On The Agreement 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, Ireland, The Hellenic Republic, The Kingdom Of Spain, The French Republic, ...

Original Language Title: Par Līgumu starp Beļģijas Karalisti, Bulgārijas Republiku, Čehijas Republiku, Dānijas Karalisti, Vācijas Federatīvo Republiku, Igaunijas Republiku, Īriju, Grieķijas Republiku, Spānijas Karalisti, Francijas Republiku, Itālijas Republiku, Kipras Republiku,

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The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: The agreement 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, 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, 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 European Union) and the Republic of Croatia on the accession of the Republic of Croatia to the European Union article 1. 2011 December 9 signed 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, 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, 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 European Union) and the Republic of Croatia on the accession of the Republic of Croatia to the European Union (hereinafter referred to as the agreement) with the the law is adopted and approved. 2. article. Contractual commitments coordinated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
3. article. The agreement shall enter into force for the period specified in article 3 and in order, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall notify the newspaper "journal".
4. article. The law shall enter into force on the day following its promulgation. With the law put for Latvian language in the contract. The Parliament adopted the law of 22 March of 2012. The President a. Smith in Riga 2012 April 3 ПРИСЪЕДИНЯВАНЕТО НА РЕПУБЛИКА ХЪРВАТИЯ ДОГОВОР ЗА ЕВРОПЕЙСКИЯ КЪМ TRATAD СЪЮЗ ADHESIÓN A LA the RELATIVE DE LA República DE LA UNIÓN Europea CROACI A SMLOUV O PŘISTOUPENÍ REPUBLIKY K EVROPSKÉ CHORVATSKÉ UNIT you will misread OM TILTRÆDELS AF REPUBLIKKEN CROATIE in DEN VERTRAG ÜBER DEN BEITRIT EUROPÆISK UNION DER ZUR EUROPÄISCHEN UNION the REPUBLIC of CROATIE LEPING HORVAATI VABARIIG ÜHINEMIS of the LIIDUG of the ΣΥΝΘΗΚΗ KOHT ΓΙΑ ΤΗΝ Euroopa ΠΡΟΣΧΩΡΗΣΗ ΤΗΣ ΔΗΜΟΚΡΑΤΙΑΣ ΤΗΣ ΚΡΟΑΤΙΑΣ ΣΤΗΝ ΕΥΡΩΠΑΪΚΗ ΕΝΩΣΗ TREATY CONCERNING the ACCESSION OF the REPUBLIC OF Croatia TO the EUROPEAN UNION TRAITÉ RELATIF À L ' ADHÉSION DE LA République À L ' UNION DE CROAT-European AONTACH of I dTAOBH AN CONRADH NA CRÓIT PHOBLACH leis AN AONT of the UGOVOR O PRISTUPANJ EORPACH a EUROPSKOJ UNIJ of the REPUBLIC of the TRATTAT BAHASA INDONESIA RELATIVES of ALL ' ADESION DELL Repubblica DI CROAZI Alla ' UNION contract for the EUROPEAN accession of the Republic of CROATIA to the European Union of LISBON by DĖL KROATIJO respublikos and ROMANIA to European SĄJUNGĄ SZERZŐDÉ HORVÁ a KÖZTÁRSASÁGNAK (A) AZ európai UNIÓHOZ TÖRTÉNŐ CSATLAKOZÁSÁRÓL DWAR L-ADEŻJON are you TRATT TAR-REPUBBLIK TAL-KROAZJ-the edge of UNJON EWROPE-VERDRAG DE TOETREDING VAN DE REPUBLIEK BETREFFEND KROATIË TOT DE EUROPES and the TRACT of the Republic CHORWACJ DOTYCZĄCY PRZYSTĄPIENI you DO EUROPEJSKIEJ TRATAD the RELATIVE to the UNIT À ADESÃ DA República DA CROÁCI À União in the COMMISSION's CROAŢI TRATATUL PRIVIND ADERARE Republicii UNIUNE EUROPEANĂ a ZMLUV LA O PRISTÚPENÍ CHORVÁTSKEJ REPUBLIKY K EURÓPSKEJ ÚNIA, O the Republic of PRISTOP POGODB HRVAŠK K evropski UNIJ of the SOPIM of FÖRDRAGE the KROATIAN LIITTYMISESTÄ EUROOPAN UNIONIIN TASAVALLAN OM ANSLUTNING TILL in the EUROPEAN REPUBLIKEN CROATIE UNIONEN contents a. agreement 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, 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, 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 European Union) and the Republic of Croatia on the accession of the Republic of Croatia to the European Union (B). the Act concerning the conditions of accession 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, the first part. In the second part of the principle. The adjustments to the treaties title I. Institutional provisions title II. Other adjustments in the third part. The fourth part of the standing rules. Temporary provisions title I. Transitional measures of section II. Institutional provisions in title III. Financial provisions title IV. Other provisions in the fifth. Rules for the implementation of title I of this Act. Rules of procedure of the institutions and the rules of the Committee of adjustments and adaptations to the rules of section II. Acts adopted by the institutions of the applicability of section III. Final provisions annex I ANNEX. The Convention and the protocol list, which the Republic of Croatia accede upon accession (referred to in article 3 of the Act of accession (4)) (annex II). The provisions of the Schengen acquis as integrated into the framework of the European Union and the acts building upon this acquis or otherwise related to it, which are binding on and applicable in the accession of the Republic of Croatia (as mentioned in article 4 of the Act of accession (1)), annex III. Article 15 of the Act of accession in that list: institutional adaptations to acts adopted 1. freedom to provide services 2. intellectual property rights i. Community trade mark II. Supplementary protection certificates III. Community designs 3. financial services 4. Agriculture 5. fisheries 6. Taxation 7. Regional policy and coordination of structural instruments 8. environment annex IV. Accession list referred to in article 16: other permanent provisions 1. intellectual property rights, competition policy, 2.3.4. fisheries Agriculture 5. Customs Union Appendix IV of annex V. 18. Act of accession referred to in article list: transitional measures 1. free movement of goods 2. Freedom of movement for persons 3. free movement of capital 4. Agriculture I. Transitional measures for Croatia II. Transitional tariff quota for raw cane sugar for refining II. Temporary direct payment rules for Croatia 5. Food safety, veterinary and phytosanitary policy i. II. Laying hens establishments (meat, milk, fish and animal by-products sector) III. IV. Marketing of seed Not universe 6. fisheries 7. Transport Policy 8. Taxation 9. Freedom, security and justice 10. environment i. Horizontal legislation II. Air quality III. IV. waste management water quality g. Integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC) VI. Chemicals in annex VI, Appendix V. Rural development (referred to in article 35 of the Act of accession (2)), annex VII. Specific commitments entered into by the Republic of Croatia in accession negotiations (as mentioned in the Act of accession, art. 36, second paragraph), annex VIII. The commitments entered into by the Republic of Croatia for the shipbuilding industry restructuring (as referred to in article 36 of the Act of accession of the third subparagraph of paragraph 1), annex IX. The commitments entered into by the Republic of Croatia concerning the restructuring of the steel sector (as referred to in article 36 of the Act of accession of the third subparagraph of paragraph 1) protocol protocol for certain measures relating to under the United Nations Framework Convention on climate change Kyoto Protocol assigned amount units assigned to the possible transfer of a lump sum to the Republic of Croatia, as well as the compensation of the final act Final Act I of the text of A Declaration II. Current Member States ' Joint Declaration Joint Declaration on the full application of the provisions of the Schengen acquis (B). the current Member States of the various joint Declaration Joint Declaration by the Federal Republic of Germany and the Republic of Austria on the free movement of workers – Croatia (C). The current Member States and the Republic of Croatia the Joint Declaration Joint Declaration on the European Development Fund (D). Declaration by the Republic of Croatia's Declaration of the Republic of Croatia for transitional measures in respect of Croatia's agricultural market liberalisation (II). The exchange of letters between the European Union and the Republic of Croatia on the information and consultation procedure for the adoption of certain decisions and other measures to be taken during the period preceding the 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, 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, Romania, Slovenia Republic, the Slovak Republic, the Republic of Finland, the Kingdom of Sweden, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Member States of the European Union) and the Republic of Croatia on the accession of the Republic of CROATIA to the European Union his Majesty the King of the Belgians, the President of the Republic of BULGARIA, the Czech Republic, the President of the Republic, her Majesty the Queen of Denmark, the Federal Republic of Germany President, the President of the Republic of Estonia, the President of Ireland, the President of the Hellenic Republic, his Majesty the King of Spain, the French Republic, the President of the Republic of Croatia, the President of the Republic of ITALY 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 Austrian Federal President of the Republic, the President of the Republic of Poland, the Portuguese President of the Republic, President of Romania, the President of the Republic of Slovenia, the Slovak Republic, the President, the President of the Republic of Finland, the Government of the Kingdom of Sweden, her Majesty the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland the Queen, United in their desire to continue to achieve the objectives of the European Union , Committed to continue on the existing basis to forge ever closer Union between the peoples of Europe, given that the Treaty on European Union, article 49 provides for the possibility of European countries to become Member States of the Union, given that the Republic of Croatia has submitted an application to become a member of the Union, taking into account that the Council, in the opinion of the Commission in advance and the assent of the European Parliament, has supported Croatia's accession to the European Union Have agreed on the conditions of accession and the adjustments to be made in the Treaty on European Union, to the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union and the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community and to this end have designated as their Plenipotentiaries: His Majesty the King of the Belgians: Prime Minister Elio DI Rupo, President of the Republic of Bulgaria: Prime Minister Boyko BORISSOV, President of the Czech Republic: Prime Minister Petr NECAS her Majesty the Queen of Denmark: Prime Minister Helle THORNING-Schmidt of the Federal Republic of Germany President : Federal Chancellor Dr. Angela MERKEL, the President of the Republic of Estonia: Andris ANSIP for Prime Minister, the President of IRELAND: Prime Minister (Taoiseach) End KENNY, the President of the Republic of Greece: Prime Minister Lucas in ADDITION his Majesty the King of Spain: the Government of President José Luis RODRIGUEZ Zapatero, President of the French Republic: Minister for Europe Jean LEONETTA Croatia: President Ivo JOSIPOVIĆ, Prime Minister Jadranka KOSOR, President of the Italian Republic: President of the Council of Ministers Recently. Prof. Mario Monti: President of the Republic of Cyprus President Demetris Christofias, President of the Republic of Latvia: Board VICE-CHAIR DOMBROVSKIS, Prime Minister of the Republic of Lithuania President Dalia GRYBAUSKAITĖ, President: his Royal Highness the GRAND DUKE of Luxembourg: Prime Minister and Minister of State Jean-Claude JUNCKER, the President of the Republic of Hungary: Prime Minister Viktor ORBÁN, President: Prime Minister of Malta Lawrence GONZ her Majesty the Queen of the Netherlands: Prime Minister, Minister of General Affairs of the Republic of Austria Marco RUTT Federal President: Werner FAYMANN the Federal Chancellor, the President of the Republic of Poland : Prime Minister Donald TUSK, President of the Portuguese Republic: Prime Minister Pedro Moraes PASSO, the President of ROMANIA Traian băsescu the President: the President of the Republic of Slovenia: President of the Government of borut PAHOR, President of the Slovak Republic: Prime Ministers iveta RADICOV was the President of the Republic of Finland: Jyrki KATAINEN of the Prime Minister of the Government of the Kingdom of Sweden: Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt her Majesty the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland the Queen: Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. David CAMERON who, having exchanged their full powers, found in good and due form, have agreed as follows. 1. Article 1. The Republic of Croatia becomes the European Union and the Member States of the European Atomic Energy Community. 2. The Republic of Croatia becomes a of the Treaty on European Union, the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union and the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community, party to this agreement, taking into account the amendments and additions. 3. the conditions for accession and the associated adjustments to the treaties referred to in paragraph 2 are set out in the Act annexed to this Treaty. The said provisions of the Act are part of this contract. Article 2 to this treaty subject to the rules on the rights and obligations of the Member States, as well as the provisions on the Union's powers and competence of the institutions as set out in the agreements, for which the Contracting Party becomes the Republic of Croatia in accordance with paragraph 2 of article 1. 1. Article 3 of this Treaty shall be ratified by the High Contracting Parties in accordance with their respective constitutional requirements. The instruments of ratification shall be deposited with the Government of the Italian Republic until 30 June 2013. 2. it is considered that, when ratifying this agreement, the Republic of Croatia has ratified or approved all the article 1, paragraph 2, of the Treaty amendment which when ratified by the Republic of Croatia, this agreement is open to the Member States for ratification or approval in accordance with the Treaty on European Union, article 48, as well as all acts of the institutions adopted before or at that time and which shall enter into force only after the When it is approved by the Member States in accordance with their respective constitutional requirements. 3. this Agreement shall enter into force on July 1, 2013, unless before that date, all the instruments of ratification have been deposited. 4. Without prejudice to paragraph 3, the authorities of the Union may adopt before accession the measures referred to in article 1, paragraph 3, of the Act referred to in article 3, paragraph 7, article 6, paragraph 2, second subparagraph article 6(3), second subparagraph, article 6 paragraph 6 of the second and third subparagraphs, article 6, second paragraph, article 6, paragraph 8, third paragraph, article 17, article 29 (1) Article 30, paragraph 5 of article 31, paragraph 5, and article 35 (4), 38, 39, 41, 42, 43, 44, 49, 50 and 51 and in article IV to VI. These measures shall enter into force only with the entry into force of this agreement and the entry into force of this Agreement is the date of entry into force. 5. Without prejudice to paragraph 3 of this article, article 1, paragraph 3, of the Act referred to in article 36 shall apply from the date of signature of the contract. Article 4 of this Treaty, in one original copy in the English, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, French, Greek, Dutch, Croatian, Hungarian, Irish, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish and Swedish languages shall be deposited in the archives of the Government of the Republic of Italy; each of these texts being equally authentic, and shall be issued by the Government of the Italian Republic a certified copy of all the other signatory Governments. In witness whereof, the Plenipotentiaries have signed this Treaty.  Act concerning the CONDITIONS of accession 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, the first part of the principles in article 1:-in this Act, the term "framework contract" means: (a)) of the Treaty on European Union (TEU) and the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union (TFEU), taking into account the amendments or additions to be made to the treaties or other acts which entered into force before accession of the Republic of Croatia; (b)) of the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom Treaty), taking into account the amendments or additions to be made to the treaties or other acts which entered into force before accession of the Republic of Croatia; – the expression ' present Member States "means 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, 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, 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; -the term "Union" means the Union, based on LES ARTICLES, and/or the relevant and appropriate, the European Atomic Energy Community; -the term "institutions" means the institutions established by the LES. Article 2 of the framework agreement and the provisions adopted by the institutions before accession, from the date of accession, shall be binding on and applicable in Croatia under the aforementioned treaties and the conditions laid down in this Act. If, after Croatia ratified the accession treaty, the representatives of the Governments of the Member States in accordance with article 48 of the TEU (4) have agreed on amendments to the treaties, and if these amendments by the date of accession has not entered into force, these amendments should be ratified by Croatia in accordance with their respective constitutional requirements. 3. Article 1. Croatia joins the decisions and agreements adopted in the meeting within the Council of the heads of State or Government of the Member States. 2. Croatia joins the decisions and agreements adopted by the Governments of the Member States meeting within the Council. 3. in respect of the European Council or the The declarations and resolutions of the Council or other positions, which they supported, as well as for declarations, resolutions or other positions related to the Union and the Member States adopted by common accord, Croatia's status is the same as the existing Member States. Croatia according to observe the principles and guidelines deriving from those declarations, resolutions or other positions and will take such measures as may be necessary to ensure their implementation. 4. Croatia joins the conventions listed in annex I and Protocol. For Croatia, and the Protocol to this Convention shall enter into force on the date determined by the Council to the decision referred to in paragraph 5. 5. the Council, on a recommendation from the Commission and after consulting the European Parliament, unanimously decide on any adjustments that should be made in connection with accession referred to in paragraph 4, the conventions and protocols, and custom text shall be published in the official journal of the European Union. 6. in the case referred to in paragraph 4, the conventions and protocols Croatia undertakes to introduce administrative and other arrangements, such as the measures adopted by the date of accession by the present Member States or by the Council, and to facilitate practical cooperation between Member States ' institutions and organisations. 7. the Council, acting unanimously on a proposal from the Commission, may supplement annex I with relevant conventions, agreements and protocols signed before the date of accession. Article 4 the provisions of the Schengen acquis 1, which contains the framework of the European Union by the Protocol on the Schengen acquis, which added to the LES and ARTICLE (hereinafter referred to as "the Schengen Protocol"), as well as acts adopted under that acquis or otherwise related to it, and listed in annex II, as any further such acts adopted before the date of accession, shall be binding on and applicable for Croatia at the date of accession. 2. Those provisions of the Schengen acquis as integrated into the framework of the European Union and the acts building upon this acquis or otherwise related to it, and not mentioned in paragraph 1 of this article, to the date of accession are also binding for Croatia, they are applicable only to Croatia in accordance with the relevant decision of the Council taken after according to the applicable Schengen evaluation procedures have been established that Croatia has fulfilled all the conditions necessary for all relevant parts of the acquis, including that it is applied effectively in all Schengen rules in accordance with agreed common standards and principles. The Council said the decision adopted in accordance with the applicable Schengen procedures and having regard to the Commission report, which confirmed that Croatia continues to meet the undertakings entered into accession negotiations relating to the Schengen acquis.
