended by Regulation (EC) no 1125/2009 of the Commission (OJ L 308, 24.11.2009 (, p. 5).
(34) OJ L 140, 5.6.2009, p. 136.
(35) OJ L 55, 28.2.2011, p. 13.
(36) OJ L 49, 19.2.2004, p. 1.
(37) OJ L 358, 16.12.2006, p.
87 decision as amended by decision EU-778-2010 of the Commission (OJ L 332, the 16.12.2010, p. 41).

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