The Council, after consulting the European Parliament adopt a decision by unanimous vote of the members representing the Governments of the Member States in respect of which the provisions referred to in this paragraph if applicable, and the Government of the Republic of Croatia. The members of the Council representing Ireland and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Governments, take part in such a decision insofar as it relates to these countries binding the provisions of the Schengen acquis, or these countries binding instruments adopted under the Schengen acquis or otherwise related to it. Article 5 of the accession of Croatia participate in economic and Monetary Union as a Member State with a derogation WITHIN the meaning of article 139. 1. Article 6 agreements with one or more third countries, international organisations or third countries concluded or provisionally applied by the Union are binding for Croatia under the treaties and the conditions laid down in this Act. 2. Croatia undertakes to accede, under the conditions laid down in this Act, to the agreements that the present Member States and the Union have been concluded or signed up with one or more third countries or international organisations. Unless the agreements referred to in the first subparagraph is not otherwise specified, on Croatia's accession to such agreements agreed protocols, which add the following agreements and concluded the Council, by a unanimous decision and representing the Member States, and the third country or third countries, or an international organization. The Commission, or if the agreement fully or in principle relates to the common foreign and security policy-the High Representative for Foreign Affairs and security policy (High Representative) on behalf of the Member States participating in the negotiations on the protocols on the basis of the indications of the negotiations, unanimously approved by the Council, and in consultation with the Committee, composed of representatives of the Member States. The draft Protocol to be concluded by the Commission or, where appropriate, the High Representative shall be submitted to the Council. This procedure is without prejudice to the competences of the Union and does not affect the distribution of competences between the Union and the Member States with regard to such agreements in the future or any other amendments not related to accession. 3. From the date of accession and until paragraph 2 referred to in the second subparagraph of the protocol needed for the entry into force of Croatia shall apply paragraph 2 referred to in the first subparagraph to agreements concluded or provisionally applied before the date of accession, except the agreement between the European Community and its Member States, of the one part, and the Swiss Confederation, of the other part, on the free movement of persons ' 1. Pending the entry into force of paragraph 2 second subparagraph protocols , The Union and the Member States jointly, with due regard, where appropriate, of their respective competences, shall take any appropriate measure. 4. Croatia joins the 23 June 2000 in Cotonou partnership agreement between the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States, of the one part, and the European Community and its Member States, of the other part 2, as well as two agreements amending the agreement and signed and opened for signature, respectively, 25 June 2005 in Luxembourg 3 and 22 June 2010 in Ouagadougou 4. Croatia 5. undertake to accede, under the conditions laid down in this Act, to the agreement on the European economic area 5 as set out in the Treaty referred to in article 128. 6. From the date of accession, Croatia apply to bilateral agreements and arrangements on textiles concluded between the Union and third countries. The quantitative restrictions applied by the Union on imports of textile and clothing imports of products, adjusted to take account of the accession of Croatia to the EU. In this context, the Union is entitled, before the date of accession negotiate with relevant third countries referred to in the first subparagraph the bilateral agreement and the agreement on textiles. If the bilateral agreement and agreement on textiles amendments have entered into force by the date of accession, the Union shall make the necessary adjustments to its rules for textiles and clothing imports of products from third countries, in order to take account of the accession of Croatia. 7. the quantitative restrictions applied by the Union on steel and steel products shall be adjusted on the basis of the extent of the relevant supplier of the origin of the steel and steel products imported in recent years in Croatia. In this regard, before the date of accession negotiating amendments to the bilateral agreements and agreements on steel products concluded between the Union and third countries. If the bilateral agreement and agreement on steel amendments have entered into force by the date of accession, apply the first subparagraph. 8. Fisheries agreements concluded prior to the date of accession between Croatia and third countries, as of that date the Union Government. While that agreement provisional validity remain, Croatia's rights and obligations arising from such agreements, does not change. As soon as possible, and certainly until such time as the force loses points agreement referred to in the first subparagraph, the Council, acting by a qualified majority on a proposal from the Commission in each case adopt decisions pursuant to the agreements referred to fishing operations can continue, and provides for the possibility of extending certain agreements for periods not exceeding one year. 9. Croatia withdraw from any free trade agreements with third countries, including the Central European free trade agreement, taking into account the amendments to it. To the extent that agreements between Croatia and one or more third countries on the other, are not compatible with the obligations arising from this Act, Croatia shall take all the appropriate measures to remedy the non-compliance. If you have trouble for Croatia, adjusting an agreement concluded with one or more third countries, then Croatia under the terms of this agreement, withdraw from that agreement. Croatia shall take all necessary measures to ensure that from the date of accession, the obligations provided for in this paragraph. 10. The conditions laid down in this Act, Croatia joins between the existing Member States internal agreements concluded, the aim of which is to implement paragraph 2 and 4 of the above agreements. 11. Croatia if necessary appropriate measures to its position in relation to international organizations and international agreements that the Contracting Parties is also a Union or other Member States, the rights and obligations resulting from the accession of Croatia to the EU. In particular, Croatia terminates its participation in the international fisheries agreements and organisations to which the Union is a member, except where Croatia is related to questions that do not apply to fisheries. Croatia shall take all necessary measures to ensure that from the date of accession, the obligations provided for in this paragraph. Article 7 1. The provisions of this Act may not, unless otherwise provided herein, be suspended, amended or reversed, but according to the procedure provided for in the treaties, applicable to that contract for review. 2. Acts adopted by the institutions subject to the provisions of this Act, transitional provisions, shall retain their status in law; in particular, for amending those acts shall remain in force for the procedure. 3. the provisions of this Act, which has the purpose or effect of acts adopted by the institutions of the termination or modification of, which by nature is not a transitional provisions, have the same status in law as the provisions which they repeal or amend and shall be subject to the same rules as those provisions. Article 8 of the framework agreement and the transitional period adopted by the institutions shall be applied in the light of the derogations provided for in this Act. Part two adjustments to the treaties title I institutional provisions article 9 TEU, ARTICLES and of the Protocol, annexed to the EAEC Treaty on the Statute of the Court of Justice of the European Union shall be amended as follows: 1) Protocol article 9 the first paragraph is replaced by the following: "every three years, the judges are partially replaced, replacing fourteen judges."; 2. Article 48 of the Protocol) is replaced by the following: ' article 48 of the General Court has twenty-eight judges. ". Article 10 TEU and ARTICLE of the Protocol on the Statute of the European investment bank is hereby amended as follows: 1 article 4 of the Protocol) in the first subparagraph of paragraph 1: a) the introductory phrase shall be replaced by the following chapeau: "1. The Bank's capital is EUR 233 247 390 000, consisting of the following Member States subscribed capital:"; (b)) between the entries relating to Romania and Slovakia, the following entry is inserted: "Croatia 854 400 000"; 2) Protocol article 9 2, first, second and third subparagraphs shall be replaced by the following: "2. The Board of Directors has twenty-nine directors and alternate directors to nineteen. The Director shall be appointed for five years by the Executive Board; each Member State and the Commission shall nominate one candidate. Board for a period of five years following the Director appointed alternates:-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, — one alternate nominated by common accord of the Kingdom of Spain and the Portuguese Republic,-one alternate nominated by common accord of the Kingdom of Belgium, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the two alternates nominated by common accord of the Kingdom of Denmark, the Hellenic Republic, Ireland and Romania, two alternates nominated by common accord of 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, the 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, and-one alternate nominated by the Commission. ". 11. Article 134 of the EAEC Treaty, article 2, first subparagraph, of the scientific and Technical Committee shall be replaced by the following: "2. the Committee shall consist of forty-two members appointed by the Council after consulting the Commission.". Title II other adjustments article 12 ARTICLE 64 paragraph 1 the following sentence shall be added: "with regard to restrictions which exist under the legislation of Croatia, this date is December 31, 2002.". Article 13 TEU article 52 shall be replaced by the following: "1. the Agreement 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, the Republic of Croatia, 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, 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. ". 14. Article 1. LES 55. paragraph 1 of article 3 is replaced by the following: "1. the original of this Treaty, in a single copy in English, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, French, Greek, Dutch, Croatian, Hungarian, Irish, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish and Swedish languages shall be deposited in the archives of the Government of the Republic of Italy; each of these texts being equally authentic, and shall be issued by the Government of the Italian Republic a certified copy of all the other signatory Governments. ". 2. Article 225 of the EAEC Treaty, the second subparagraph is replaced by the following: ' pursuant to the accession treaties, the Treaty text in English, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Greek, Croatian, Hungarian, Irish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish and Swedish. ". The third part of the PERMANENT rules article 15 of this Act listed in annex III shall be adapted as specified in that annex. Article 16 the measures listed in annex IV under the conditions laid down in the said Annex. Article 17 the Council, on a proposal from the Commission and after consulting the European Parliament may, acting unanimously, to the provisions of this Act relating to adapt the common agricultural policy, if such adjustments would be needed due to changes in the rules of the Union. Part four temporary provisions title I transitional measures article 18 of this Act listed in annex V of the measures applicable in Croatia under the conditions laid down in that annex. Title II institutional provisions article 19 1. By way of derogation from article 2 of the Protocol on the transitional provisions annexed to the TEU and the TFEU, the EAEC Treaty and the European Parliament by way of derogation from the maximum number of members laid down in the LES article 14, first paragraph, during the period from the date of accession to the European Parliament 2009-2014 term of the European Parliament by the end of the number of members increased to 12 members from Croatia in order to take account of its accession. 2. By way of derogation from article 14 TEU (3), by the date of accession in Croatia takes ad hoc General direct elections to the European Parliament, to the people in the election in paragraph 1 of this article, determine the number of members in accordance with the acquis of the Union. However, if the date is less than six months before the next elections to the European Parliament, representatives of Croatian citizens appointed by the European Parliament in the Croatian national Parliament from its members, provided that the persons concerned are elected by direct universal suffrage. Article 20 TEU and TFEU of the Protocol annexed to the EAEC Treaty on the transitional provisions in paragraph 3 of article 3 shall be replaced by the following: "3.31 2014 October rules set out below shall apply, without prejudice to the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union Article 235 paragraph 1 second subparagraph. The European Council and the Council decisions requiring a qualified majority, the votes of the members evaluated the following: Belgium Bulgaria Czech Republic 12 10 12 7 29 4 Ireland Denmark Germany Estonia Greece Spain France 7 12 27 29 7 29 Croatia Cyprus Italy Lithuania Latvia Luxembourg 4 4 7 4 Netherlands 3 Austria Hungary Malta 12 13 10 27 Romania 14 Portugal 12 Poland Slovenia Slovakia Finland Sweden 4 7 7 10 United Kingdom 29. In cases where, under the treaties, the Act is required to adopt on a proposal from the Commission, it is assumed, if "on" is at least 260 votes, representing a majority of members. In other cases the decision is adopted if "on" is at least 260 votes representing at least two thirds of the members. When the European Council or the Council shall adopt the Act by a qualified majority, the European Council or Council Member may be asked to perform a check to see that the Member States constituting the qualified majority represents at least 62% of the total population of the Union. If it finds that it does not, the Act shall not be adopted. '. 21. Article 1. Panelist from Croatia appointed for the period from the date of accession until 31 October 2014. The new Member of the Commission shall be appointed by the Council, acting by a qualified majority, with the agreement of the President of the Commission and after consulting the European Parliament, in accordance with article 17 of the TEU (3) in the second part of the criteria laid down. 2. The following members of the appointed term of Office shall expire at the with those of the members in Office at the time of accession. Article 22 1. Court judges and judges of the General Court, which under article 19 TEU (2) third upon accession of Croatia have been appointed, term of office ends in 2015, respectively, on October 6, and august 31, 2013. 2. in the cases that the Court of Justice and the General Court to be considered from the date of accession, and in respect of which oral proceedings have started before that part of the day, the Court of Justice and the General Court sitting as a full Court or of the Court shall decide in the same composition as before accession and shall apply the rules of procedure, which have been in force on the day preceding the accession. 23. by way of derogation from ARTICLE 1, the first paragraph of article 301, stipulated by the economic and Social Committee, the maximum number of members of the LES, ARTICLES and attached to the EAEC Treaty Protocol on transitional provisions article 7 shall be replaced by the following: ' article 7 pending the entry into force of the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union decision referred to in article 301, of the economic and Social Committee members ' distribution is as follows : Belgium Bulgaria Czech Republic 12 12 12 9 24 7 Denmark Germany Estonia Greece Spain France Ireland 9 12 21 24 24 6 9 Italy Croatia Latvia Lithuania Cyprus Luxembourg Hungary 7 9 6 12 5 12 Austria 12 Malta Netherlands Poland Portugal Romania Slovenia 21 12 15 7 9 Slovakia Finland 9 Sweden 12 United Kingdom 24 ' 2. Economic and Social Committee at the time extended to 353 members in the light of the accession of Croatia, for the period from the date of accession until its mandate expires, during which Croatia joins the EU, or to ARTICLE 301. referred to in the second paragraph of article the date of entry into force of the decision of the term, whichever is earlier. 3. If at the date of accession, has already been adopted in ARTICLE 301 article referred to in the second paragraph of the decision, by way of derogation from ARTICLE 301 in the first subparagraph of article, the economic and Social Committee members ' maximum number of Croatia for a period of time, give an appropriate number of members term of Office until the end of that time it joins the Union. 24. Article 1 ARTICLE 305. by way of derogation from the first paragraph of article, with which certain members of the Committee of the regions the maximum number of ARTICLES, and the EAEC Treaty TEU annexed to the Protocol on the transitional provisions article 8 shall be replaced by the following: ' article 8 pending the entry into force of the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union referred to in paragraph 305 of the decision, the allocation of members of the Committee of the regions is as follows: 12 Belgium Bulgaria Czech Republic Denmark 12 12 9 Germany 24 Greece 12 Spain Estonia Ireland 7 9 21 France 24 Croatia 9 Italy 24 Cyprus Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg 6 7 9 6 12 Hungary Malta Netherlands Austria Poland 5 12 12 21 12 15 7 Slovenia Slovakia Portugal Romania Finland Sweden 9 9 12 United Kingdom 24 "2. The Committee of the regions at the time extended to 353 members in the light of the accession of Croatia, for the period from the date of accession until its mandate expires, during which Croatia joins the EU or to ARTICLE 305. referred to in the second paragraph of article the date of entry into force of the decision of the term, whichever is earlier. 3. If at the date of accession, has already been adopted in ARTICLE 305 article decision referred to in the second paragraph of ARTICLE 305, by way of derogation from the first paragraph of article, with which certain members of the Committee of the regions the maximum number of Croatia for a period of time give an appropriate number of members term of Office until the end of the period during which it joined the Union. Article 25 's and Croatia after accession in accordance with article 9(2), second subparagraph of the Protocol on the Statute of the European investment bank in the position of the European investment bank appointed by the Board of Directors of the Director's term of office ends its annual meeting of the Board at the end of that time, examine the annual report on the fiscal year 2017.. 26. Article 1. treaties or acts of the institutions created committees, groups, agencies or other bodies the new members shall be appointed under the conditions and in accordance with the procedures laid down in the relevant committees, groups, agencies or other bodies for the appointment of members. Following the appointment of the new term of Office of members shall expire at the same time as those of the members in Office at the relevant committees, groups or other bodies at the time of accession. 2. The treaties or institutions with established Committee, group, agency or other body composition, number of members which is constant regardless of the number of Member States fully restores the accession unless the current term of Office of the members does not end within 12 months after accession. Title II financial provisions article 27 1. From the date of accession, Croatia paid the amount specified below corresponding to its share of the paid-up subscribed capital as defined in the Statute of the European investment bank article: Croatia 4, EUR 42 720 000.
This contribution shall be made in eight equal instalments, which are 13 November 30, 2014, 2015 November 30 November 30, 2016 May 31, 2016 November 30, 2017 on May 31st, 2017 November 30 and 31 May 2018. 2. the contribution of Croatia – in eight equal instalments, where the time limit provided for in paragraph 1 of this article, to the reserves and provisions equivalent to reserves, as well as the media, to be credited to the reserves and provisions, and what is the profit and loss account balance at the end of the month preceding accession, as it posted the European investment bank's balance sheet; the amount of the contribution in the following percentage of the amount of the reserve and savings: 0.368 Croatia 3. The capital and payments provided for in paragraphs 1 and 2, Croatia contributions in cash in euro, unless the Board of Governors of the European investment bank is not exceptionally unanimously decided otherwise. 4. For Croatia, the applicable amount referred to in paragraph 1 of this article, as well as article 10, paragraph 1 can be adjusted with the European investment bank's governance structure decision, based on Eurostat before joining published the latest definitive figures on GDP. 1. Article 28 further contributions Croatia specified amount of the Research Fund for coal and steel referred to the representatives of the Governments of the Member States meeting within the Council, in decision 2002/234/ECSC of 27 February 2002 on the financial consequences of the expiry of the ECSC Treaty and on the coal and steel research fondu6: (in EUR, at current prices) 494 000. Croatia 2. Contributions to the Research Fund for coal and steel made in four instalments starting in 2015 and be performed under the following schedule in all cases, the first month of each year on the first working day of :-2015.: 15%,-20% in 2016-2017:.,.: 30%-35%, 2018.:. 29. Article 1 from the date of accession of Croatia in implementing agencies manage purchases, awarded grants and the pre-accession financial assistance payments under the instrument for pre-accession assistance (IPA), set up by Council Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 of 17 July 2006 7, the transition assistance and institution building component and cross-border cooperation component in relation to the funds granted before accession, with the exception of Croatia-Hungary and Croatia-Slovenia cross-border programmes and assistance in accordance with article 30 of the transition facility referred to in the program. Assuming the relevant decision of the Commission, the Commission shall waive ex-ante control as regards procurement and grants allocated, if it is satisfied that the relevant management and control systems function effectively and according to the criteria and conditions laid down in paragraph 2 of article 56 of Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 of 25 June 2002 on the financial regulation applicable to the general budget of the European communities 8 and in article 18 of Commission Regulation (EC) No 718/2007 of 12 June 2007 implementing Council Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 establishing an instrument for pre-accession assistance (IPA) 9. If the Commission decision to waive ex-ante control is taken before the date of accession, any contracts signed between the date of accession until the date of adoption of the decision of the Commission is not eligible under referred to in the first subparagraph the pre-accession financial assistance and transition facility programme. 2. the budgetary commitments in respect of referred to in paragraph 1, the pre-accession financial assistance and transitional resources prior to accession, including the conclusion of contracts for future individual legal commitments and obligations, as well as the registration of payments made after accession shall continue to be regulated in terms of the pre-accession financial instruments, and to the program and the completion of the project the following obligations borne by the respective budget sections. 3. After the date of accession in relation to the financing decisions adopted before accession, shall continue to apply the rules on the implementation of the budget concerning the financing agreements for the pre-accession financial assistance referred to in the first subparagraph of paragraph 1 and, in the case of the IP component of rural development. It is governed by the rules applicable to the pre-accession financial instruments. Without prejudice to the foregoing, public procurement procedures initiated after accession, be implemented in accordance with the relevant EU directives. 4. The first two years after accession of the pre-accession funds may enter into a commitment with regard to administrative expenditure, as referred to in article 44. With regard to the audit and evaluation costs from pre-accession funds may take the first five years after accession. 1. Article 30 in the first year after accession, the Union shall provide temporary financial assistance to Croatia (hereinafter referred to as "transition facility programme"), to improve and strengthen national institutions and administrative capacity of the judiciary law of the Union and the implementation of the application and to facilitate the exchange of good practice among the professionals. This assistance is financed from the institution-building projects and make certain related small investments. 2. the assistance is focused on the activities cannot be financed from the structural funds or the rural development funds, to strengthen the organizational capabilities required in some areas. 3. as regards the national regulatory authorities, bilateral cooperation projects to strengthen institutions, continue to apply a procedure under which a proposal will be submitted to the Member States via the network of contacts. 4. the transition programme in Croatia means the total amount of commitment appropriations, expressed in current prices, EUR 29 million in 2013, and they are intended to deal with national and horizontal priorities. 5. Granting of assistance from the funds provided for the transitional programme and implemented in accordance with Council Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 or, according to other technical provisions necessary for the application of the transitional features that shall be adopted by the Commission. 6. particular attention shall be paid to such assistance and the planned European Social Fund support for administrative reform and capacity-building institutions, complemented each other. 31. Article 1 is hereby set up a Schengen facility (hereinafter referred to as "the provisional program of the Schengen facility"), which is a temporary instrument to Croatia during the period from the date of accession until the end of 2014 to help to finance actions at the new external borders of the Union, the implementation of the Schengen acquis and external border controls. 2. During the period from July 1, 2013 to 2014 31 December in accordance with the provisional programme of the Schengen means Croatia as a lump-sum grant payments shall be made available in the following amounts (current prices): (in million EUR, at current prices) in 2013. 2014. Croatia 40 80 3 2013. the entire amount charged for Croatia July 1, 2013, and 2014 for the amount made available to the first working day after 1 January 2014. 4. The lump-sum grant payments shall be used within three years from the first payment. No later than six months following the expiry of the three-year Croatia submitted a comprehensive review of the financial utilization of grant payments in accordance with the provisional programme of the Schengen facility, review a statement justifying the expenditure. The Commission shall recover any unused or unjustifiably spent funds. 5. the Commission may adopt any technical provisions necessary for provisional application of the Schengen facility. 32. Article 1 is hereby set up a cash flow mechanism (hereinafter referred to as "temporary cash-flow facility '), which is a temporary instrument to Croatia during the period from the date of accession until the end of 2014 to help improve cash-flow in national budgets. 2. During the period from July 1, 2013 to 2014 31 December under the temporary cash-flow mechanism for Croatia as a lump-sum grant payments shall be made available in the following amounts (current prices): (in million EUR, at current prices) in 2013. 2014. Croatia 75 28.6 3. each year the total sum is divided into equal monthly instalments paid every month on the first working day. 33. Article 1 of the structural funds and the Cohesion Fund in 2013 for Croatia in reserve 449.4 EUR million (current prices) in commitment appropriations. 2. One third of the amount referred to in paragraph 1 to a reserve for the Cohesion Fund. 3. the period of the next financial perspective, the amount of commitment appropriations for Croatia be made available from the structural funds and the Cohesion Fund, calculated in accordance with the then applicable acquis of the Union. Said amount shall be adjusted in accordance with the following timetable: phasing-in-70% 2014; -90% in 2015; -100% by 2016. 4. in so far as it allows the new acquis of the Union in certain limit values, adjust to ensure the increase of funding for Croatia that 2014 is 2.33 times the amount of 2013 and 2015, 3 times the amount of 2013. 34. Article 1. total volume available for Croatia will do from the European Fisheries Fund in 2013, is EUR 8.7 million (current prices) in commitment appropriations. 2. Pre-financing from the European Fisheries Fund is 25% of the referred to in paragraph 1, and the total amount paid in one single payment. 3. the period of the next financial perspective, the amount of which shall be made available for Croatia in commitment appropriations, calculated in accordance with the then applicable acquis of the Union. Said amount shall be adjusted in accordance with the following timetable: phasing-in-70% 2014; -90% in 2015; -100% by 2016. 4. in so far as it allows the new acquis of the Union in certain limit values, adjust to ensure the increase of funding for Croatia that 2014 is 2.33 times the amount of 2013 and 2015, 3 times the amount of 2013. 35. Article 1 of Council Regulation (EC) No 1698/2005 of 20 September 2005 on support for rural development by the European agricultural fund for rural development (EAFRD) 10 Croatia does not apply throughout the programming period 2007 to 2013. in 2013 for Croatia be granted EUR 27.7 million (current prices) from the rural development component referred to in Council Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 in article 12. 2. To set the time the additional rural development measures for Croatia are set out in annex VI. 3. the Commission, through the implementation of the law may adopt provisions necessary for the application of annex VI. The implementing provisions shall be adopted in accordance with the procedure provided for in Council Regulation (EC) No 1698/2005 Article 90 paragraph 2 in connection with article 13, paragraph 1 (b)) of the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation (EU) No 182/2011 (2011-16 February) laying down the rules and general principles concerning mechanisms for the control of the Member States relating to the implementation of the mandate of the Commission of 11, or use in accordance with the relevant procedure laid down in the legislation in force. 4. The Council, on a proposal from the Commission and after consulting the European Parliament, where appropriate, make adjustments to the annex VI, to ensure coherence with the regulations concerning rural development. Section IV miscellaneous provisions article 36 the Commission monitors closely all the commitments entered into by Croatia during the negotiations, including commitments that must be met before the date of accession or on the date of accession. The Commission's monitoring activities include regularly updated monitoring tables dialog under the stabilisation and association agreement between the European communities and their Member States, of the one part, and the Republic of Croatia, of the other part (hereinafter referred to as "SAN") 12, mutual comparative assessment missions, intended for pre-accession economic program, fiscal notes and, if necessary, early warning letters to the authorities in Croatia. The Commission in the autumn of 2011, submit to the European Parliament and the Council a progress report. in the autumn of 2012, it shall submit to the European Parliament and the Council a comprehensive monitoring report. The Commission throughout the monitoring process uses the information provided by the Member States, as well as, where appropriate, take into account the international and civil society organisations provide information. Through monitoring, the Commission focuses specifically on the obligations undertaken by Croatia and the judicial authorities in the field of fundamental rights (annex VII), including continuing to collect results in connection with the reform of the judiciary and the effectiveness of the war crimes case to the unbiased and combating corruption. Through monitoring, the Commission is also drawn to the area of freedom, security and justice, including the implementation of the EU and meet the requirements for the management of external borders, police cooperation, the fight against organised crime, judicial cooperation in civil and criminal matters, as well as commitments in the field of competition policy, including the shipbuilding industry restructuring (annex VIII) and the steel industry restructuring (annex IX). As part of its regular monitoring tables and reports to the Commission, the date of accession of Croatia provides a six-month evaluation of the commitments entered into by Croatia in these areas. 2. If the monitoring process established problematic issues, the Council, acting by a qualified majority on a proposal from the Commission, may adopt appropriate measures. Measures in force no longer than is strictly necessary, and the Council, acting in accordance with the same procedure, it will definitely be repealed the relevant problematic issues are really outstanding. 37. Article 1. If by the end of the period, not exceeding three years after accession, the serious difficulties that might affect the continued a sector of the economy or which could significantly worsen the economic situation in a region, Croatia may apply for authorisation to take protective measures in order to improve the situation and adjust the sector concerned to the economy of the internal market. In the same circumstances, any present Member State may apply for authorisation to take protective measures with regard to Croatia. 2. at the request of the Member State concerned, the Commission shall, in accordance with the urgency procedure provides for protective measures which it considers necessary, specifying the conditions applicable to them. If you are experiencing serious economic difficulties and if the Member State concerned expressly so requests, the Commission shall adopt a decision within a maximum period of five working days of the request and appropriate background information. The following measures apply immediately, they shall take into account the interests of all parties involved, and do not provide for border control. 3. the activities that are permitted in accordance with this article, is only allowed derogations from LES, the provisions of the Act and of this ARTICLE, and only for such period of time strictly necessary to achieve the objectives of the measures. Priority shall be given to measures which least disturb the functioning of the internal market. Article 38 If Croatia does not comply with the undertakings entered into accession negotiations, including any obligations regarding policies affecting economic activities with cross-border effects, and thus cause serious disturbance to the functioning of the internal market or a threat to the financial interests of the Union or causing it serious risks, the Commission may, on a reasoned request by a Member State or on its own initiative, to the end of the period, not exceeding three years following accession , to take the appropriate measures. Those measures are proportional and priority shall be given to measures which least disturb the functioning of the internal market and, where appropriate, the application of the measures of protection which already exist in the sectors concerned. The protection provided for in this article measures shall not be invoked as a means of arbitrary discrimination or a disguised restriction on trade between Member States. The safeguard clause may be invoked even before accession on the basis of the monitoring findings and the measures adopted shall enter into force on the day of accession unless they provide for a later day. The measures shall be maintained no longer than strictly necessary and, in any case, cease as soon as the relevant commitments have been met. They may however be applied beyond the first paragraph of this article, the period until the corresponding obligations. Depending on Croatia's progress in meeting their obligations the Commission may adapt the measures as appropriate. The Commission shall inform the Council in good time before revoking safeguard measures, and it shall take into account any observations of the Council in this respect. 39. Article If there are significant gaps or shortcomings of such a serious possibility as to how Croatia is transposed or implemented, which the authorities have adopted pursuant to title V of part three of the ARTICLE, as well as legislation by the authorities before the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty is adopted in accordance with Title VI or the Treaty establishing the European Community title IV of part three, the Commission may, on a reasoned request by a Member State or on its own initiative and after consulting the Member States, until the end of the period, not exceeding three years after accession, to adopt the appropriate measures, specifying the conditions applicable to them. These measures may be relevant to the application of the rules and decisions of a temporary suspension of relations between Croatia and any other Member State or to another Member State, without prejudice to further close judicial cooperation. The safeguard clause may be invoked even before accession on the basis of the monitoring findings and the measures adopted shall enter into force on the day of accession unless they provide for a later day. The measures shall be maintained for as long as you need, and it will definitely be lifted when the shortcomings are remedied. They may however be applied beyond the first paragraph of this article, the period of time until remedied vulnerabilities. Depending on Croatia's success in preventing the deficiencies found by the Commission, after consulting the Member States, may adapt the measures as appropriate. The Commission shall inform the Council in good time before revoking safeguard measures, and it shall take into account any observations of the Council in this respect. Article 40 in order not to hamper the proper functioning of the internal market, the implementation of the provisions referred to in annex V, transitional periods do not include border controls between Member States. Article 41 If, therefore, in order to facilitate the transition from existing systems to the Croatian system, which provides for the application of the common agricultural policy under the conditions set out in this Act, the necessary transitional measures, then such shall be adopted by the Commission in accordance with the procedure referred to in article 195 of Council Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 of 22 October 2007 establishing a common organisation of agricultural markets and on specific provisions for certain agricultural products (single CMO Regulation) 13 in connection with the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) No 182/2011 article 14 13 paragraph 1 (b)), or in accordance with the relevant procedures laid down by the legislation in force. It can take three years from the date of accession and shall apply only to that period. The Council, on a proposal from the Commission and after consulting the European Parliament may, acting unanimously, to extend this period. In the first subparagraph, these transitional measures may be adopted, if necessary, also before the date of accession. Such measures shall be adopted by the Council acting by a qualified majority on a proposal from the Commission, or, if they affect any instruments adopted previously by the Commission, the Commission shall adopt them in accordance with the procedures required for the adoption of the relevant instruments. Article 42 If, therefore, in order to facilitate the transition from existing systems in Croatia to adopt the Union's veterinary, phytosanitary and food safety rules are needed for transitional measures, then such shall be adopted by the Commission in accordance with the procedure laid down in the legislation in force. These measures may take a period of three years from the date of accession and shall apply only to that period. Article 43 the Council, acting by qualified majority on a proposal from the Commission, lay down the rules on the way: a) may waive the requirement to submit an export summary declaration in respect of ARTICLE 28, paragraph 2 of article products exported from the territory of Croatia, passing through the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina Not universe ("non universe corridor"); (b)) may waive the requirement to submit the import summary declaration in respect of the products covered by point (a)) when they are brought back into Croatian territory after the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina crossing Not universe. Article 44 the Commission may take all appropriate measures to ensure that the maximum period of 18 months after accession, Croatia has the necessary State employees. During this period, the officials, temporary staff and contract staff, who prior to joining the appointed posts in Croatia and which must remain at work in Croatia after the date of accession, shall be subject to the same financial and material conditions as were applicable before accession in accordance with the staff regulations of officials of the European communities and the conditions of employment of other servants of the European communities, as laid down in Regulation (EEC, Euratom, ECSC) No 259/68 15. Administrative expenditure, including expenditure for the rest of the necessary employee salaries shall be borne by the general budget of the European Union. A fifth of the rules for the implementation of THIS ACT title I adaptations to the rules of procedure of the institutions and the rules of procedure of the COMMITTEE of adjustment of the rules and article 45 institutions in accordance with the procedures laid down in the treaties, shall make such adaptations to its rules, as are rendered necessary by accession. Rules of the committees established by the original treaties and the rules of procedure of the Committee of adjustments required by the accession, shall be made as soon as possible after accession. The TITLE II applicability of the acts of accession, article 46 Croatia in accordance with treaties considered distribution of directives and decisions WITHIN the meaning of article 288. Considers that such a directive for Croatia and such decisions are communicated by joining, this provision shall not apply to directives and decisions which enter into force pursuant to ARTICLE 297 article 1 third paragraph and article 297 (2), second subparagraph. 47. Article 1. Croatia shall take the necessary measures to comply with the date of accession the rules contained in the directives and decisions WITHIN the meaning of article 288, unless this Act provides otherwise. Croatia these measures shall be notified to the Commission by the date of accession or, if later, within the time limit set in this Act. 2. to the extent provided for in this Act, amendments to the directives WITHIN the meaning of article 288, any amendment of the current laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States, the present Member States shall implement the necessary measures from the date of accession of Croatia meet the requirements of the amended directives, unless this Act provides otherwise. These measures shall be notified to the Commission by the date of accession or, if later, within the time limit set in this Act. 48. Article according to article 33 of the EAEC Treaty within three months from the Croatia accession shall communicate to the Commission the texts of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions, the purpose of which is to ensure workers Croatia and public health protection against ionizing radiation hazards. 49. Article After Croatia duly substantiated request, submitted to the Commission not later than the date of accession, the Council, acting on a proposal from the Commission, or the Commission, if the original Act has been adopted by the Commission, may take measures which temporarily derogating from the acts of the institutions adopted between 1 July 2011 by accession. Measures shall be adopted in accordance with the voting rules governing the adoption of the Act from which a temporary derogation is sought. If such derogations adopted after accession they can apply from the date of accession. Article 50 if the institutions adopted prior to accession require adaptation of the legislation by virtue of accession and the adjustments required, if not 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 the original Act has been adopted by the Commission, shall adopt the necessary legislation for this purpose. If such acts are adopted after accession they can apply from the date of accession. 51. Article unless this Act provides otherwise, the Council, acting by a qualified majority on a proposal from the Commission, shall adopt the necessary measures to implement the provisions of this Act. 52. Article prior to the acts of the institutions adopted by these authorities are prepared in the Croatian language, from the date of accession, be authentic under the same conditions as the texts of the current official languages. It will be published in the official journal of the European Union, if they are also published in the present official languages. Title III final provisions article 53 this Act the attached annex I to annex IX, Appendix and Protocol is part of this Act. Article 54 the Government of the Republic of Italy shall be issued by the Government of the Republic of Croatia of the Treaty on European Union, to the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union and the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community, as well as a certified copy of the certified copy of the Treaty, amending or supplementing those treaties, including the Treaty on the Kingdom of Denmark, Ireland and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Treaty on the accession of the Hellenic Republic, the Treaty concerning the accession of the accession of the Kingdom of Spain and the Portuguese Republic The contract for the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Finland and the Kingdom of Sweden to the agreement 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's accession and the Treaty on the accession of the Republic of Bulgaria and Romania to the copy; are issued in English, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, French, Greek, Dutch, Hungarian, Italian, Irish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish and Swedish languages, copies of the text. The first paragraph of this article of the Treaty text in Croatian language added to this Act. These texts shall be authentic under the same conditions as the texts of the treaties referred to in the present official languages. Article 55 the Secretary-General issued by the Government of the Republic of Croatia to the international agreements of the certified copies, which are deposited in the archives of the General Secretariat of the Council. Annex I To the Convention and the protocol list, which the Republic of Croatia accede upon accession (referred to in article 3 of the Act of accession (4)), 1.23 July 1990, the Convention on the Elimination of double taxation in connection with the adjustment of profits of associated enterprises (OJ L 225, 20.8.1990, p. 10)-21 December 1995 on the Convention on the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Finland and the Kingdom of Sweden's accession 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) -25 May 1999 Protocol amending 23 July 1990, the Convention on the Elimination of double taxation in connection with the adjustment of profits of associated enterprises (OJ C 202, 16.7.1999, p. 1)-8 December 2004 a Convention on 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's accession 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. on 26 July 1995, the Convention drawn up on the basis of the Treaty on European Union, K3. the article on the protection of the European Communities ' financial interests (OJ C 316, 27.11.1995, p. 49) – 27 September 1996 Protocol, drawn up on the basis of the K3. Article of the Treaty on European Union, and the Convention on the protection of the European Communities ' financial interests (OJ C 313, 23.10.1996, p. 2) – 29 November 1996 Protocol relating to the Convention on the protection of the European Communities ' financial interests to the interpretation by the Court of Justice of the European communities for a preliminary ruling, drawn up on the basis of the Treaty on European Union, K3. (OJ C 151, 20.5.1997, p. 2)-June 19, 1997, the second Protocol to the Convention on the protection of the European Communities ' financial interests drawn up on the basis of the Treaty on European Union, K3. (OJ C 221, 19.7.1997, p. 12) 3. on 26 May 1997, the Convention drawn up on the basis of the Treaty on European Union, K3. Article 2, point (c)), on the fight against corruption, in which the officials of the European communities or officials of Member States of the European Union (OJ C 195, 25.6.1997, p. 2) 4. on 18 December 1997, the Convention drawn up on the basis of the Treaty on European Union, K3. the article on mutual assistance between customs administrations and cooperation (OJ C 24, 23.1.1998, p. 2) 5. on 17 June 1998, the Convention on driving disqualification drawn up on the basis of the K3. Article of the Treaty on European Union (OJ C 216, 10.7.1998, p. 2) 6. on 29 May 2000 to the Convention on a European mutual assistance between Member States in criminal matters, adopted by the Council in accordance with article 34 of the Treaty on European Union (OJ C 197, 12.7.2000, p. 3)-16 October 2001 a protocol annexed to the Convention of the Member States of the European Union on mutual assistance in criminal matters, developed by the Council in accordance with the Treaty on European Union, article 34 (OJ C 326, 21.11.2001, p. 2)
Annex II provisions of the Schengen acquis as integrated into the framework of the European Union and the acts building upon this acquis or otherwise related to it, which are binding on and applicable in the accession of the Republic of Croatia (as mentioned in article 4 of the Act of accession (1)) 1. Agreement between the Governments of the States of the Benelux Economic Union, the Federal Republic of Germany and the French Republic on the gradual abolition of checks at the common borders 14 June 1985 16 2. the following provisions of 19 June 1990 Schengen Convention signed in implementing the Schengen on 14 June 1985, the Agreement on the gradual abolition of checks at their common borders, its related Final Act and joint declarations 17, taking into account the amendments made by some point 8 of this Annex: listed in article 1 of the Convention, as it relates to the provisions of this paragraph; Article 26; Article 39; 44. Article 49 (except for point 4 of article 47 and article 49 (a))), article 51, article 54 to 58; paragraph 3 of article 62; 67. to article 69; 71. and article 72; 75. and article 76; 82. Article; 91. Article; 126. Article 130, in so far as they concern the provisions of this paragraph; and article 136; 1. Of the final act and the Joint Declaration 3. 3. the following provisions of the agreements on accession to the 1990 19 June the Schengen Convention signed in implementing the Schengen on 14 June 1985, the Agreement on the gradual abolition of checks at their common borders, their final acts and the related declarations, taking into account the amendments made by some point 8 of this Annex: (a) listed in the 1996) 19 December agreement signed on the accession of the Kingdom of Denmark:-article 5, paragraph 2, and article 6; b) 1996 agreement signed on December 19 on the accession of the Republic of Finland:-article 5; -Declaration by the Government of the Republic of Finland on the åland Islands in part III of the final act; c) 1996 December 19, signed the agreement on the accession of the Kingdom of Sweden:-article 5. 4. The following agreements and agreements adopted under the Schengen acquis or otherwise related to it: – 18 May 1999 agreement between the Council of the European Union and the Republic of Iceland and the Kingdom of Norway concerning the latters ' association with the implementation, application and development of the Schengen acquis, including the annexes, its final act, declarations and the exchanges of letters annexed thereto; approved by Council decision 1999/439/EC (OJ L 176, 10.7.1999, p. 35); -30 June 1999 of the agreement concluded by the Council of the European Union and the Republic of Iceland and the Kingdom of Norway on the establishment of rights and obligations between Ireland and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, of the one part, 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 (OJ L 15, 20.1.2000, p. 1); -the agreement between the European Union, the European Community and the Swiss Confederation on the Swiss Confederation's association with 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 (OJ L 53, 27.2.2008, p. 50); -Protocol between the European Union, the European Community, the Swiss Confederation and the Principality of Liechtenstein on the accession of the Principality of Liechtenstein to the agreement between the European Union, the European Community and the Swiss Confederation on the Swiss Confederation's association with the implementation, application and development of the Schengen acquis; signed on 28 February 2008 and approved by Council decision 2011/349/EU and the decision of the Council in 2011/350/EU (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 participation of those countries in the aspects of the European Agency for the management of operational cooperation at the external borders of the Member States of the European Union, including the Joint Declaration annexed to it; signed February 1, 2007, and approved by Council decision 2007/511/EC (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, of the other part, on the aspects of the participation of those countries in the European Agency for the management of operational cooperation at the external borders of the Member States of the European Union, including its annex and the following common declarations; signed 2009 September 30 and approved by Council decision 2010/490/EU (OJ L 243, 16.9.2010., p. 2); -Agreement between the European Community and the Republic of Iceland, the Kingdom of Norway, the Swiss Confederation and the Principality of Liechtenstein on supplementary rules in relation to the external borders Fund for the period 2007-2013, including the declarations annexed thereto; signed on March 19, 2010 and approved by Council decision 2011/305/EU (OJ L 137, 25.5.2011, p. 1) 18.5. following decisions (see. OJ L 239, 22.9.2000, p. 1), as adopted by the Executive Committee established by the 1990 Schengen on 19 June, signed the Convention implementing the Schengen on 14 June 1985, the Agreement on the gradual abolition of checks at their common borders, taking into account the amendments made by some point 8 of this Annex provisions listed in:-decision of the Executive Committee of 14 December 1993 concerning the declarations by the Ministers and State Secretaries (SCH/Com-ex (93) 10); -decision of the Executive Committee of 14 December 1993 on improving practical judicial cooperation for combating drug trafficking (SCH/Com-ex (93) 14); -decision of the Executive Committee of 21 November 1994 on the acquisition of common entry and exit stamps (SCH/Com-ex (94) 16 rev.); -decision of the Executive Committee of 22 December 1994 on the certificate provided for in article 75 for the illicit manufacture of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances (SCH/Com-ex (94) 28 rev.); -decision of the Executive Committee of 22 December 1994, to ensure that it enters into force on June 19, 1990, the Convention implementing the Schengen Agreement (SCH/Com-ex (94) 29, Rev. 2); -decision of the Executive Committee of 20 December 1995 on the swift exchange between the Schengen States of statistical and specific data on possible malfunctions at the external borders (SCH/Com-ex (95) 21); -decision of the Executive Committee of 21 April 1998 on the activities of the task force (SCH/Com-ex (98) 1 rev. 2), in so far as that decision relates to paragraph 2 of this annex contains provisions; -decision of the Executive Committee of 16 September 1998 setting up a Standing Committee on the evaluation and implementation of Schengen (SCH/Com-ex (98) 26 def.); -decision of the Executive Committee of 27 October 1998 on the adoption of measures to fight illegal immigration (SCH/Com-ex (98) 37 def. 2), in so far as that decision relates to paragraph 2 of this annex contains provisions; -decision of the Executive Committee of 16 December 1998 on the Handbook on cross-border police cooperation (SCH/Com-ex (98) 52) in so far as that decision relates to paragraph 2 of this annex contains provisions; -decision of the Executive Committee of 16 December 1998 on coordinated deployment of document advisers (SCH/Com-ex (98) 59 rev.); -decision of the Executive Committee of 28 April 1999 on the situation in the field of drugs (SCH/Com-ex (99) 1 rev 2); -decision of the Executive Committee of 28 April 1999 on the Schengen acquis relating to telecommunications (SCH/Com-ex (99) 6); -decision of the Executive Committee of 28 April 1999 on liaison officers (SCH/Com-ex (99) 7 Rev. 2); -decision of the Executive Committee of 28 April 1999 on general principles governing the informers (SCH/Com-ex (99) 8 Rev. 2); -decision of the Executive Committee of 28 April 1999 on the illegal trade in firearms (SCH/Com-ex (99) 10). 6. The following declaration (see. OJ L 239, 22.9.2000, p. 1), as adopted by the Executive Committee established by the 1990 Schengen on 19 June, signed the Convention implementing the Schengen on 14 June 1985, the Agreement on the gradual abolition of checks at their common borders, as far as this Declaration refers to paragraph 2 of this annex contains provisions:-Declaration of the Executive Committee of 26 June 1996 on extradition (SCH/Com-ex (96) decl 6 rev 2); -Declaration of the Executive Committee (9 February 1998) on the abduction of minors (SCH/Com-ex (97) decl 13 rev 2). 7. the following decisions (see. OJ L 239, 22.9.2000, p. 1), which adopted the Central Group established by 19 June 1990 at Schengen signed the Convention implementing the Schengen on 14 June 1985, the Agreement on the gradual abolition of checks at their common borders, in so far as they relate to paragraph 2 of this annex contains provisions:-decision of the Central Group of 27 October 1998 on the adoption of measures to fight illegal immigration (SCH/C (98) 117); -decision of the Central Group of 22 March 1999 on general principles governing the payment of informers (SCH/C (99) 25). 8. The following acts adopted under the Schengen acquis or otherwise related to it:-Council Regulation (EC) No 1683/95 of 29 May 1995 laying down a uniform format for visas (OJ L 164, 14.7.1995, p. 1); -Council decision 1999/307/EC (1 May 1999) laying down detailed arrangements for the integration of the Schengen Secretariat into the General Secretariat of the Council (OJ L 119, 7.5.1999, p. 49); -Council decision 1999/435/EC of 20 May 1999 concerning the definition of the Schengen acquis, pursuant to the Treaty establishing the European Community and the Treaty on European Union rules determine the legal basis for each of the provisions or decisions which constitute the Schengen acquis (OJ L 176, 10.7.1999, p. 1); -Council decision 1999/436/EC of 20 May 1999, pursuant to the Treaty establishing the European Community and the Treaty on European Union rules determine the legal basis for each of the provisions or decisions which constitute the Schengen acquis (OJ L 176, 10.7.1999, p. 17); -Council decision 1999/437/EC of 17 May 1999 on certain arrangements for the application of the Council of the European Union and the Republic of Iceland and the Kingdom of Norway, of the agreement concerning the Association of those two States with the implementation, application and development of the Schengen acquis (OJ L 176, 10.7.1999, p. 31); -Council decision 1999/848/EC of 13 December 1999 on the full application of the Schengen acquis in Greece (OJ L 327, 21.12.1999, p. 58); -Council decision 2000/365/EC of 29 May 2000 concerning the request of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to take part in some of the provisions of the Schengen acquis (OJ L 131, 1.6.2000, p. 43); -Council decision 2000/586/JHA of 28 September 2000 establishing a procedure for amending article 40 (4) and (5), article 41 and article 65 (2) of the Convention implementing the 1985 Schengen agreement of June 14 on the gradual abolition of checks at their common borders (OJ L 248, 3.10.2000, p. 1); -Council decision 2000/777/EC of 1 December 2000 on the application of the Schengen acquis in Denmark, Finland and Sweden, and in Iceland and Norway (OJ L 309, 9.12.2000, p. 24); -Council Regulation (EC) No 539/2001 of 15 March 2001 listing the third countries whose nationals, when crossing the external borders of the Member States, must be visas, as well as a list of third countries whose nationals are exempt from that requirement (OJ L 81, 21.3.2001, p. 1); -Council Directive 2001/51/EC of 28 June 2001, supplementing the article 26 of the Convention implementing the 1985 Schengen agreement of 14 June (OJ L 187, 10.7.2001, p. 45); -Council Regulation (EC) No 333/2002 of 18 February 2002 on a uniform format for forms for affixing the visa issued by Member States to persons holding travel documents not recognised by the Member State drawing up the form (OJ L 53, 23.2.2002, p. 4); -Council decision 2002/192/EC of 28 February 2002 concerning Ireland's request to take part in some of the provisions of the Schengen acquis (OJ L 64, 7.3.2002, p. 20); -Council Regulation (EC) No 1030/2002 of 13 June 2002 laying down a uniform format for residence permits for third-country nationals (OJ L 157, 15.6.2002, p. 1); -Council framework decision 2002/946/JHA of 28 November 2002 on the strengthening of the penal framework to prevent the facilitation of unauthorised entry, transit and residence (OJ L 328, 5.12.2002, p. 1); -Council Directive 2002/90/EC of 28 November 2002 defining the facilitation of unauthorised entry, transit and residence (OJ L 328, 5.12.2002, p. 17); -Council decision 2003/170/JHA of 27 February 2003 on the common use of liaison officers of the Member States, posted abroad by the law enforcement agencies (OJ L 67, 12.3.2003, p. 27); -Council decision 2003/725/JHA of 2 October 2003 amending article 40 1 and 7 points in the Convention implementing the 1985 Schengen agreement of June 14 on the gradual abolition of checks at their common borders (OJ L 260, 11.10.2003, p. 37); -Council Directive 2003/110/EC of 25 November 2003 on assistance in cases of transit for the purposes of removal by air (OJ L 321, 6.12.2003, p. 26); -Council Regulation (EC) No 377/2004 of 19 February 2004 on the creation of an immigration liaison officers network (OJ L 64, 2.3.2004, p. 1); -Council Directive 2004/82/EC of 29 April 2004 on the obligation of carriers to communicate passenger data (OJ L 261, 6.8.2004, p. 24); -Council decision 2004/573/EC of 29 April 2004 on the organisation of joint flights for removals from the territory of two or more Member States, of third-country nationals who are subjects of individual removal orders (OJ L 261, 6.8.2004, p. 28); -Council decision 2004/512/EC of 8 June 2004 establishing the visa information system (VIS) (OJ L 213, 15.6.2004, p. 5 and OJ L 142M, 30.5.2006, p. 60); -Council Regulation (EC) 2007/2004 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); -Council Regulation (EC) No 2252/2004 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); -Council decision 2004/926/EC of 22 December 2004 on how the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to apply part of the Schengen acquis (OJ L 395, 31.12.2004, p. 70); -Council decision 2005/267/EC of 16 March 2005 establishing a secure Web-based information and coordination network for Member States ' migration management services (OJ L 83, 1.4.2005, p. 48 and OJ L 159 M, 13.6.2006, p. 288); -European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 562/2006 of 15 March 2006 establishing a Community code on the rules governing the movement of persons across borders (Schengen borders code) (OJ L 105, 13.4.2006, p. 1.), except for article 1, first sentence, article 5, paragraph 4 (a)), (II) section and the provisions of title II and of annexes to the regulation relating to the Schengen information system (SIS); -Council framework decision 2006/960/JHA of 18 December 2006 on the European Union Member States, simplifying the exchange of information and intelligence between law enforcement authorities (OJ L 386, 29.12.2006, p. 89); -European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1931/2006 of 20 December 2006 laying down rules on local border traffic at the external 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 (b)) and article 9 (c)); -Council decision 2007/471/EC of 12 June 2007 on the Schengen acquis relating to the Schengen information system application in the Czech Republic, the Republic of Estonia, 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 (OJ L 179, 7.7.2007, p. 46); -European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 863/2007 of 11 July 2007 establishing a mechanism for the creation of rapid border intervention teams and amending Council Regulation (EC) No 2007/2004 as regards that mechanism, as well as regulate the guest executive duties and powers (OJ L 199, 31.7.2007, p. 30), with the exception of article 6, paragraph 8 and 9 of the regulations, in so far as they apply to the that gives you access to the Schengen information system; -Council decision 2007/801/EC of 6 December 2007 on the full application of the provisions of the Schengen acquis in the Czech Republic, the Republic of Estonia, 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 (OJ L 323, 8.12.2007, p. 34); -Council decision 2008/421/EC of 5 June 2008 on the application of the provisions of the Schengen acquis in the Swiss Confederation relating to the Schengen information system (OJ L 149, 7.6.2008, p. 74); -Article 6 of Council decision 2008/633/JHA of 23 June 2008 on the designated authorities of Member States and by Europol for access for consultation of the visa information system (VIS) for the purposes of the prevention, detection and investigation of terrorist offences and of other serious criminal offences (OJ L 218, 13.8.2008, p. 129); -Council decision 2008/903/EC of 27 November 2008 on the full application of the provisions of the Schengen acquis in the Swiss Confederation (OJ L 327, 5.12.2008, p. 15); -Council 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 on common standards and procedures in Member States for the return of third-country nationals illegally staying (OJ L 348, 24.12.2008, p. 98); -Article 3 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 810/2009 of 13 July 2009 establishing a Community code on visas (Visa code) (OJ L 243, 15.9.2009, p. 1); -Council decision 2010/252/EU (26 April), supplementing 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); -Council decision 2010/365/EU (29 June 2010) for the implementation of the provisions of the Schengen acquis relating to the Schengen information system in the Republic of Bulgaria and Romania (OJ L 166, 1.7.2010, p. 17).
The Act of accession annex III of the list referred to in article 15: institutional adaptations to acts adopted 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) (a) of article 23 of the directive) point 5 shall be replaced by the following: "5. Without prejudice to article 43 (b), each Member State shall recognize the medical qualifications of the nationals of its Member States for supporting documents that to the professional activities of doctor with basic training and specialised doctor, as nurse responsible for general care, dental practitioners, specialised dental practitioners, veterinary surgeon, midwife, pharmacist and architect qualification supporting documents issued by the former Yugoslavia or training: a) for Slovenia before 25 June 1991; and (b)) for Croatia, before the 8 October 1991, if that Member State authorities confirms that, in the case of doctor with basic training, specialised doctor, nurse responsible for general care, dental practitioner, specialised dental, veterinary surgeon and midwife career, article 45, paragraph 2, of the pharmacist and the professional activities referred to in article 48 of the professional activity the taking up and pursuit of the territory following its qualification supporting documents have the same legal effect as that Member State issued documents and formal qualifications for architects – as evidence of formal qualifications that specified for that Member State in annex VI, point 6.
Such attestation must be accompanied by a certificate issued by those same authorities stating that the five years prior to the date of issue of the certificate the person concerned in the territory of that Member State for at least three consecutive years, have effectively and lawfully been engaged in the activities. ". (b)) the following article shall be inserted: ' article 43 acquired rights to midwifery qualifications do not apply to the following qualifications gained in Croatia until July 1, 2013: the sestr of the ginekološk its medicinsk-opstetrièkog smjer (virsmās in the fields of gynaecology and obstetrics), the sestr of the ginekološk-medicinsk opstetrièkog smjer (sister in the fields of gynaecology and obstetrics), the sestr of its primaljskog smjer medicinsk of (virsmās with midwives training), the sestr the primaljskog smjer medicinsk (nurses with midwife education), opstetričk primalj of the ginekološk-(in the fields of gynaecology and obstetrics, midwife) and primalj (midwife). ". 2. intellectual property rights i. Community trade mark 32009 R 0207: Council Regulation (EC) No 207/2009 of 26 February 2009 on the Community trade mark (OJ L 78, 24.3.2009, p. 1) 165. Article 1 of the regulation shall be replaced by the following: "1. From Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Slovakia (hereinafter the new Member States") to the date of accession the Community trade mark which is registered under this regulation, or apply for registration before the date of accession, the country also applies to above the territory of the Member States, in order to ensure uniform operation throughout the community. ". II. Supplementary protection certificates 1.31996 R 1610: regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No. 1610/96 of 23 July 1996 concerning the creation of a supplementary protection certificate for plant protection products (OJ L 198, 8.8.1996, p. 30) (a)) (a) article 19 the following paragraph is added: "m) any plant protection product protected by a valid basic patent and for which the first authorisation as a plant protection product is received after 1 January 2003 You can assign a certificate in Croatia, provided that the application for a certificate is lodged within six months from the date of accession. '. (b) of the regulation) article 20(2) shall be replaced by the following: ' 2. this Regulation shall apply to supplementary protection certificates, which under national law to the accession of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Slovakia. ". 2. R-32009 0469: European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 469/2009 of 6 May 2009 on the supplementary protection certificate for medicinal products (OJ L 152, 16.6.2009, p. 1) (a)) Regulations Article 20, the following paragraph is added: "m) any medicinal product protected by a valid basic patent and for which the first authorisation to place it on the market as a medicinal product is received after 1 January 2003, may be granted a certificate in Croatia provided that the application for a certificate is lodged within six months from the date of accession. '. (b) of the regulation) article 21, paragraph 2 is replaced by the following: ' 2. this Regulation shall apply to supplementary protection certificates, which under national law to the accession of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Slovakia. ". III. Community designs 32002 R 0006: Council Regulation (EC) No 6/2002 of 12 December 2001 on Community designs (OJ L 3, 5.1.2002, p. 1) (A) of regulation 110. paragraph 1 of article 3 is replaced by the following: "1. From Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Slovakia (hereinafter the new Member States") to the date of accession to the community design under this regulation is protected or applied for before the date of accession of that country, shall also apply to the above the territory of the Member States, in order to ensure uniform operation 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 the taking up and pursuit of the business of credit institutions (recast) (OJ L 177, 30.6.2006, p. 1) Article 2 of the directive after the text referring to France, include the following: "-Croatia" kreditn is unij "and" Hrvatska Banka za Obnova i razvitak "in". 4.31991 R 1601 1 AGRICULTURE: Council Regulation (EEC) No 1601/91 of 10 June 1991 laying down general rules for aromatized wines, aromatized wine-based drinks and aromatized wine-product cocktails the definition, description and presentation of the building (OJ L 149, 14.6.1991, p. 1) In annex II, after the geographical name ' Nürnberger Glühwein ' shall include the following text: "in the". Samoborsk berme 2.32007 R 1234: Commission Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 of 22 October 2007 establishing a common organisation of agricultural markets and on specific provisions for certain agricultural products (single CMO Regulation) (OJ L 299, 16.11.2007, p. 1) (a) of regulation 66). the following paragraph shall be inserted: ' 4. (a) Croatia shall establish a special restructuring reserve as provided for in paragraph 2 of annex IX. This reserve is used from April 1, in the first year after accession of the quota to the extent that the period from 2008 to 2012 is down milk and milk products consumption in farms in Croatia.
A decision on the use of the reserve and its distribution between deliveries and direct sales quota shall be taken by the Commission in accordance with article 195 of the procedure provided for in paragraph 2, based on an assessment of the report submitted by Croatia to 31 December 2013. The report clarifies the current restructuring process results and trends in the milk sector in Croatia, and in particular in the transition from the production holding to the production to the market needs. " (b) Regulation 103 k) article 1 the following subparagraph is added: "this paragraph shall not apply to Croatia for the financial year 2013. Croatia submitted to the Commission for a five-year support programme 2014-2018 period. "the program. c) in annex III, part II, paragraph 13 shall be replaced by the following: "13." full-time refiner "means a production unit:-only action which is imported cane sugar refining, or-the 2004/2005 marketing year from at least 15 000 tonnes of imported raw cane sugar. This indent for Croatia is the marketing year 2007/2008 marketing year. ". d) annex VI is replaced by the following: ' annex VI national and regional quotas from 2010/2011 marketing years (tonnes) Member States or regions (1) sugar (2) isoglucose (3) inulin syrup (4) Belgium 0 Bulgaria 0 89198.0 676,235.0 114,580.2 Czech Republic Denmark Germany Ireland 56638.2 372,459.3 372,383.0 0 0 2,898,255.7 158,702.0 498,480.2 53810.2 Greece Spain France (Mainland) 3,004,811.15 0 432,220.05 French overseas departments Croatia 192,877.0 Italy Hungary Latvia Lithuania 90252.0 508,379.0 32492.5 0 Netherlands 0 0 220,265.8 804,888.0 351,027.4 105,420.0 Austria Poland Portugal (Mainland) 1,405,608.1 42861.4 0 12500.0 Azores autonomous region Romania Slovenia Slovakia 9953.0 104,688.8 0 0 68094.5 112,319.5 Finland 80999.0 0 Sweden United Kingdom 1,056,474.0 293,186.0 0 total 13,529,618.20 690,440.8 0 ". e) annex IX, paragraph 1, after the text referring to France, the following text is inserted: "Member State 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/2013/2014/15 13 14 Croatia 765 000 765 000". (f) annex IX) in paragraph 2, the table is replaced by the following: "a Member State Bulgaria Croatia 15 39 180 000 tonnes for Romania 188 400". (g) in annex X) after the text referring to France, the following text is inserted: "Croatia 40.70". (h) Annex Xb) the following table shall be added: ' EUR ' 000 budget year 2013. 2014 2015. 2016. the annual HR 0 11 885 11 885 11 885 10 832 from 2017. ". I) Regulation 2 of the appendix to annex XIb. the following subparagraph is added: "(h)) in Croatia, areas planted with vines in the following subregions: Moslavin, Prigorje‑Bilogor, Plešivic, Pokuplj and Zagorje‑M of đimurj.". (j) the appendix to annex XIb) Regulation 3 shall be accompanied by the following: "(h)) in Croatia, areas planted with vines in the following subregions: the Podunavlj and the Slavonij Deutsch.". (k) the appendix to annex XIb) Regulation (4) the following subparagraph is added: "(g)) in Croatia, areas planted with vines in the following subregions: Hrvatska Istra, Deutsch-primorj, Sjevern-dalmatinska Zagora, Dalmacija and the Južn i Srednj Dalmacija.". 3.32008 R 0110: European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 110/2008 of 15 January 2008 on the spirits in the definition, description, presentation, labelling and the protection of geographical indications and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) No 1576/89 (OJ L 39, 13.2.2008, p. 16) a) 20. the following paragraph shall be added: "4. in paragraph 1 of this article, the technical documentation referred to in the submission deadline shall also apply to Croatia listed in annex III geographical indications." (b)) of annex III, in point 9, the following geographical indications: "Hrvatska Loza Croatia Hrvatska-Croatia-Slavonsk šljivovic Ray šljivovic of Croatia". c) in annex III the following is inserted in point 32 geographical indication: "Hrvatski pelinkovac Croatia". d) in annex III, the following paragraph shall be inserted: ' 39. Maraschino/Marrasquino/maraskino Zadarska Croatia in Maraschino ". (e) in annex III) product category "other spirit drinks" the following geographical indication: "Deutsch travarica Croatia".   4. R-32009 0073: Council Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 (2009, January 19) establishing common rules for direct support schemes under the common agricultural policy and establishing certain support schemes for farmers, and amending Regulation (EC) No 1290/2005, (EC) no 247/2006, (EC) No 378/2007 and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003 (OJ L 30, 31.1.2009, p. 16) (a) of article 2 of the regulation) g) shall be replaced by the : "(g)" new Member States ") are Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Cyprus, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Slovakia;". (b) article 6 of the regulation) in paragraph 2, the first subparagraph is replaced by the following: ' 2. Member States which do not have the new Member States shall ensure that land which was under permanent pasture on the day for the area aid applications for 2003 is maintained under permanent pasture. The new Member States, except for Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania shall ensure that land which was under permanent pasture on 1 May 2004 is maintained under permanent pasture. Bulgaria and Romania shall ensure that land which was under permanent pasture on 1 January 2007, are stored in permanent pasture. Croatia shall ensure that land which was under permanent pasture on 1 July 2013, are stored in permanent pasture. ".  (c) of article 33 of the regulation) 1, point (b) (iv))) shall be replaced by the following: "(iv)) in accordance with article 47, paragraph 2 (a) of article 57 and 59, article 64 (2), third subparagraph, article 65 and article 68 c).". (d)) of article 51 of the regulation, paragraph 1 the following subparagraph is added: "Croatia may decide to use the opportunities that are provided for in article 52 of this regulation and article 53 (1). Decision notified to the Commission before 15 July 2013. ". (e) Article 51 of the regulation) in paragraph 2 the following subparagraph shall be added: "by way of derogation from the second subparagraph of this paragraph, that the maximum amount for Croatia is determined on the basis of article 104, paragraph 4, and article 112 paragraph 5 referred to the country ceilings laid down for 52 and 53. payments as referred to in article ovine and caprine meat and payments for beef and veal, in the light of article 121. direct payment implementation schedule.". (f) in article 52 of the regulation) beyond the first paragraph, the following paragraph shall be inserted: "by way of derogation from the first paragraph of this article, Croatia can save up to 50% of the amount calculated pursuant to article 51, paragraph 2 referred to in the third subparagraph, the maximum amount each year to make additional payments to farmers." (g)) of article 53 in the first paragraph, the following paragraph shall be inserted: "by way of derogation from the first subparagraph of this paragraph, Croatia can save all or part of the amount calculated pursuant to article 51 of this Regulation (2), third subparagraph, the maximum amount each year to make additional payments to farmers." h) of title III Chapter 3 of the title is replaced by the following: "implementation in the new Member States, which applied the single area payment scheme, and in Croatia". Article 55 of the regulation) (I) the title is replaced by the following text: "implementation of the single payment scheme member States that applied the single area payment scheme, and in Croatia". (j) Article 55 of the regulation) of the first subparagraph shall be replaced by the following: "1. If this chapter otherwise provided, this title shall apply to the new Member States that have applied the single payment scheme established under Title V, Chapter 2, and Croatia.". k) of article 57 shall be accompanied by the following sentence: "Croatia this reduction shall not be greater than 20% of table 3 of annex VIII maximum amount referred to in the year.". l) article 57 of the regulation point 3, the following sentences shall be added: "the Commission with implementing Act No 141 of the Committee referred to in article Croatia in the authorization to use the assistance national reserve. In particular, the Commission shall examine the national direct payment schemes, applicable before the date of accession, and the conditions of its application. Croatia until 15 July 2013 to submit to the Commission a request to allow the use of the national reserve. '. m) the following article shall be inserted: ' article 57 Cleared the land for specific national reserve in Croatia Croatia 1 creates a cleared land for processing special national reserve used to ten years after accession, according to objective criteria, to ensure equal treatment between farmers and to avoid market and competition distortions, payment entitlements allocated to farmers who own the land that has been cleared and is again used for agricultural activities. 2. Land, on which, in accordance with this article may be granted the right to payment, are not eligible to qualify for article 59 and 61. down payment. 3. payment granted in accordance with the requirements in this article is not greater than the amount awarded in accordance with articles 59 and 61 in the right to payment. 4. the maximum amount of the cleared land in the special national reserve, is EUR 9 600 000, and it set out in article 121 of the timetable for the implementation of direct payments. The annual maximum amounts are the following: (in thousands of euro) Croatia. 2014 2015. 2016.2017. 2018 2019. 2020 2021. 2022. Cleared land for processing specific national reserve the maximum amount of 2 400 2 880 3 360 3 840 4 800 5 760 6 720 7 680 8 640 9 600 5. In the first year, when the implementation of the single payment scheme, Croatia shall grant payment entitlements to farmers given land that has been cleared and declared by farmers to help applications that are submitted in the first year When you implement the single payment scheme, and used again by the agricultural activities during the period from 1 January 2005 until 31 December 2012. 6. From 2013 to 2022 for the payment entitlements allocated to farmers in the light of the Earth, which have been cleared and declared by farmers during the year in question, provided that such land again with the agricultural activities in the preceding calendar year, and shall notify the Commission in accordance with point 9. 7. in order to ensure the appropriate use of the funds of the Union, the Commission shall, in accordance with article 141 (2) amend the procedures referred to in annex VIII, table 3 maximum amount laid down in, respectively, add the land cleared for the particular national reserve amounts are assigned to 2022 31 December. 8. The whole earth as declared under this article corresponds to article 34, paragraph 2, in the definition given in respect of an eligible hectare shall be eligible for support. 9. Croatia until 15 July 2013 to notify the Commission of the land that is eligible under point 5, indicating both the land eligible for aid in accordance with article 59, both land eligible for aid in accordance with article 61. The notice must also include information on the budget allocations and unused amounts. Starting in 2014, with the same information to be transmitted to the Commission not later than 31 January of each year, and should cover the previous calendar year, providing information on the land, which again used for agricultural activities, and the relevant budget allocations. 10. Until 2012 31 December all mined and cleared the land for which farmers could receive payment of cleared land for processing special national reserves are to be included in the integrated administration and control system established under Title II, Chapter 4. ". n) Regulation 59. the following paragraph shall be added: "4. The Commission shall, in accordance with article 141, paragraph 2 of the procedure shall lay down the rules for entitlement to payment of the initial assignment in Croatia." This regulation article 61) the following subparagraph shall be added: "with regard to Croatia, the first part a) and b) above deadlines are June 30, 2011.". p) 69. Article 1 of the first paragraph the following text is added: "Croatia by the date of accession may be decided from the single payment scheme in the first year of application, as defined in paragraph 2 of article 59, use up to 10% of the national ceiling referred to in article 40, as indicated in table 3 of annex VIII.". q) article 9 of regulation 69. in the first subparagraph of point (a)), the following subparagraph: "(aa)) provided for the year 2022 Croatia; ". r) Regulation 104. paragraph 4 is replaced by the following: "4. The following shall state the maximum amount the Member State set: maximum of 2 058 483 Bulgaria Czech Republic Denmark 104 000 48 000 66 733 Estonia Spain France Cyprus 19 580 000 7 842 000 542 651 Croatia Latvia Lithuania Hungary 472 401 18 437 17 304 1 146 000 Poland Portugal Romania Slovenia 335 880 2 690 000 5 880 620 84 909 Slovakia Finland 80 000 305 756 Total 41 273 174 ". s) Regulation 112. in paragraph 5 of the article after the text referring to France, the following text is inserted: "Croatia 105 270". 121. Article of Regulation t) is replaced by the following: "article 121 of the introduction of direct payments in the new Member States, except for Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania direct payments shall be introduced in accordance with the schedule of increments provided for below, expressed as a percentage of the amount of such payments in the relevant time period applied in the other Member States, except in the new Member States: – 60% in 2009-2010, 70%-80% in 2011 – 2012, 90%-100% in 2013. Bulgaria and Romania direct payments shall be introduced in accordance with the schedule of increments provided for below, expressed as a percentage of the amount of such payments in the relevant time period applied in the other Member States, except in 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% of 2016. In Croatia, the direct payments shall be introduced in accordance with the schedule of increments provided for below, expressed as a percentage of the amount of such payments in the relevant time period applied in the other Member States, except in the new Member States:-25%, in 2013-2014 30%-35% in 2015, 40% in 2016-2017, 50%-60%, 2018-2019, 70%-80% by the year 2020, 90% in 2021-100% from the year 2022 ". Article 132 of the regulation u) in paragraph 2 the following paragraph is inserted after the second paragraph: "by way of derogation from the first subparagraph of this paragraph a) and (b)), Croatia has the opportunity to complement direct payments up to 100% of the amount applied in the other Member States that do not have the new Member States.". v) in annex VII, after the text referring to France, the following text is inserted: "Croatia 100 1". w) annex VIII shall be accompanied by the following: "3. the table (*) Member States in 2013. 2014 2015. 2016.2017. 2018 2019. 2020 2021. 2022. Croatia 93 250 111 900 130 550 149 200 186 500 223 800 261 100 298 400 335 700 373 000 (*) maximum amount calculated, taking into account the increase provided for in article 121 of the scheme. ". 5. fisheries 1.32002 R 2371: Council Regulation (EC) No 2371/2002 of 20 December 2002 on the conservation and sustainable exploitation of fisheries resources under the common fisheries policy (OJ L 358, 31.12.2002, p. 59) In annex I, the following subparagraphs are added: "11. Croatia's coastal waters in the geographical area of the Member States of the importance of Species or special features 12 miles, bounded by Croatia's sovereignty in the maritime area to the North of 45 degrees and 10 minutes north latitude along the Istrian western coast, from the Croatian territorial sea waters to the external border where the parallel reaching land Istrian West Coast (rt Grgatov Funtan standing) demersal and Slovenia the small pelagic species including sardines and anchovies 100 tonnes to a maximum of 25 vessels, including fishing vessels, 5 of which are equipped with trawling nets that regime shall apply from the date of full implementation of arbitration awards arising from Stockholm 2009 November 4, signed an arbitration agreement between the Government of the Republic of Slovenia and the Government of the Republic of Croatia. 12. Slovenia's coastal waters in the geographical area of the Member States of the importance of Species or special features 12 miles, which limits the sovereignty of Slovenia sea area north of 45 degrees and 10 minutes north latitude along the Istrian western coast, from the Croatian territorial sea waters to the external border where the parallel reaching land Istrian West Coast (rt Grgatov Funtan standing) demersal and Croatia the small pelagic species including sardines and anchovies 100 tonnes to a maximum of 25 vessels, including fishing vessels, 5 of which are equipped with trawling nets that regime shall apply from the date of full implementation of arbitration awards arising from Stockholm 2009 November 4, signed an arbitration agreement between the Government of the Republic of Slovenia and the Government of the Republic of Croatia. ". 2.32006 R 1198: Council Regulation (EC) no 1198/2006 of 27 July 2006 on the European Fisheries Fund (OJ L 223, 15.8.2006, p. 1) (a) article 27 of the regulation) the following paragraph shall be added: "5. the EFF may co-finance individual bonus schemes that are granted to those fishermen who will benefit from the access mode specified in part 11 of annex I to Regulation (EC) No 2371/2002, as amended by the Act of accession of Croatia. This schema can be applied only to the period from 2014 to 2015 or earlier, when applied to the date of full implementation of arbitration awards arising from Stockholm 2009 November 4, signed an arbitration agreement between the Government of the Republic of Slovenia and the Government of the Republic of Croatia. ". (b) article 29 of the regulation) point 3 shall be replaced by the following: ' 3. By way of derogation from paragraph 2, the outermost regions and the outlying Greek Islands, as well as Dugi Otok in Croatia, all, Mļet and Lastov Islands support may be provided for all companies. ". (c) of regulation 35). paragraph 4 is replaced by the following: "4. By way of derogation from paragraph 3, the outermost regions and the outlying Greek Islands, as well as Dugi Otok in Croatia, all, Mļet and Lastov Islands support may be provided for all companies.". (d)) of article 9 of regulation 53, first subparagraph, shall be replaced by the following: "9. the activities of the EFF is funded out of existing Greek Islands that are disadvantaged because of their territorial remoteness and outermost regions, as well as Dugi Otok in Croatia, all, Mļet and Lastov Islands, the maximum contribution FROM the EFF for each priority axis, the highest increase, by 10 percentage points in the regions eligible under the convergence objective and, the highest, about 35 percentage points in the regions eligible under the convergence objective. e) annex II a) table is replaced by the following: "1. Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 group, the regions covered by the convergence objective, and out of the existing Greek islands of Dugi Otok, Croatia, all, Mļet and Lastov Islands (A) ≤ 100% B ≥ 0% A ≤ 40% B ≥ 60% (*) (*) A ≤ 80% B ≥ 20% A ≤ 60% B ≥ 40% (***) regions not covered by the convergence objective (A) ≤ 100% B ≥ 0% A ≤ 40% B ≥ 60% (*) (*) A ≤ 60% B ≥ 40% A ≤ 40% B ≥ 60% (***) outermost regions (A) ≤ 100% B ≥ 0% A ≤ 50% B ≥ 50% (*) (*) A ≤ 80% B ≥ 20% A ≤ 75% B ≥ 25% (*) with respect to article 25, paragraph 3 the activities referred to in 2 (B). the group rate shall be increased by 20 percentage points. (A) according to the reduced rates. (**)  With regard to article 26, paragraph 2 of the above activities (investments to assist small-scale coastal fishing vessels within the meaning of article 25) (B) rates for Group 2 can be reduced by 20 percentage points. (A) appropriately increase rates. (***) With regard to article 29 and 35 of the operations carried out by companies not covered by the definition in article 3 (f)) and working less than 750 employees or with a turnover of less than EUR 200 million, in regions covered by the convergence objective, with the exception of the existing remote Greek islands of Dugi Otok, Croatia, all, Mļet and Lastov Islands, (B) rates are increased by 30 percentage points and regions not covered by the convergence objective by 20 percentage points. Under the reduced rates (A). ". (f)) (a) annex II, section 2). "the second subparagraph shall be replaced by the following:" for the (*) and (**), when the EFF finances article 25, paragraph 3, actions to assist small-scale coastal fishing, group 2 (B) rates will be:-regions covered by the convergence objective, the outlying Greek Islands Dugi Otok-Croatia, all, Mļet and Lastov Islands, and regions not covered by the convergence objective 60 percentage points or more (B ≥ 60%); and, in the most remote regions-50 percentage points or more (B ≥ 50%). ". 6. taxation 32006 L 0112:1 Council Directive 2006/112/EC of 28 November 2006 on the common system of value added tax (OJ L 347, 11.12.2006, p. 1.) 287. the following paragraph shall be added: "Croatia: EUR 35 000 19).". 32008 L 0118:2 Council Directive 2008/118/EC of 16 December 2008 on the excise duties the General arrangements, and repealing Directive 92/12/EEC (OJ L 9, 14.1.2009, p. 12) 46. Article 3 of the directive shall be replaced by the following: "3. Without prejudice to article 32, Member States other than those referred to in Directives 92/79/EEC, article 2, paragraph 2, third and fourth subparagraph, in respect of cigarettes which may be brought into their territory without further excise duty payment, may from 1 January 2014, to apply a quantitative limit of at least 300 units of cigarettes imported from a Member State which, under article 2 of that directive (2), the third and fourth part of excise duty lower than the for the article 2 paragraph 2 of the first paragraph. Directive 92/79/EEC, article 2, paragraph 2, third and fourth subparagraph Member States irrespective of the weighted average retail selling price shall apply an excise duty of at least EUR 77 per 1000 cigarettes, from 1 January 2014 a quantitative restrictions may be applied, at least 300 units of cigarettes without further payment of excise duty on imported from a Member State which, under article 2 of that directive (2), third subparagraph of lower excise tax. Member States which, pursuant to the first and second part of the quantitative limit, shall inform the Commission thereof. They can carry out the necessary checks, if such checks do not affect the proper functioning of the internal market. '. 7. Regional policy and coordination of structural instruments 1.32006 R 1083: Council Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 of 11 July 2006 laying down general provisions on the European regional development fund, the European Social Fund and the Cohesion Fund and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1260/1999 (OJ L 210, 31.7.2006, p. 25) (a) of article 15 of the regulation) in paragraph 4, the second subparagraph, the following sentence shall be added : "For Croatia, this inspection period is December 31, 2017.". (b) article 18 of the regulation) of the first subparagraph shall be replaced by the following: "1. the liabilities of the Fund resources available for the period 2007-2013 is EUR 308 417 037 817 – 2004 prices in accordance with Annex I annual breakdown.". (c) article 19 of the regulation) shall be replaced by the following: ' article 19 resources for the convergence objective convergence objective, the total resources provided for is 81.56% of article 18, paragraph 1 of the funds (i.e., total EUR 251 529 800 379), and their distribution between the different components as follows: a) 70.50% (i.e., total EUR 177 324 921 223) – article 5, paragraph 1, for funding eligible population the welfare of the region, national prosperity and unemployment rate as the criteria for using to calculate the indicative allocation between the Member States; b) 4.98% (i.e., total EUR 12 521 289 405) – article 8, paragraph 1, of the transitional and specific support, on the basis of population, the region's prosperity, national prosperity and unemployment rate as the criteria for using to calculate the indicative allocation between the Member States; c) 23.23% (i.e. a total of EUR 58 433 589 750) – article 5, paragraph 2 of the finance, population, national prosperity and the area as criteria for calculating the indicative allocation between the Member States; d) 1.29% (i.e., total EUR 3 250 000 000) – article 8, paragraph 3 of the transitional and specific support. ". (d) of article 20 of the regulation) the introductory phrase shall be replaced by the following chapeau: "regional competitiveness and employment objective is the total resources provided for 15.93% of article 18 referred to in paragraph 1 (i.e. EUR 49 127 784 318 in total) and their distribution between the different components as follows:". (e) article 21 of the regulation) 1 and 2 shall be replaced by the following: "1. the European territorial cooperation objective is the total resources provided for 2.52% of article 18, paragraph 1 of the funds (i.e., 7 759 453 total EUR 120), and not including paragraph 22 of annex II to the amount referred to in it between different components shall be distributed as follows: (a) 73.86%) (i.e. total EUR 5 583 386 893) – article 7 referred to in paragraph 1 for the financing of cross-border cooperation According to the population using as the criteria for calculating the indicative allocation between the Member States; b) 20.95% (i.e. a total EUR 1 583 594 654) – article 7 referred to in paragraph 2 for the financing of transnational cooperation, according to the number of the population using as the criteria for calculating the indicative allocation between the Member States; c) 5.19% (i.e. a total of EUR 392 471 574) – article 7 referred to in paragraph 3 of interregional cooperation, cooperation networks and exchange of experience. 2. The ERDF contribution to cross-border and Sea-basin programmes in the context of the European neighbourhood and partnership instrument and the cross-border programmes under the pre-accession assistance instruments and in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006, shall be EUR 817 691 234 obtained from each participating Member State indicating that deducted from the allocation provided for in paragraph 1 (a)). These ERDF contributions shall not be reallocated between the concerned Member States. ". (f) article 22 of the regulation) the following subparagraph is added: "by way of derogation from the first paragraph of this article, their financial allocation for Croatia under the European territorial cooperation objective may be split between article 21, paragraph 1 (a) to (c))) for those three ingredients, achieving a high level of efficiency and simplification.". (g) Article 23 of the regulation) shall be replaced by the following: ' article 23 resources for the performance reserve "three percent of article 19 (a)) and (b)) and means referred to in article 20 may be granted to the Member States, with the exception of Croatia, in accordance with article 50.". (h) article 28 of the regulation) shall be amended as follows: (i)) in the article after the first paragraph, the following paragraph shall be inserted: "in the case of Croatia national strategic reference framework shall apply to the period from accession to 31 December 2013."; (ii)), in paragraph 2 of article after the first paragraph, the following paragraph shall be inserted: "Croatia national strategic reference framework to the Commission within three months from the date of accession. '. Article 29 of the regulation) (I) the following paragraph shall be added: "5. paragraph 1 to 4 shall not apply to Croatia.". (j) article 32 of the regulation) 3. the following subparagraph is added: "for Croatia, the Commission shall, no later than 2013 31 December adopted a decision approving the operational programme, funded by the 2007 to 2013 programming period. This action in Croatia takes into account any comments made by the Commission and submitted to the Commission not later than three months after the date of accession. '. k) article 1 of regulation 33. the following subparagraph is added: "for Croatia, the operational programmes adopted before the date of accession may be amended only in order to achieve greater compliance with this regulation.". l) article 3 of regulation 49. the following subparagraph is added: "for the Croatian actions ex post evaluation of the programme completed by 31 December 2016.". m) the following article shall be inserted: ' article 51 of this regulation and article 50 51 does not apply for Croatia. " n) article 53, paragraph 3 is replaced by the following: "3. the European territorial cooperation objective action programmes, of which at least one Member is from the Member State whose average GDP per capita in 2001-2003 was less than 85% of the EU-25 average in the same period, or in such programmes, in which the country is involved, the ERDF contribution to Croatia not more than 85% of the eligible expenditure. All other operational programmes of the ERDF contribution will not exceed 75% of the eligible expenditure co-financed by the ERDF. o) article 1 of regulation 56. the following subparagraph is added: "for Croatia, expenditure shall be eligible for support of the Fund during the period from the starting date of eligibility for expenditure fixed in accordance with the instruments adopted by Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006, until December 31, 2016. However, expenditure on operational programmes adopted upon accession, it is appropriate to support the Fund from the date of accession, unless the decision on the programme of activities is defined later in the day. ". p) of the regulation article 56 paragraph 3 the following subparagraph is added: "without prejudice to article 105a of specific provisions on compliance, operational programme monitoring Committee under certain criteria with regard to Croatia, it shall not apply to the transactions of the approval decision by the date of accession and which are part of the instruments adopted in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006.". q) Regulation. Article 62 is amended as follows: (i))) (c) the following shall be inserted after the first subparagraph: "with regard to Croatia, the operational programme, the audit authority within three months from the date of accession, shall submit to the Commission an updated annual audit work plan referred to in article 29, paragraph 2 (a)) of Commission Regulation (EC) No 718/2007 of 12 June 2007 implementing Council Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 establishing an instrument for pre-accession assistance (IPA). ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ * OJ L 170, 29.6.2007, p. 1. '; (ii) in paragraph (d)))) (i) the following subparagraph is added: "for Croatia, the first annual control report shall be 31 December 2013 for the period from 1 October 2012 to 30 June 2013. The following messages for periods from 1 July 2013 to 2014 30 June 2014 from 1 July to 30 June 2015 and 2015-2016 July 1 June 30, respectively, shall be submitted to the Commission until 2014. December 31, 2015 and 2016 31 December 31 December. Information on audits that carried out after 1 July 2016, included in the final control report, which complements the e) referred to in the final Declaration; "; (iii) subparagraph (e))) the following subparagraph is added: "for Croatia, final Declaration, together with the final control report shall be submitted to the Commission before 31 March 2018.". r) article 1 of regulation 67. the following subparagraph is added: "for Croatia, the final report by the managing authority for the operational programme shall be sent until 31 March 2018.". Article 71 of the regulation s) is amended as follows: (i)) the following paragraph shall be inserted: ' 1. (a) without prejudice to paragraph 1, Croatia as soon as possible after the date of accession or, at the latest, before the Commission makes any payment shall submit to the Commission a description of the systems, including point a) and b) set out in the elements. "; (ii)) the following paragraph shall be inserted: "2. (a) Croatia (2) shall apply mutatis mutandis. Paragraph 2 of this article the report referred to in the first subparagraph shall be deemed to have been accepted under the same conditions as those set out in the second subparagraph of paragraph 2. However, this acceptance is a prerequisite in article 82 that the advance payment amount. ". t) 75. the following paragraph shall be inserted: ' 1. (a) in respect of the corresponding budget commitment of Croatia, in 2013 the ERDF, cohesion fund and ESF, applied on the basis of article 28, paragraph 3 of the decision before the Commission has adopted a decision on any action taken in the review. Article 28 of this Regulation referred to in paragraph 3 of decision is a financing decision of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 in the meaning of article 75 for any budget commitments applicable to Croatia. ". u) paragraph 2 of article 78 c) the following sentence shall be added: "with regard to Croatia, they are covered with expenditure made by beneficiaries in implementing the project, and which are supported by receipted invoices or accounting documents of equivalent probative value at the latest three years after the advance payment or the year 2016 31 December, whichever expires earlier; If not, adjust accordingly the next declaration of expenditure. '. (v) in article 82 of the regulation) the following paragraph 1a is inserted: ' 1. (a) in the case of Croatia after the adoption of article 71, paragraph 2 (a) and by article 75 (a) referred to in the corresponding budget commitments, to the lump sum advance payment, the amount of the remaining period from 2007-2013 are paid in lump sum as follows: 30% of the contribution of the structural funds and the cohesion fund 40% contribution to the operational programme. w) article 89 of the regulation 1. the following subparagraph is added: "for Croatia, a) (i) to (iii))) the payment referred to in the application documents shall be sent to the 31 March 2018.". x 93. Of the regulation) the following paragraph shall be inserted: "3A. By way of derogation from paragraphs 1 to 3, for Croatia, the Commission provided for in paragraph 1 shall apply the decommitment the following mechanisms: (i)) to any existing obligations for 2010 is part of 2013 31 December; II) any existing 2011 commitment part is December 31, 2014; (iii)) to any existing obligations of 2012 is part of 31 December 2015; IV) 2013 it part of the commitment, which still exists in 2016, on 31 December, automatically cancels the Commission until 31 March 2018 not received an acceptable payment application. ". y) in article 95 of the regulation, the following paragraph is inserted after the second paragraph: "by way of derogation from the first and second parts, for Croatia, article 93. the time limits referred to in paragraph (a) is suspended, subject to the conditions of the first subparagraph, in respect of the amounts that apply to those activities.". z) article 98 of the regulation. the following subparagraph is added: "for Croatia, following the funds released from the funds it can be reused up to 2016 December 31". za) the following article shall be inserted: ' article 105 special provisions after the accession of Croatia 1. Programs and major projects, which Croatia's accession is approved in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 and until that date has not yet been completed, consider programs and major projects approved by the Commission under this regulation, except for programs that have been approved in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006, article 3, paragraph 1 (a)) and e) components referred to. In addition, the following shall not be included in the programme, which complies with Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006, article 3, paragraph 1 (b)) for the component referred to in point (a)) the IPA cross-border cooperation programme "Adriatic"; (b)) the cross-border programme "Croatia-Bosnia and Herzegovina"; c) cross-border programme Croatia-Montenegro "; d) cross-border programme Croatia-Serbia ". Without prejudice to paragraphs 2 to 7, to those activities and major projects subject to the rules governing approved under this regulation and the activities of large projects. 2. Any procurement procedure relating to the activities or projects to be carried out in accordance with paragraph 1, in those programmes, and for which at the date of accession, has already opened an invitation to tender published in the official journal of the European Union, implemented in accordance with the rules laid down in that invitation to tender. Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 and article 165 shall not apply. Any procurement procedure relating to the activities or projects to be carried out in accordance with paragraph 1, in those programmes and in relation to which the accession is not yet opened an invitation to tender published in the official journal of the European Union shall be implemented in accordance with the treaties or acts adopted by virtue of the treaties and in accordance with article 9 of this regulation. Other activities that are not in the first and second subparagraph, and in relation to which the invitation to tender was opened pursuant to Commission Regulation (EC) No 718/2007 Article 158 or the application was submitted to the competent authority by the date of accession, and which could only be approved after that date, shall be implemented in accordance with the conditions and eligibility rules, published in the invitation to tender or the previously communicated to potential beneficiaries. 3. payments made by the Commission in relation to paragraph 1, those programmes considered the contribution of the funds in accordance with this regulation, and shall apply to obligations incurred in the past including the IP obligations. Any part of the commitment undertaken by the Commission in accordance with paragraph 1 in those programmes, and which still exists at the date of accession, from the date of accession, governed by this regulation. 4. The activities approved in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 and in respect of which the date of accession are still to give consent or have signed the grant agreements with final beneficiaries, shall continue to apply the rules on the eligibility of expenditure laid down in Commission Regulation (EC) No 718/2007 or based on it, except in duly justified cases, for which at the request of Croatia, decided by the Commission. In the first part of compliance with the rules also apply to paragraph 1 referred to in major projects in respect of which the bilateral draft agreement was signed by the date of accession. 5. With regard to Croatia, any reference to the second paragraph of article 1 defines funds as references, which also includes the instrument for pre-accession assistance established by Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006, 6. The specific terms that apply to Croatia, also applies to the following cross-border programmes, which satisfy the provisions of Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006, article 3, paragraph 1 (b)) and for the component referred to in which Croatia is participating (a) cross-border program) "Hungary-Croatia"; and (b)) the cross-border programme ' Slovenia-Croatia ". Specific time limits that apply to Croatia in accordance with this Regulation shall not apply to operational programmes, which are implemented under the European territorial cooperation objective international and interregional components and Croatia are participating. 7. If any measures are necessary to facilitate the transition of Croatia from the pre-accession arrangements to those resulting from the application of this article, the Commission shall adopt the necessary measures. " zb) Annex I is replaced by the following: ' Annex I the breakdown of commitment appropriations over the years 2007-2013 (as referred to in article 18) (EUR, 2004 prices) 2007. in 2008, 2009. 2010 2011. 2012 2013. 42 863 000 000 43 318 000 000 43 862 000 000 43 860 000 000 44 073 000 000 44 723 000 000 45 718 037 817 ". ZC) annex II is amended as follows: (i) to paragraph 5 of the annex) the following points shall be added: ' (c)) for Croatia provided for cross-border cooperation is EUR 7 028 744 (2004 prices); (d)) for Croatia for trans-national cooperation funds is EUR 1 874 332 (2004 prices). " II) the following point is added: "7. (a) in the case of Croatia, the maximum amounts of the remittance of the funds is 3.5240% of its GDP."; III) the following point shall be inserted: ' 9. (a) in the case of Croatia, GDP calculations carried out by the Commission, will be based on the statistics published in May 2011. ". ZD) Annex III is replaced by the following: ' Annex III rates of co-financing the applicable maximum (as referred to in article 53) criteria Member States ERDF and ESF percentage of eligible expenditure cohesion fund percentage of eligible expenditure 1. Member States whose average per capita GDP in the period from 2001 to 2003 was below 85% of the EU 25 average in the same period, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Croatia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia , Slovakia 85% for the convergence and regional competitiveness and employment objective 2 85. Member States other than those referred to in paragraph 1 and which, on 1 January 2007 are eligible under the cohesion fund the transition regime Spain 80% for the convergence and phasing-in regions extending under the regional competitiveness and employment mērķi50% in the regional competitiveness and employment objective outside phasing-in regions extending 85 3. Member States other than those referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, Belgium Denmark, Germany, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Austria, Finland, Sweden and the United Kingdom, 75% for the convergence objective-4. the Member States other than those referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Austria, Finland, Sweden and the United Kingdom 50% for the regional competitiveness and employment objective-5. referred to in article 349 TFEU outermost regions that receive additional allocations of these regions, as provided for in paragraph 20 of annex II, Spain , France and Portugal-6.50% referred to in article 349 TFEU outermost regions in Spain, France and Portugal 85% for the convergence and regional competitiveness and employment objective-". 2.32006 R 1084: Council 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 shall be inserted: ' Article 5a special provisions after the accession of Croatia 1. measures which on the date of accession of Croatia is the subject of Commission decisions on assistance under Council Regulation (EC) No 1267/1999 of 21 June 1999 establishing an instrument for structural policies for pre-accession *, and that by that date, the implementation is not yet complete, consider the measures approved by the Commission under this regulation. Without prejudice to paragraphs 2 to 5, to the measures referred to in the first subparagraph shall be subject to the rules governing the procedure under this regulation and to Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 on the implementation of approved activities. 2. Any procurement procedure relating to a measure referred to in paragraph 1 and for which at the date of accession, has already opened an invitation to tender published in the official journal of the European Union, implemented in accordance with the rules laid down in that invitation to tender. Not apply article 165 of Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 of 25 June 2002 on the financial regulation applicable to the general budget of the European communities. Any procurement procedure relating to a measure referred to in paragraph 1 and for which accession is not yet opened an invitation to tender published in the official journal of the European Union shall be implemented in accordance with the treaties or acts adopted by virtue of the treaties and in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006, article 9. 3. payments made by the Commission in connection with the measures referred to in paragraph 1 shall be construed as the contribution of a Fund in accordance with this regulation. Payments made by the Commission in connection with the measures referred to in paragraph 1 shall be subject to the previous existing liability incurred by, first, pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 1267/1999 and, secondly, in pursuance of this regulation and to Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006, the rules for interim payments and final payments are set out in annex II to Regulation (EC) No 1164/94 (D) of paragraph 2 of article b) to (d)) and paragraph 3 to 5. 4. in paragraph 1 of this article, these measures continue to apply the rules on the eligibility of expenditure laid down in Regulation (EC) No 1267/1999, or specifically in the relevant financing agreements, except in duly justified cases, for which at the request of Croatia, decided by the Commission. 5. If any measures are necessary to facilitate the transition of Croatia from the pre-accession arrangements to those resulting from the application of this article, the Commission shall adopt the necessary measures. ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ * OJ L 161, 26.6.1999, p. 73. ** OJ L 248, 16.9.2002, p. 1. '  
8.32003 L 0087 1 environment: Directive 2003/87/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 October 2003 establishing a scheme for greenhouse gas emission allowance trading within the community and amending Council Directive 96/61/EC (OJ L 275, 25.10.2003, p. 32) (a) of article 9 of the directive) is added to the first subparagraph, the following sentence: "as a result of the accession of Croatia to the Community quota increases the total quota volume only Croatia by auction in accordance with article 10 paragraph 1. ". (b) in annex II of the directive) after the entry in respect of Spain the following entry is inserted: "Croatia 26%". 2.32009 D 0406: European Parliament and Council decision No 406/2009/EC of 23 April 2009 on the Member States ' measures in the areas of greenhouse gas emissions to meet the community's greenhouse gas emission reduction by 2020 in the field (OJ L 140, 5.6.2009, p. 136) In annex II (iii) after the entry in respect of France the following entry is inserted: "Croatia 11%".
Of the Act of accession ANNEX IV list referred to in article 16: other permanent provisions 1. intellectual property rights treaty on the functioning of the European Union, the third part of title II, the free movement of goods special measures with regard to Croatia, the patent or supplementary protection certificate (PASSPORT) owner or beneficiary for which the application was filed in a Member State at a time when such protection medicine it was not possible to get in Croatia may rely on the rights conferred by such a patent or a supplementary protection certificate, in order to prevent the import and marketing of medicinal products in the Member State or Member States where the medicinal product subject to patent protection, or protection of the PASSPORT; This also applies to cases in which the medicinal product concerned in Croatia for the first time put the market owner himself, or whether it happened with the consent of the owner. Every person that medicinal products covered by the previous subparagraph, import or market a Member State in which the medicinal product is patent protection or PASS protection, an application to the competent authorities of these imports proves that the owner or beneficiary covered by such protection, has informed one month in advance. 2. the competition policy of the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union, the third part of title VII, Chapter 1, rules on competition 1. The following aid schemes and individual aid, which is in Croatia started to implement before the date of accession and which still exercised after that date, upon accession, be deemed to be existing aid ARTICLE 108. within the meaning of article: a) support measures, the implementation of which started before 1 March 2002; (b)) the aid measures listed in the appendix to this annex; c) support measures, the Croatian competition agency by the date of accession has evaluated and found to be compatible with the acquis, and to which the Commission, pursuant to the procedure set out in paragraph 2, not object, on the basis of serious doubts as to the compatibility of these measures with the internal market. The application of ARTICLE 108 article 3, after accession new aid considers all measures still applicable after the date of accession which constitute State aid and which do not conform to, and the conditions set out above. The above provisions do not apply to support activities related to LES and ARTICLES listed in annex I to the production, processing or marketing of products. 2. If Croatia wishes to the Commission pursuant to paragraph 1 (c)) shall be checked by the procedure provided for in any of the aid measure, the Commission shall submit periodically: a) a list of existing aid measures, the Croatian competition agency has evaluated and found to be compatible with the Union's acquis; and (b)) any other information which is of importance in assessing the compatibility of the aid measure under examination; the above information shall be presented in report form to be determined by the Commission. Where the Commission, within three months after receipt of full information on existing aid or after the receipt of the notification of Croatia, in which it informs the Commission that it considers the information provided to be complete because the additional information requested is not available or has already been provided, do not oppose it based on the serious doubts as to the compatibility of the measures with the internal market, the Commission has no objections to it. All aid measures which prior to the date of accession the Commission submitted pursuant to paragraph 1 (c)) described the procedure, subject to that procedure, without taking into account the fact that Croatia during the review already become Member States of the Union. 3. The decision of the Commission to which it objects to some of the measures in paragraph 1 (c)), considered the meaning of the decision to initiate the formal investigation procedure, as defined in Council Regulation (EC) no 659/1999 of 22 March 1999 laying down detailed rules in article 93 of the EC Treaty piemērošanai19 (now ARTICLE 108). If such a decision is taken before the date of accession, the decision will only come into effect upon the date of accession. 3. Agriculture (a)) the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union, section III of part three, agriculture and fisheries 1. National reserve that to date have been set up in Croatia, on the basis of its policy to support the market, taking over the Union, according to the value determined by the application of article 4, paragraph 1 (d)) and annex VIII to Commission Regulation (EC) No 884/2006 of 21 June 2006 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No 1290/2005 as regards public storage measures by the European agricultural guarantee fund (EAGF), and public storage transactions to be posted to the Member States ' paying agencies 20. The said stocks shall be taken over only when the public intervention for the products in question are applicable in the EU and if the reserve corresponds to the requirements of the Union intervention. 2. For all reserves, both private and public — at the date of accession in Croatia are in free circulation and which exceeds the quantity which can be considered as a normal transfer of reserves, Croatia shall contribute to the general budget of the European Union. The amount of payment shall be fixed at such a level, to take into account the costs related to the effects of the agricultural product markets, causing excess reserves. Excess product reserve level is determined for each individual product, respecting the particularities and the relevant market, as well as Union law relating to it. 3. the Advance referred to in paragraph 1 shall be deducted from the quantity of reserves that exceed the normal takeover. 4. the Commission shall implement and apply 1 to 3 the measures set out in paragraph in accordance with the procedure provided for in article 41 of Council Regulation (EC) No 1290/2005 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 of Council Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007, or the relevant Committee procedure as provided for in the applicable legislation. (b)) the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union, the third part of title VII, Chapter 1, rules on competition without prejudice to the procedures concerning existing aid provided for in article 108 of the TFEU, the support systems and individual aid granted to activities related to LES and ARTICLES for the products listed in annex I, other than the fisheries products and their processed products – the production of, and trade in, the implementation of which in Croatia before the date of accession and which is in force after that date under the conditions set out below be considered existing aid ARTICLE 108. within the meaning of article: — aid measures notified to the Commission within the period of four months from the date of accession. Such notification shall contain information on the legal basis of each measure. For existing aid measures and plans, which provides for the grant or alter AIDS communicated prior to the date of accession, the Commission considers that they announced the date of accession. The Commission shall publish a list of such support measures. The following support measures for three years after the date of accession shall be regarded as "existing" aid WITHIN 108. within the meaning of article. Three years from the date of accession, Croatia, where necessary, amend these aid measures in order to ensure compliance with the directives of the Commission guidelines. After that date, any aid found to be incompatible with those guidelines shall be considered as new aid. 4. fisheries treaty on the functioning of the European Union, the third part of title VII, Chapter 1, rules on competition without prejudice to the procedures concerning existing aid provided for in article 108 of the TFEU, such aid schemes and individual aid granted to activities related to LES and ARTICLES listed in annex I of the fishery products and their processed products production and trade, whose implementation in Croatia before the date of accession and which is in force after that date under the conditions set out below be considered existing aid ARTICLE 108. within the meaning of article: — aid measures notified to the Commission within the period of four months from the date of accession. Such notification shall contain information on the legal basis of each measure. For existing aid measures and plans, which provides for the grant or alter AIDS communicated prior to the date of accession, the Commission considers that they announced the date of accession. The Commission shall publish a list of such support measures. The following support measures for three years after the date of accession shall be regarded as "existing" aid WITHIN 108. within the meaning of article. Three years from the date of accession, Croatia, where necessary, amend these aid measures in order to ensure compliance with the directives of the Commission guidelines. After that date, any aid found to be incompatible with those guidelines shall be considered as new aid. 5. Customs Union Treaty on the functioning of the European Union, the third part of title II — free movement of goods, Chapter 1 — the Customs Union 31992 R 2913: Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of 12 October 1992 establishing the Community Customs Code (OJ L 302, 19.10.1992, p. 1) 31993 R 2454: Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2454/1993 of 2 July 1993 laying down provisions for the implementation of Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 establishing the Community Customs Code (OJ L 253 , 11.10.1993, p. 1) Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 and Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 shall apply to Croatia, subject to the following specific provisions. Proof of STATUS of the Union (Trade Union extended) 1. Without prejudice to Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92, article 20, goods which on the date of accession in the enlarged Union are in temporary storage, or in respect of which the implementation of the customs arrangements or procedures provided for in article 4 of that regulation 15) paragraph 16, point (b)) or to (h)), or that the enlarged Union being transported then been the subject of export formalities, are exempt from customs duties and other customs measures when placing its free circulation in the enlarged Union, presentation of any of the following: (a) proof of preferential origin certificate), issued before the date of accession in accordance with SAN; (b)) one of Commission Regulation No 2454/93 (EEC) referred to in article 314 c status of the Union representations; c) ATA Carnet, which was issued prior to the date of accession in a present Member State or in Croatia. 2. Issuing a) in paragraph 1 (b) Attestation referred to in paragraph, where reference is made to the State at the date of accession, and in addition to Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92, article 4, point 7, ' Community goods ' means goods:-which have been wholly obtained in Croatia under conditions which comply with Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92, article 23 contains the conditions, and that does not include the goods imported from other countries or territories; -imported from countries or territories other than that of Croatia, and released for free circulation in Croatia; or-that Croatia obtained or produced either solely from goods referred to in the second indent or from the first and second indents of the goods. 3. the examination of paragraph 1 (a)), the proof referred to in the provisions on the definition of "originating goods" and SAN for methods of administrative cooperation. Requests the following subsequent verification of the proof of the current Member States and Croatia's competent customs authorities three years after the issue of the proof of origin or preparation, and the authorities following requests can be submitted three years after receipt of the proofs of origin in relation to the Declaration of entry for free circulation. PREFERENTIAL origin (trade with third countries, including Turkey, under the PREFERENTIAL agreements on agriculture, coal and steel products) 4. Without prejudice to the application of any measure deriving from the common commercial policy, proof of origin adopted in Croatia that third countries issued or made under the preferential agreements concluded by Croatia with these third countries, provided that: (a)) on the basis of the preferential tariff measures, laid down in agreements and arrangements concluded by the Union with these third countries or group of third countries or adopted, relating to the acquisition of such origin confers preferential tariff treatment, as provided for in Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92, article 20 paragraph 3 (d)), and (e)); (b)) the proof of origin and the transport documents were issued or made out no later than the day before the date of accession; and (c)) the proof of origin is submitted to the Customs authorities within the period of four months from the date of accession.  If the goods are declared for release for free circulation before the date of accession in Croatia, Croatia can accept the proof of origin issued retrospectively or prepared under preferential agreements that Croatia is in force on the date on which the goods are released for free circulation, provided that it is submitted to the Customs authorities within the period of four months from the date of accession. 5. Croatia is authorised to retain the authorisations with which the status of "approved exporters" under agreements concluded with third countries, provided that: (a) a) such a provision is also provided for in the agreements or arrangements entered into by the EU before the date of accession is concluded with the third countries or group of third countries or adopted in respect of them; and (b)) the approved exporters apply the rules of origin provided for in those agreements or arrangements. At the latest one year after the date of accession of Croatia these permissions are replaced by new authorisations issued under the law of the Union. 6. checking the proofs referred to in paragraph 4, the provisions concerning the definition of "originating goods" and methods of administrative cooperation laid down in the agreements or arrangements. Requests for such further proof of origin check the current Member States and Croatia's competent customs authorities three years after the issue of the proof of origin or preparation, and the authorities following requests can be submitted three years after receipt of the proofs of origin in relation to the Declaration of entry for free circulation. 7. Without prejudice to the application of any measure deriving from the common commercial policy, such proofs of origin in third countries issued or made out retrospectively under preferential agreements or arrangements concluded by the Union with third countries, or adopted in respect of those, Croatia adopted the release for free circulation of goods which on the date of accession are either in transport or in temporary storage, in a customs warehouse or free zone in one of the following third countries or in Croatia provided that at the time when the transport documents were issued, for Croatia to a third country was not in force, the free trade agreement on the goods concerned, and if: (a)) on the basis of the preferential tariff measures, laid down in agreements and arrangements concluded by the Union with third countries, or group of third countries or adopted, relating to the acquisition of such origin confers preferential tariff treatment, as provided for in Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92, article 20 paragraph 3 (d)), and (e)); (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, retrospectively is submitted to the Customs authorities within the period of four months from the date of accession. 8. checking the proofs referred to in paragraph 7, the provisions on the definition of "originating goods" and methods of administrative cooperation laid down in the agreements or arrangements. Proof of status under the provisions on free CIRCULATION for industrial products to the EU-Turkey Customs Union 9. proofs of origin issued by or prepared either Turkey or Croatia under preferential trade agreements applicable between them, and which in relation to the goods concerned shall prohibit any customs duty drawback or exemption from those respective countries accepted as proof of status under the provisions on industrial products for free circulation provided for in the EC-Turkey Association Council decision No 1/95 of 22 December 1995 on the final phase of the Customs Union was the introduction of 22 (hereinafter ' decision No 1/95 "), if: (a)) the proof of origin and the transport documents were issued or made out no later than the day before the date of accession; and (b)) the proof of origin is submitted to the Customs authorities within the period of four months from the date of accession. If the goods are declared for release for free circulation in Turkey or Croatia before the date of accession pursuant referred to in the first subparagraph, the preferential agreements may also accept proof of origin issued retrospectively, or prepared in accordance with those agreements, provided that they are submitted to the Customs authorities within the period of four months from the date of accession. 10. checking the proofs referred to in paragraph 9, shall apply the rules on "originating" products "and methods of administrative cooperation set out in the relevant preferential agreements. Requests the following subsequent verification of the proof of the current Member States and Croatia's competent customs authorities three years after the issue of the proof of origin or preparation, and the authorities following requests can be submitted three years after the adoption of the proof of origin in the context of the Declaration of entry for free circulation. 11. Without prejudice to the application of any measure deriving from the common commercial policy, such A.TR goods transport permits issued in accordance with the provisions of the industrial product for free circulation laid down in decision No 1/95, Croatia adopted the release for free circulation of goods which on the date of accession are either in transport after having been the subject of export formalities within the Union or in Turkey, or Turkey or Croatia are in temporary storage or placed under a customs procedure referred to in Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92, article 4, paragraph 16) and (h)), if: (a)) for the goods not referred to in paragraph 9 shall be submitted proof of origin; (b)) the goods comply with the conditions for the implementation of the rules on the free movement of industrial products; (c)) the transport documents were issued no later than the day before the date of accession; and (d)) A.TR a movement permit is submitted to the Customs authorities within the period of four months from the date of accession. 12. checking the A.TR referred to in paragraph 11 the movement authorization, subject to the rules on the carriage of goods in A.TR issue and the methods of administrative cooperation laid down in the EC-Turkey customs co-operation Committee in decision No 1/2006 (26 July 2006) laying down detailed rules for the application of the EC-Turkey Association Council Decision No 1/95 of the īstenošanai23. 13. Customs procedures  Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92, article 4, point (b)) to 16 h) referred to temporary storage and customs procedures started prior to accession, completed or implemented in accordance with the law of the Union. If, on completion of the procedure or discharge a customs debt is incurred, the amount of import duties to be paid shall be that in force during a customs debt is incurred in accordance with the common customs tariff and the amount paid shall be considered as own resources of the Union. 14. the procedure for entry to a customs warehouse, provided for in Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 and 98 84.90.113. up to, as well as in article of Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 to article 496.535, Croatia shall apply, having regard to the following specific provisions: – If the amount of the customs debt shall be determined on the basis of import goods features, and if the Declaration of goods procedure is approved before the date of accession then import the tariff classification of goods, quantity, origin and customs value at the time when they applied the procedure established under the legislation of Croatia, on the date on which the Customs authorities accept the Declaration. 15. the procedures for inward processing laid down in the Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 84.90.114 to 129 and article, as well as Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 496 to 523 and 536. to article 550, Croatia shall apply, having regard to the following specific provisions: – If the amount of the customs debt shall be determined on the basis of import goods features, and if the Declaration of goods procedure is approved before the date of accession then import the tariff classification of goods, quantity, origin and customs value at the time when they applied the procedure established under the legislation of Croatia, on the date on which the Customs authorities accept the Declaration; -If the result of the completion of the procedure for the customs debt is incurred, in order to ensure equality between Member States, allow the current registered owners and owners in Croatia-about import duty from the date of accession to pay under Union law, compensatory interest; -If the Declaration for inward processing was approved under the drawback system, the drawback of Croatia carried out at its own expense and in accordance with the laws of the Union, where the customs debt in respect of which the refund is requested, is incurred before the date of accession. 16. the procedures for temporary importation, provided for in the Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 84.90.137. Article 144 and up, as well as Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 496 to 523 and 553 to 584..., Croatia shall apply article, taking into account the following specific provisions: – If the amount of the customs debt shall be determined on the basis of import goods features, and if the Declaration of goods procedure is approved before the date of accession then import the tariff classification of goods, quantity, origin and customs value at the time when they applied the procedure established under the legislation of Croatia, on the date on which the Customs authorities accept the Declaration; -If the result of the completion of the procedure for the customs debt is incurred, in order to ensure equality between in the present Member States registered permit holders and owners in Croatia-about import duty to be paid from the date of accession in accordance with Union law, compensatory interest. 17. the procedures for the outward processing arrangements provided for in Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 84.145.90. and to article 160, as well as Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 496 to 523 and article 585 to 592, Croatia shall apply, having regard to the following specific provisions:-Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93, Article 591, second paragraph shall apply mutatis mutandis to temporary export goods before the date of accession, which temporarily exported from Croatia. Other provisions 18.  Permission, before the date of accession by Croatia has granted the Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92, article 4 (d)), paragraph 16 (e)) and (g)) referred to the use of the customs procedure, or article 5, paragraph 2, the status of authorised economic operator is valid until it expires, or one year after the date of accession, whichever expires earlier. 19. the procedures related to the incurrence of a customs debt, entry and recovery after customs clearance and for Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 to article 201.232 and Commission Regulation (EEC) 2454/93, Article 859-876, Croatia shall apply, having regard to the following specific provisions: – recovery shall be effected under the legislation of the Union. However, where the customs debt was incurred before the date of accession, recovery shall be effected in Croatia and under conditions which was in force in Croatia before accession. 20. the procedures regarding the customs tax rebate and exemption, provided for in Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92, article 235 to 242, and of Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 877. to article 912, Croatia shall apply, having regard to the following specific provisions: – repayment exemption and implemented in accordance with the Union's legal conditions. However, in cases where the tax in respect of which the repayment or remission application contact, is connected with the customs debt incurred before the date of accession, tax refunds and exemptions implemented in Croatia for its own account and under conditions which was in force in Croatia before accession. Appendix IV of the list of existing aid measures referred to in section 2 (' competition policy ') for the existing aid system in paragraph 1 (b)) Note: when applying the existing aid system set out in section 2 of this appendix the aid measures listed are considered existing aid only in so far as the subject of the first part of that system.
Registration No. Name (original language), the Croatian competition agency approval date duration MS Nr. Year HR 1. 2011. we zonam Zakon o slobodn (NN 44/96, 92/05 i 85/08) 17.6.2008. 31.12.2016. HR 3. Zakon o Hrvatskoj radiotelevizij 2011 (NN 137/10) 21.10.2010. Not specific to HR 4. 2011. otvorenost in the Odluk o Zračn u razdoblj d.o.o. Osijek Luke od 2009. do 13, od 20 veljač honours 2009.24. i travnj 2009 11-12 May 2009. 31.12.2013 HR 5. the nakladništv financiranj program 2011 od 2011. do 13 10.2.2011. 31.12.2013 HR 6. Naknadn of the odobrenj 2011 potpor poduzetnik of the Rockwool državnih Adriatic d.o.o. 30.12.2010.31 December 2015. HR 9. 2011. Zakon o znanstvenoj the obrazovanj of okom (NN 123/03, 198/03, 105/04, 174/04, 46/07) 1.2.2007. 31.12.2014. HR 10. 2011. obvez in otvorenost in Odluk o Zračn in Rijeka d.o.o. za javn Luke zračn in the u razdoblj od prome 2010. do 2014, od 25. siječnj. 3.2010 studenog 2010 10.3.2011. 31.12.2014. of the Act of accession annex v: list referred to in article 18: 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 Directive 2001/83/EC on the quality, safety and efficiency requirements, the products not covered by article 3, paragraph 1, of the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation (EC) No 726/2004 of 31 March 2004 laying down for the authorisation and supervision of medicinal products for human and veterinary use Community procedures and establishing a European Medicines Agency 24, and which are included in the list (in Appendix to this annex as submitted by Croatia under Croatian law) legislation before the date of accession granted the marketing authorisation shall remain valid until they are renewed in accordance with the Union's acquis, or four years after the date of accession, whichever expires earlier. On the marketing authorisations covered by this derogation does not apply mutual recognition in Member States before these drugs are not authorised in accordance with Directive 2001/83/EC. National marketing authorisations in accordance with the national legislation granted before accession and not covered by this derogation, and every new marketing authorization from the date of accession in compliance with Directive 2001/83/EC. 2. Freedom of movement for persons Treaty on the functioning of the European Union L 0071 31996: Directive 96/71/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 1996 concerning the posting of workers in the framework 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: European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 (2011-5 April) on the free movement of workers within the Union (OJ L 141 , 27.5.2011, p. 1) 1. as regards the freedom of movement of workers and freedom to provide services related to the work of the temporary movement of workers as defined in Directive 96/71/EC article 1, article 45 TFEU and article 56 of the first part of the relations between the Croatian on the one hand, and each present Member States, on the other hand, fully apply only light 2 to 13 points to the transitional provisions. 2. by way of derogation from Regulation (EC) No 492/2011 article 1 to 6, the present Member States two years after the date of accession will apply national measures, or those resulting from bilateral agreements, regulating access to Croatian nationals labour markets in these countries. The present Member States may continue to apply such measures until five years after the date of accession. Croatia's accession nationals who legally working in a present Member State and following accession for an uninterrupted period of 12 months or longer have legitimate access to the labour market of that Member State, will retain access to the labour market of other Member States but not to the labour market Member States applying national measures. Croatian nationals following accession for an uninterrupted period of 12 months or longer have access to the labour market of a present Member State also has the same rights. The second and third part of Croatia listed in the nationals lose in these parts that the rights contained in those subparagraphs if they voluntarily leave the labour market of the present Member State in question. The second and the third part is not of 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 have access to the labour market of that Member State for a period of less than 12 months. 3. Before expiry of the period of two years from the date of accession, the Council shall, on the basis of a Commission report, the report provided for in paragraph 2 of the transitional rules. After that review, and no later than the expiry of a period of two years from the date of accession, the present Member States shall notify the Commission whether they will continue to implement the relevant national measures, or those resulting from bilateral agreements, or continue to apply the Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 article 1 to 6. If such a message is not delivered, the Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 article 1 to 6. 4. at the request of Croatia, you can take one additional review. Apply the procedure set out in paragraph 3, and review completed within six months of receipt of the request of Croatia. 5. Member States shall continue to implement the relevant national measures, or those resulting from bilateral agreements, referred to in paragraph 2 of the five-year period can end-if there are serious disturbances on its labour market, or their possibility, and notified to the Commission beforehand-to continue to apply these measures, seven years after the date of accession. If such a message is not delivered, the Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 article 1 to 6. 6. the seven year period following the date of accession, those Member States which, in accordance with the 3, 4 or 5 in respect of Croatia nationals of Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 article 1 to 6, and that during that period the Croatian nationals accounting purposes, the work permit is issued, the permit will be issued automatically. 7. Member States according to the 3, 4 or 5 on the Croatian nationals of Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 article 1 to 6 until the end of the period of seven years from the date of accession, you can use the second and the third part sets out procedures. If a Member State referred to in the first subparagraph undergoes or foresees disturbances on its labour market which could seriously threaten the standard of living or level of employment in a given region or occupation, that Member State shall inform the Commission and the other Member States thereof and shall supply them with all relevant information. Based on this information, the Member State may request the Commission to determine that the provisions of Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 until 1 article 6 application fully or partially suspended for a given region or occupation to restore the normal situation. On the application of the suspension and the duration and scope of the Commission shall decide, no later than two weeks following the receipt of the request and communicate its decision to the Council. Any Member State may, within two weeks of the date of the Commission's decision to request the Council to withdraw or amend the decision. On such requests within two weeks, the Council shall act by a qualified majority. In urgent and exceptional cases referred to in the first subparagraph, a Member State may suspend the Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 article 1 to 6, immediately after submitting to the Commission a reasoned ex-post notification. 8. While under the 2 through 5 and section 7 of the regulation is suspended (EU) No 492/1-2011 application of article 6, in respect of the current Croatian nationals and in the present Member States as regards nationals of Croatia applies Directive 2004/38/EC article 23, taking into account the following conditions, in so far as it relates to workers ' family members ' rights to work in paid employment:-the worker's spouse and their descendants under the age of 21 years or dependants that together with the accession day of workers legally residing in a Member State, after accession has immediate access to the labour market in that Member State. This does not apply to the employees ' family members with access to the labour market of that Member State is allowed for a period up to 12 months; -the worker's spouse and their descendants under the age of 21 years or are dependants, which together with workers legally residing in a Member State from the date following the date of accession, but during the period of the application of the transitional provisions laid down above the rules, access to the labour market of that Member State as soon as they have been living for at least 18 months in the Member State concerned or the third year following the date of accession, depending on that period is in the past. These provisions are without prejudice to more favourable measures whether national or resulting from the bilateral agreements. 9. If some of the provisions of Directive 2004/38/EC regulations transposing the provisions of Council Directive 68/360/EEC of 15 October 1968 on the abolition of restrictions for workers of Member States and their families movement and residence within the community, it is not possible to distinguish between 25 to Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 rules which do not apply under the 2 through 5 and 7 through 8 point, then Croatia and the present Member States may derogate from those provisions to the extent that to the extent necessary for the application of 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 points. 10. in all cases when according to the above provisions of the transitional period the present Member States implement national measures, or those resulting from bilateral agreements, Croatia may maintain in force equivalent measures with regard to the Member State or States in question for the nationals. 11. The present Member States, subject to the 2 through 5 and 7 through 9. enforces the point their national measures may, under its law, provide more freedom of movement than exists at the date of accession, including anticipating full access to the labour market. Starting with the third year following the date of accession, any present Member State applying national measures may at any time decide that the place will apply Regulation (EU) No 492/2011 article 1 to 6. Any such decision shall be notified to the Commission. 12. to separate the sensitive service areas German and Austrian labour market prevent serious disturbances or a threat of serious disturbances on the chance that some regions can lead to international service providers, as defined in Directive 96/71/EC and in article 1, in so far as under the above transitional rules for workers in Croatia exercise their national measures, or those resulting from bilateral agreements Germany and Austria may, in advance, informing the Commission thereof, to derogate from article 56 TFEU to in connection with the services, which are provided by companies doing business in Croatia, limited work in the temporary movement of workers whose right to work in Germany and Austria apply internal measures in those countries. Services to which you can apply that derogation are the following: – the German area code NACE (*), unless otherwise specified construction, including related industries 45.1.-4.; Areas of activity listed in Directive 96/71/EC in the annex building cleaning and cleaning 74.70. building cleaning and industrial cleaning other services 74.87 only activities of Interior. (*) NACE: see. 31990 R 3037: Council Regulation (EEC) No 3037/90 of 9 October 1990 on the statistical classification of economic activities in the European Community (OJ L 293, 24.10.1990, p. 1); -in Austria, the area of NACE (*) code, unless otherwise specified 01.41 horticultural services. Stone cutting, processing and finishing 16.6. Metal building and part of the production no 28.11. Construction, including related industries 45.1.-4.; Areas of activity listed in Directive 96/71/EC security activities 74.60 of. Building cleaning and cleaning 74.70. Home nursing 85.14. Social work and activities without accommodations 85.32.
(*) NACE: see. 31990 R 3037: Council Regulation (EEC) No 3037/90 of 9 October 1990 on the statistical classification of economic activities in the European Community (OJ L 293, 24.10.1990, p. 1). To the extent that Germany or Austria in accordance with the first and second part derogating from ARTICLE 56 of the first paragraph of article, Croatia can make equivalent arrangements, for their previously notified to the Commission. The effect of the application of this paragraph shall not result in conditions for the temporary movement of workers in the context of the transnational provision of services between Germany or Austria and Croatia, which are more restrictive than those prevailing on the date of signature of the Treaty of accession. 13. This section 2 to 5 and 7 to 11 set out the effect of the application of the rules should be the conditions for Croatia's national access to current job markets of the Member States which are more restrictive than those prevailing on the date of signature of the Treaty of accession. Without prejudice to paragraphs 1 to 12 of the provisions set out in the application, in all periods, when applying national measures or measures resulting from bilateral agreements, the present Member States relating to access to its job market prefer workers who are nationals of the Member States, rather than workers who are nationals of third countries. Regime applicable to Croatian migrant workers and their families who live and work legally in another Member State, or another Member of the migrant workers and their families who live and work legally in Croatia may not be more restrictive than this regime applicable to third-country workers who live and work in, respectively, in the Member State in question or in Croatia. Furthermore, in application of the principle that the Union is preferred, migrant workers from third countries resident and working in Croatia, must not be treated more favourably than nationals of Croatia. 3. free movement of capital Treaty on European Union and Treaty on the functioning of the European Union, without prejudice to the obligations under the treaties on which the European Union is founded, Croatia seven years after the date of accession may maintain restrictions provided for in the agricultural land Act (OG 151/08) (the version in force on the date of signature of the Treaty of accession), in respect of the purchase of agricultural land by nationals of another Member State of the European economic area agreement (EEZN) a Contracting State nationals and legal persons established in another Member State in accordance with national legislation or EEZN. However, in no case against a Member State's nationals or legal persons who are established in accordance with the legislation of another Member State, the agricultural the acquisition of land in question could not be treated less favourably than to treat the persons concerned at the date of signature of the accession treaty – or treat them more favourable treatment than third-country nationals or legal persons. Self-employed farmers who are nationals of another Member State and wishing to do business and live in Croatia, not to apply the first part or the rules and procedures do not apply to nationals of Croatia. The transitional period for a general review of the measures carried out by the end of the third year following the date of accession. To this end, the Commission shall submit a report to the Council. The Council may, acting unanimously on a proposal from the Commission, decide to shorten or terminate the first advance provided for in the transitional period. If there is sufficient evidence that the end of the transitional period Croatia's agricultural markets, there will be serious disturbances or a threat of serious disturbances in it, the Commission shall, at the request of Croatia shall decide on the extension of the transitional period of three years. Such extension may be extended only to certain particular geographic areas affected. 4. Agriculture I. Transitional measures for Croatia 1.32001 L 0113: Council Directive 2001/113/EC of 20 December 2001 relating to human nutrition fruit jams, jellies and marmalades and sweetened chestnut purée (OJ L 10, 12.1.2002, p. 67) By way of derogation from article 8, the obligation provided for in the Croatian market to market products that are labeled with the name of "domać" marmelad "and the extra domać" marmelad, until the end of the item that was available on the date of accession. 2.32006 R 0510: Council Regulation (EC) No 510/2006 of 20 March 2006 on agricultural products and foodstuffs-geographical indications and designations of origin (OJ L 93, 31.3.2006, p. 12 and OJ L 335 m, 13.12.2008, p. 213) (a) of article 5 of the regulation) point 8 of the second paragraph shall be replaced by the following: "Bulgaria, Romania and Croatia implements those laws, regulations and administrative provisions at the latest one year after the date of accession. '. (b) of article 5 of the regulation) point 11 is replaced by the following: "11. as regards Bulgaria, Romania and Croatia to accession of existing geographical indications and designations of origin of State protection can continue for twelve months after the date of accession. '. 3.32007 R 1234: Commission Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 of 22 October 2007 establishing a common organisation of agricultural markets and on specific provisions for certain agricultural products (single CMO Regulation) (OJ L 299, 16.11.2007, p. 1) (a) of regulation 118 m) the following paragraph shall be added: ' 5. By way of derogation from paragraphs 1 to 4, Croatia Croatia can be placed on the market or export to third countries under the title "wine-vino portugizac Mlada" while stocks last, which exist on the date of accession. Croatia a computerised database with information about the date of existing items and ensure that these items are tested and declared to the Commission. ". (b) article 118 of Regulation s) the following paragraph shall be added: "5. For Croatia, wine names published on 14 April 2011-OJ C 116, is protected in accordance with this regulation, if the procedure has a favorable result. The Commission shall record them in article 118 n case. 2. This article shall apply to paragraph 4 with the following: 3. the time limit referred to in paragraph is one year following the date of accession of Croatia; 4. the time limit referred to in paragraph 1 shall be four years after the date of accession of Croatia. ". 4. R-32009 0073: Council Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 (2009, January 19) establishing common rules for direct support schemes under the common agricultural policy and establishing certain support schemes for farmers, and amending Regulation (EC) No 1290/2005, (EC) no 247/2006, (EC) No 378/2007 and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003 (OJ L 30, 31.1.2009, p. 16) (a)) by way of derogation from Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 article 4 provided for in paragraph 1, the obligation to comply with the regulations in annex II These statutory management requirements, farmers in Croatia who receive direct payments annex II, points (A), (B) and (C) set out in the statutory management requirements are included in the scope of cross compliance in accordance with the following timetable: (A) point – from 1 January 2014; in the case of (B), from January 1, 2016; with regard to point (C), from January 1, 2018. (b)) of Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 title V Chapter 1 in the following chapter title shall be inserted and the article: "Chapter 1 a single payment scheme article 121 of the single payment scheme in Croatia Croatia 31 December 2013 are not required to apply 4., 5., 23., 24., and article 25, in so far as those provisions relate to statutory management requirements. Farmers in Croatia receive payments under the single payment scheme referred to in annex II statutory management requirements from 1 January 2014 to be followed according to the following schedule: (a) the requirements referred to in) in point A of annex II shall apply from 1 January 2014; (b)) referred to in point (B) of annex II shall apply from 1 January 2016; (c)) the requirements referred to in point C of annex II shall apply from 1 January 2018. " II. the transitional tariff quota for raw cane sugar for refining for the Croatia reserves autonomous erga omnes annual import quota of 40 000 tonnes of raw cane sugar for refining shall, for a period not exceeding three marketing years following Croatia's EU accession, the fixing of the import levy of EUR 98.00 per tonne. If, in accordance with the General Agreement on tariffs and trade to deal with Article XXIV 6 negotiations with other World Trade Organization member States for compensatory adjustment after accession of Croatia will be reached to open the compensatory quotas of sugar before the end of the transitional period, the quotas allocated to Croatia, 40 000 tonnes in full or part cease to apply when the compensation will open sugar quota. The Commission shall adopt the necessary implementing measures, in accordance with the procedure referred to in Council Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 article 195, paragraph 2 in relation to the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) No 182/2011 article 13, paragraph 1 (b)). III. Temporary direct payment rules for Croatia, the farmers direct payments granted reimbursement for 2013 will be held, provided that Croatia prior to the application of the rules, which are identical to the rules in respect of such direct payments is provided in Council Regulation (EC) No 73/2009, as well as in Commission Regulation (EC) no 1120/2009 of 29 October 2009 laying down detailed rules for the the implementation of the single payment scheme provided for in title III of Council Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 establishing common rules for direct support schemes under the common agricultural policy and establishing certain support schemes for lauksaimniekiem26, Commission Regulation (EC) no 1121/2009 of 29 October 2009 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 IV and V under the rules for the application of the aid schemes for farmers 27 and Commission Regulation (EC) no 1122/2009 of 30 November 2009 laying down detailed rules for implementing Council Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 as regards cross-compliance, modulation and the integrated administration and control system in accordance with that regulation provided for direct support schemes for farmers, as well as for the implementation of Council Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 with regard to cross-compliance in accordance with the wine sector support provided for shēmu28. 5. Food safety, veterinary and phytosanitary policy. 31999 L 0074 I laying hens: Council 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 Council Directive 1999/74/EC article 6, for Croatia to accession laying hens, which are used for the production of eggs can be kept in cages that do not meet the requirements set out in that article, the structural requirements. Croatia shall ensure that such cage is no longer used, not later than 12 months after accession. In enriched cages not laid eggs are placed only on the national market in Croatia. Such eggs and their packaging are clearly indicated with a special marking, allowing you to make the necessary controls. This particular label clear description shall communicate to the Commission not later than one year prior to accession. URII.UZ HOSPITALITY STRUCTURES (meat, milk, fish and animal by-products sector) 32004 R 0852: regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 852/2004 of 29 April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs (OJ L 139, 30.4.2004, p. 1). 32004 R 0853: regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 853/2004 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: European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1069/2009 of 21 October 2009 laying down health rules as regards animal by-products and derived products not intended for human consumption and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 (animal by-products regulation) (OJ L 300, 14.11.2009, p. 1) 1. structural requirements laid down: (a)) the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 852/2004:-chapter II of annex II, b) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 853/2004:-annex III, section I, chapters II and III, the annex II section III-chapters II and III,-annex III, title V, chapter I; (c)) the Commission Regulation (EU) No 142/2011 (2011 25th February), implementing European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1069/2009 laying down health rules as regards animal by-products and derived products not intended for human consumption and Council Directive 97/78/EC with regard to certain practices and goods which are not on the border veterinary checks carried out under that direktīvai29 :-in chapter I of annex IV-IX in chapters I, II and III of the annex,-annex X, chapters I and II, and-annex XIII, Croatia does not apply to certain meat, dairy, fish and animal by-products sector companies until 2015 December 31 in accordance with the provisions set out below. 2. As long as the companies referred to in paragraph 1 of this paragraph, products originating from those establishments, regardless of the day of trading are placed on the market only in the Croatian national market or third-country markets in accordance with the relevant EU legislation or used for further processing in establishments in Croatia, which also applies to paragraph 1. 3. food produced in establishments referred to in paragraph 1, give health or identification mark that differs from the one that defined in Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 article 5. Such a different health or identification marks a clear description, shall notify the Commission not later than one year before the date of accession. 4. in this part, paragraphs 2 and 3 shall also apply to all products originating from integrated meat, dairy or seafood establishments, where a part of the establishment in paragraph 1. 5. Croatia continuously monitors the State of the implementation of the programme of upgrading and provide the Commission with annual plan of progress in this area. Croatia shall ensure that each of these companies is developing a separate plan with deadlines for modernisation of the structural repair requirements and that it is made available on request to the Commission. 6. the Commission shall in good time before accession referred to in paragraph 1 shall draw up a list of companies. This list includes the public, and each company's name and address. 7. Croatia ensures that companies that expired by the date of accession not achieved full compliance with the acquis of the EU food safety, unless they are subject to the provisions of the transitional measures. 8. implementing rules intended to ensure the effective application of the transitional arrangements under Regulation (EC) No 852/2004 and (EC) No 853/2004, may be adopted in accordance with the second subparagraph of article 12 and the second paragraph of article 9. 9. implementing rules intended to ensure the effective application of the transitional arrangements in relation to Regulation (EC) no 1069/2009, may be adopted in accordance with article 52 of that Regulation (4). III. 32002 L 0053 seed: Council Directive 2002/53/EC of 13 June 2002 on agricultural plants in the common catalogue of varieties (OJ L 193, 20.7.2002, p. 1). 32002 L 0055: Council Directive 2002/55/EC of 13 June 2002 on the marketing of vegetable seed (OJ L 193, 20.7.2002, p. 33) Croatia can by 2014 31 December to postpone directives 2002/53/EC article 4 and paragraph 1 of Directive 2002/55/EC article 4, paragraph 1 of the application in its territory in relation to the marketing of seed of the varieties in their territory which are covered by the Croatian in the varieties of agricultural plant species and vegetable species in the national catalogues of varieties that are not officially approved in accordance with the directives. During that period, such seeds are not sold on the territory of other Member States. IV. 31997 L 0078: UMA Not Council Directive 97/78/EC of 18 December 1997 laying down the principles governing the organisation of veterinary checks on products entering the community from third countries (OJ L 24, 30.1.1998, p. 9) Article 1 of the directive shall be replaced by the following: "article 1 1. veterinary checks for products from third countries introduced into one of the territories listed in annex I, Member States shall take, in accordance with this directive, and in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 of 29 April 2004 on official controls performed to ensure the verification of compliance with feed and food law, animal health and animal welfare rules *. 2. By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the consignments of products which are transported from the territory of Croatia and is in transit through the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina Not universe ("non universe corridor") before entering the territory of Croatia through Kleks or Zaton Dol points, may be exempt from veterinary checks, unless they meet the following requirements: (a)) before the date of accession, or Croatian No universe corridor North and South of the point of entry equipment training of staff and provides the requirements referred to in this paragraph; (b)) provides that: (i) Croatia) for the transport of the consignment, used only in closed vehicles; (ii) for the carriage of the shipment of used) vehicles before um corridor crossing with sealing the particular numbered seals; (iii)) is created in the registry that indicates precisely which numbered seals are attached to vehicles, and which allow to carry out the necessary checks; (iv)) in order to be able to calculate the total transit time, record the date and time of departure from the territory of Croatia and again drove into vehicles carrying consignments; (c)) provides that Croatia will not allow the import of a consignment of repeated Croatian territory, if: (i) the seal is broken) or change the universe Not corridor transit time; and/or (ii)), the total transit time, taking into account the common transit length, significantly exceed the total transit time, unless the competent authority has carried out an assessment of the risks to animal and human health and, based on this evaluation, has adopted effective, proportionate and targeted measures; d) Croatia and regularly inform the Commission of any non-compliance with any of the b) requirements and the measures it has taken in accordance with subparagraph (c)); (e)) where applicable in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 29, shall take a decision to suspend or revoke the derogation from paragraph 1 of this article; f) where necessary, in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 29, may adopt detailed rules for the application of this paragraph. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ * OJ L 165, 30.4.2004, p. 1.
  6.32006 R 1967 fisheries: Council Regulation (EC) no 1967/2006 of 21 December 2006 concerning the Mediterranean of the sustainable exploitation of fisheries resources management measures and amending Regulation (EEC) No 2847/93 and (EC) no 973/2001 and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1626/94 (OJ L 409, 30.12.2006, p. 11; corrected version in OJ L 36, 8.2.2007, p. 6) (a)) by way of derogation from article 13, paragraph 1 and 2. , depth up to 50 meters, ships which are registered and operating in the region of Rietumistrij, on a temporary basis until 30 June 2014, is allowed to use bottom trawls at a distance from the coast that is not less than 1.5 nautical miles. This exemption applies to the region is referred to as Rietumistrij and define the geographical coordinates of the point of φ = λ = 44.52135 and 14.29244 to the North with the line and the line to the West. Vessels of overall length less than 15 metres in depth exceeding 50 meters, Croatia provisionally until 30 June 2014 to authorize the use of bottom trawls in the distance from the coast that is at least 1 nautical mile, keeping all other territorial and time limits that apply on the date of accession. (b)) by way of derogation from article 17, paragraph 1 for a limited number of vessels that are in non-commercial fishing in a special category of "small-scale non-industrial fishing for personal use" and no more than 2000 vessels until 2014. December 31, permission to use a maximum of 200 meters in gill nets, provided that continue to meet all the other restrictions applicable at the date of accession. No later than the date of accession, Croatia shall submit to the Commission the list of vessels for which this transition period, including their characteristics and capabilities, expressed in GT and kW. 7. TRANSPORT policy 1.31992 R 3577: Council Regulation (EEC) No 3577/92 of 7 December 1992 applying the principle of freedom to provide services to maritime transport within Member States (maritime cabotage) (OJ L 364, 12.12.1992, p. 7) Article 6 of the regulation, the following points shall be added: "4. By way of derogation from article 4, paragraph 1, second subparagraph, the public service contracts concluded before the date of accession of Croatia may apply until 2016 December 31. 5. By way of derogation from article 1, paragraph 1, 2014 31 December cruise service between the ports of Croatia with a carrying capacity of vessels smaller than 650 gross tonnes, can carry only ships which are registered in and fly the Croatian flag of Croatia, used by the shipping company, established in accordance with the Croatian legislation and whose principal place of business is and the actual control is implemented in Croatia. 6. By way of derogation from article 1, paragraph 1, and for a transitional period until 2014 31 December, the Commission, on a reasoned request of a Member State, May 30 working days after the receipt of the request to decide that a ship to which paragraph 5 of this article describes, the derogation may not provide cruise services between ports in certain areas in Member States other than Croatia, if it turns out that these services seriously disturbs or threatens to disturb seriously the area of the internal market in transport. If, after 30 working days the Commission has not taken a decision, the Member State concerned has the right to apply safeguard measures until the Commission takes a decision. In exceptional cases a Member State may unilaterally determine the appropriate interim measures may remain in effect for no longer than three months. The Member State concerned shall forthwith inform the Commission thereof. These measures, the Commission may cancel or confirm them until a final decision is taken. Member States shall be informed about it. ". 2.32009 R 1072: European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1072/2009 of 21 October 2009 on common rules for access to the international road haulage market (recast) (OJ L 300, 14.11.2009, p. 72) By way of derogation from Regulation (EC) no 1072/2009 article 8, the following provisions shall apply:-for two years from the date of accession of Croatia to companies doing business in Croatia, has refused to carry out cabotage in the other Member States; – two years from the date of accession of Croatia in the other Member States may notify the Commission whether they plan to companies doing business in Croatia, for a maximum period of two years referred to in the first indent to prolong the transitional period, or are planning to apply article 8. If such notification, article 8 shall apply; -any of the present Member States within two years from the date of accession of Croatia may at any time announce the intention of the Commission to companies doing business in Croatia, to apply article 8; -cabotage in Croatia can only be performed by a carrier established in the Member States with regard to undertakings established in Croatia, of article 8 shall apply; -four years from the date of accession of Croatia, any Member State that applied article 8, if reinforced expanded shipping resulting in the national market or part of a serious disorder, for example, offers a significant advantage, compared with the request or are at risk of a significant number of road haulage undertakings, the financial stability or existence, may request the Commission to fully or partially suspend the application of article 8 of the companies doing business in Croatia. In such a case, article 10 shall apply. Member States applying the first subparagraph, first and second indents above, transitional measures can be — gradually and under bilateral agreements concluded with Croatia-Exchange cabotage authorisations. The first and second part of the said transitional provisions may not be road access to cabotage in Croatia in other Member States to restrict more of the conditions in force on the date of signature of the Treaty of accession. 8. taxation 1.31992 L 0079: Council Directive 92/79/EEC of 19 October 1992 on the approximation of taxes on cigarettes (OJ L 316, 31.10.1992, p. 8). Article 2 of the directive in paragraph 2 the following subparagraph shall be added: "Croatia transitional period to 2017 granted December 31 to comply with the first and second part of such requirements. However, from 1 January 2014, the excise duty may not be less than EUR 77 per 1000 cigarettes irrespective of the weighted average retail selling price. ". 2.32006 L 0112: Council Directive 2006/112/EC of 28 November 2006 on the common system of value added tax (OJ L 347, 11.12.2006, p. 1) (a) of article 13 of the directive) point 2 shall be replaced by the following: "2. the Member States of such public law actions, which are exempt from tax under 132.135.136, 371, and article 374 to 377, 378, paragraph 2 of article by paragraph 2 of article 379 and 380 to 390 c, may be considered as activities of this structure out as public authorities. ". (b) of the directive, article 80) paragraph 1 (b)) shall be replaced by the following: "(b)) where remuneration is less than the open market value and the recipient does not have the right to deduct VAT under 167.171.173. up up and article 177, and if to the supply of goods or the supply of services exempted in accordance with 132, 135, 136, 371.., 375 376 377, article, and paragraph 2 of article 378 of the by paragraph 2 of article 379 and 380 to 390 c; ". (c)) (a) of article 136 of the directive) shall be replaced by the following: "(a)) the supply of goods which fully uses the activity for which the exemption has been granted under 132, 135, 371, 375, and 377 376. Article, paragraph 2 of article 378, 379. paragraph 2, as well as 380 to 390 c when these goods have not caused the right to deduct;". (d) article 221) point 3 shall be replaced by the following: "3. Member States may release taxable persons from paragraph 1 of article 220 or 220. (a) the obligation provided for in article to issue an invoice for the supply of goods or services, which they carried out in their territory and which, in accordance with article 110.111, 125 and paragraph 1, article 127, article 128, paragraph 1 of article 132, paragraph 1 of article 135. h) to (l)) , 136, 371, 375, and 377 376. article 378. Article 2, paragraph 2 of article 379 and 380-390. (c) is exempt, with deductibility of the VAT paid at the preceding stage or without them. ". (e)) the following article shall be inserted: ' (c) Article 390. In accordance with the conditions which apply in Croatia in its accession, that Member State may continue to apply the exemption for the following transactions: (a) the supply of building land) with or without buildings on it, as referred to in article 135, paragraph 1 (j)) and annex X, part B, paragraph 9, to December 31, 2014; This time limit cannot be extended; (b) international passenger transport) referred to in annex X, part B, paragraph 10, as long as the same exemption is applied in any Member State, which was a Member State of the Union before the accession of Croatia. ". (f) in article 391 of the directive) shall be replaced by the following: ' article 391 Member States which exempt 371, 375, 376..., and article 377, 378. Article 2, paragraph 2 of article 379 and 380-390. transactions referred to in article c, may grant taxable persons the right to choose the opportunity that these transactions are taxed. ". (g)) the title of annex X (respectively, also in the table of contents) is replaced by the following: "list of TRANSACTIONS covered by article 370 and 371. and 375 to 390. (c) the derogations referred to in article". 9. Freedom, security and justice 32006 R 0562: European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 562/2006 of 15 March 2006 establishing a Community code on the rules governing the movement of persons across borders (Schengen borders code) (OJ L 105, 13.4.2006, p. 1) The following article shall be inserted: article 19A "by way of derogation from those provisions of this regulation relating to the crossing point, and until the entry into force of the Council decision on the full application of the provisions of the Schengen acquis in Croatia, in accordance with article 4 of the Act of accession (2), or to the time when this regulation is amended to include the provisions on the common border controls at border crossing points, whichever is the earlier , You can save common Croatia border crossing points at their frontiers with Bosnia and Herzegovina. These common crossing points out of one side border entry and exit checks in the territory of the other party. All the entry and exit checks on the border of Croatia, must take place in accordance with the Union's acquis, including under the Member States ' obligations with regard to international protection and non-refoulement. To this end, where necessary, amend the relevant bilateral agreements establishing the common border crossing points. " 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 trading within the community and amending Council Directive 96/61/EC (OJ L 275, 25.10.2003, p. 32) (a)) for it to include all flights between two Croatian airfields in the territory and all flights between Croatian territory of aerodrome and aerodrome located in a non-EEA Member State (hereinafter "additional activity"), the following measures: (i)) by way of derogation from article 3 (c) of paragraph 2, the period referred to in paragraph 1 of article 13 and begins January 1, 2013, 2014 begins on January 1, with respect to additional aviation activities; (ii)) by way of derogation from article 3 c, paragraph 4, the Commission shall, in accordance with the procedure provided for in paragraph 1 shall decide on the historical aviation emissions in relation to additional aviation activities within six months from the date of accession; III) by way of derogation from article 3 (d) of paragraph 2, from 1 January 2014 the percentage of allowances to be auctioned, the additional aviation activities are part of the quota which limits after the quota is calculated, the number of which is to be distributed free of charge in accordance with article 3 (e). point (d)), and the number of allowances that it is urgent for the special reserve in accordance with article 3; IV) by way of derogation from article 3 (d) of paragraph 3, the Commission shall adopt a decision on aviation emissions emissions from the obvious additional aviation activities 2010 (report) for the year, based on the best available data. From 1 July 2013 has to be adjusted, the number of allowances to be auctioned by Member States, with a total of aviation emissions in the emissions considered to include emissions from the flights made from the Croatian airfield to Croatia reassigned quota auction right in relation to these issues; v) by way of derogation from article 3, paragraph 1, of additional aviation monitoring activities is 2012, and all applications for quota allocation are to be submitted to the competent authorities of Croatia until 31 March 2013. vi) by way of derogation from article 3, paragraph 2, Croatia applications related to additional aviation operations shall be submitted to the Commission until July 1, 2013; VII) by way of derogation from article 3, paragraph 3 of the Commission decision on the matters referred to in (a) to (e) of the directive)) in relation to additional aviation activities adopt up to 2013 and 30 September; VIII) by way of derogation from article 3, paragraph 3, subparagraph (d)), additional aviation activities the number of allowances to be allocated free of charge, calculated by multiplying the specified) benchmarking e with their aviation tonne-kilometre data included in the amount that the Commission, in accordance with article 3 (2) of the applications submitted and which is adapted to take account of the EU emissions trading scheme the average changes in the activity of aviation tonne-kilometres compared to 2010 levels. If necessary, you can apply a single benchmarking the adjustment coefficient to be applied to the Commission; IX) by way of derogation from article 3, paragraph 3, of additional aviation activities referred to in point e) benchmarking is the same as that calculated for the aviation activities covered by the EU emissions trading scheme from 1 January 2012; x) by way of derogation from article 3, point e, allocation date additional aviation activities is 2014 28 February; XI) by way of derogation from article 3 (f), relating to additional aviation activities, any reference to the second calendar year period starting in 2013, is to be understood as a reference to 2014 and every reference to a third calendar year of that period is to be understood as a reference to 2015; XII) by way of derogation from article 14, paragraph 3, of additional aviation activities referred to in that paragraph, the due date is July 1, 2013; XIII) by way of derogation from article 18, paragraph 1, of the administrative responsibilities of the aircraft operator the redistribution of Croatia is carried out in 2014, after the operator has fulfilled obligations to 2013, if the administering authority and the earlier agreed by Croatia on another date, pursuant to the request of the operator, aircraft within six months from the date when the Commission published the updated list of the operators that take account of the accession of Croatia. In this case, the repeated allocation shall take place no later than 2020 for the trading period which begins in the year 2021; XIV) by way of derogation from paragraph 6 of annex I, additional aviation activities include from 1 January 2014. (b)) without prejudice to the derogations mentioned, Croatia shall bring into force the laws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to ensure that Croatia fulfils the directive as from the date of accession in respect of the whole of 2013. 2.32010 R 0920: Commission Regulation (EU) No 920/2010 (7 October) for a standardised and secured system of registries pursuant to Directive 2003/87/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council and the European Parliament and of the Council and decision No 280/2004/EC (OJ L 270, 14.10.2010, p. 1) Regulation of 16th, 29, 41, 46 and 54 and annex VIII, article in relation to aviation activities in Croatia will apply as from 1 January 2014. II. Air quality 32008 L 0050: European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/50/EC (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, paragraph (A) of the first subparagraph, the reference year is the second year after the accession of Croatia to the end of the year. The average exposure indicator for the reference year is the year of accession and the first and second year after the year of accession the measured concentration. (b)) by way of derogation from point (B) of annex XIV, exposure reduction target shall be calculated in relation to the average exposure indicator for the reference year is the second year after the accession of Croatia to the end of the year. III. Waste Management 31999 L 0031: Council Directive 1999/31/EC of 26 April 1999 on the landfill of waste (OJ L 182, 16.7.1999, p. 1) (a)) by way of derogation from article 5 (2) (a) of the first paragraph), (b) and (c))), requirements to reduce the landfill of biodegradable waste firms amounts to 75%, 50% and 35% of 1997 production of biodegradable municipal waste (by weight) of the total Croatia shall apply in accordance with the deadlines laid down. Croatia supports the landfill of biodegradable waste disposal for the progressive reduction of the amount in accordance with the following timetable: i) 31 December 2013 – landfill disposed of the biodegradable part of household waste is reduced to 75% of 1997 production of biodegradable municipal waste (by weight) of the total; (ii)) by 2016 December 31 – landfill disposed of the biodegradable part of household waste is reduced to 50% of 1997 production of biodegradable municipal waste (by weight) of the total; III) 2020 December 31 – landfill disposed of the biodegradable part of municipal waste reduced to 35% of 1997 production of biodegradable municipal waste (by weight) of the total. (b)) by way of derogation from article 14 (c)), all existing landfills in Croatia until 31 December 2018 will have to comply with the requirements of the directive, with the exception of paragraph 1 of annex I. Croatia supports the quantity of waste landfilled in the relevant landfill, not the progressive reduction in accordance with the following annual maximum quantities:-31 December 2013:1 710 000 tonnes by 2014-December 31:1 410 000 tonnes by 2015-December 31:1 210 000 tonnes by 2016-December 31:1 010 000 tonnes,-up to 2017 31 December: 800 000 tonnes. Starting with the year of accession, Croatia up every December 31, shall be submitted to the Commission a report on the directive's implementation and the progressive interim targets. IV. Water quality 1.31991 L 0271: Council Directive 91/271/EEC of 21 May 1991 concerning urban waste water treatment (OJ L 135, 30.5.1991, p. 40) By way of derogation from the 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 article, requirements concerning urban waste water treatment and sewerage systems in Croatia as from January 1, 2024, targets: (a)) as regards agglomerations of more than 15 000 inhabitants, ensure compliance with the directive until 2018 31 December, except for the following: Bibinj coastal agglomerations-Sukošan, Biograd, Jels-Vrbosk, Makarska, Mali Lošinj , Malinsk-Njivic, Nin, Pirovac-tisno-Jezera, Pula-sjever, Vela Luka, Above; b) for agglomerations of more than 10 000 inhabitants and that the waste water discharged into sensitive areas, as well as treatment plants, located in the Danube and other sensitive areas in catchment areas, and which pollute the area and (a)) 11 coastal agglomerations listed with the directive provides up to 31 December 2020; (c)) as regards agglomerations population exceeds 2000, compliance with the directive provides up to December 31, 2023. 31998 L 0083:2. Council Directive 98/83/EC of 3 November 1998 on the quality of water intended for human consumption (OJ L 330, 5.12.1998, p. 32) By derogation and microbiological parameters, pointer parameters, which are laid down in annex I, part A and part C, Croatia shall apply from 1 January 2019, in the following areas: water supply water supply area area No. The total population in the nuts code DA DA 125 25 608 HR02 BJELOVAR 107 51 921 HR02 DARUVAR DA 204 30 079 HR01 ĐURĐEVAC DA Gorski KOTARO the GRAVEYARD of DEUTSCH 306 26 430 HR03 DA DA ISTOČN SLAVONIJ of the 101 143 093 HR01-Slavonski BROD 129 124 349 HR02 DA Istra JASTREBARSK-301 97 046 HR03 DA CLINCH the SELA HR01 DA KARLOVAC-114 23 213 DUGA RESA 116 91 511 HR02 DA KNIN 404 17 187 HR03 DA DA KRIŽEVC in Koprivnica 203 58 050 HR01 103 36 338 HR01 DA DA LIČK JESENIC-LAPAC 311 1 880 HR03 HR02 DA NAŠIC-210 37 109 of 118 13 893 HR02 DA Neretva-PELJEŠAC-KORČUL-Lastovo-Mljet 407 58 246 HR03 DA OGULIN HR02 DA Opatija-RIJEKA 117 25 192-304 238 088 HR03 OTOČAC 309 15 434 HR03 KRK DA DA DA PETRINJ 113 11 458 HR02 APRSWXNET OGULIN, KARLOVAC-SISAK PISAROVIN of 115 3 910 HR01 121 84 528 HR02 DA DA DA PITOMAČ 205 10 465-HR02 SOME of the 128 70 302 HR02 POŽEŠTIN SVETU ZELIN of 102 17 790 HR01 DA IVAN UDBIN-Korenica 310 6 747 HR03 DA 201 184 769 HR01 VARAŽDIN VELIKA Gorica DA DA DA 503 75 506 501 831 047 HR01 ZAPREŠIĆ HR01 ZAGREB 502 50 379 HR01 DA ZRMANJ-DA ŽRNOVNIC 307 20 160 of 401 158 122 ZADAR HR03 HR03 V. Integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC) 1.31999 L 0013 : Council Directive 1999/13/EC of 11 March 1999 on the limitation of emissions of volatile organic compounds due to the use of organic solvents in certain activities and installations (OJ L 85, 29.3.1999, p. 1) (a)) by way of derogation from article 5 and Annex IIA and IIB, volatile organic compounds emission limit values in relation to the use of organic solvents in certain activities and installations in Croatia of the following equipment : i) from 1 January 2014:1. ČATEK, dioničk of the proizvodnj tkanin društvo za umjetn, a moth, kućanskog rublj proizvod za špor i rekreacij i (ČATEK to d.d.), Čakovec, ulica Zrinsk Frankopansk 25-2. Drvn industry d.d. CLAN (DI d.d. CLAN), clan, clan, 264. ii) from 1 January 2015: društvo s ograničenom HEMPEL 1 odgovornošć Prerađivačk of the kemijsk industry (HEMPEL d.o.o.), Umaga, the Novigradsk ulica 32 ALUFLEXPACK 2. , proizvodn, trgovačk, export – import društvo s ograničenom odgovornošć (ALUFLEXPACK, d.o.o.), Zadar, Murvic bb-pogon Zadar (Zadar factory location: Zadar, Murvic bb). 3. ALUFLEXPACK, proizvodn, trgovačk, export – import društvo s ograničenom odgovornošć (ALUFLEXPACK, d.o.o.), Zadar, Murvic bb-pogon Umaga (Umaga factory location: Umaga, Hungary-bb). III) from 1 January 2016:1. društvo s ograničenom Palma odgovornošć proizvodnj of pogrebnih potrepštin za (Palma d.o.o.), Jastrebarsk, 24 2 of Donj Recs. Ferro-društvo s ograničenom PREE the za proizvodnj lijevanih odgovornošć, kovanih i prešanih metalnih of proizvod (Ferro-a PREE d.o.o.), Čakovec, Dr Tome 2. Bratković 3. dioničk društvo za AD PLASTIK proizvodnj of the dijelov i za motorn of pribor vozil proizvod i Iza plastičnih Masa (AD PLASTIK d.d.) Solin, Matošev ulica, a 8-location: Zagreb, Jankomir 5.4 to the REMON ŽELJEZNIČKIH VOZIL. društvo s ograničenom odgovornošć BJELOVAR (RŽV d.o.o.), Bjelovar, Trg kralja tomislava 2.5. FEROKOTA proizvodnj transformatorskih kotlov of the d.o.o. za i ostalih metalnih structure (FEROKOTA-d.o.o.), Kolodvorsk bb, by Donj Kraljevec. 6. Same DEUTZ-FAHRI Žetelic, društvo s ograničenom uslug i odgovornošć za proizvodnj (same DEUTZ-Žetelic d.o.o.-FAHRI), Županj, Industrijsk. 5, 7. CMC Sisak d.o.o. za proizvodnj i uslug (CMC Sisak d.o.o.), Sisak, Brać-12.8. METALSK Kavurić industry dioničk the VARAŽDIN društvo (MIVA d.d.), Varaždin, Fabijansk ulica 33 9 of CHROMO buoy I dioničk društvo LAKOV, the za proizvodnj buoy (buoy i lakov CHROMO I, LAKOV Radničk, d.d., Zagreb), Cesta 173/d. 10. CHROMO-SVJETLOS, Tvornic buoy i društvo s ograničenom lakov, odgovornošć (CHROMO-SVJETLOS a d.o.o.), Lužan, Mijat Stojanović was 13.11. MURAPLAS a s ograničenom društvo za proizvodnj i odgovornošć prerad plastičnih of mass (the MURAPLAS d.o.o.), kotoriba, Industrijsk zone (bb). 12. ISTRAPLASTIK-the proizvodnj of dioničk društvo za ambalaž (ISTRAPLASTIK d.d.), Recognized, Dubravic 2/a. 13. of društvo s ograničenom GRUDIN odgovornošć za proizvodnj i uslug (GRUDIN's d.o.o.), Županj, alley-Deutsch 21. Matic 14.-KEMIJSK of ČISTIONIC of SLAVIC, slavica vlasnik Hinek, Beli Manastir, j. j. Strossmayer 17.15. MID d.o.o. za uslug i ugostiteljstv of the (MID-d.o.o.), Ivan Gundulić in Osijek, 206.16. Express KEMIJSK in ČISTION, Ivanka vlasnik Drčec , Križevc, ulica Petra 14 17 Preradović. Kemijsk čistionic ", the" BISER vlasnik Gojko Miletić, the Dubrovnik, Nikola Tesla is a Kemijsk čistionic of 20 18. "elegant", Fran vlasnik Miletić, Dubrovnik, in a 106-19 Andriy Hebrang. kemijsk the čišćenj fig to KOLAR-odjeć za, Svjetlan Žakanj of Kolar, vlasnik, kamanje 70/a-20 MM d.o.o. za trgovin. i uslug (MM d.o.o.), Draganić, plays the ČISTION 112.21. KEMIJSK "Agata" vlasnik Branko Szabo, of Virovitic Radić was 66, S. 22. za kemijsk čišćenj in the Fig-odjeć "", the Malek KEKY vlasnik Jovit-Pula, Dubrovačk, Milovanović is 29 bratovštin. 23. Lorna d.o.o. za pranj i kemijsk čišćenj i krznenih of the textile proizvod (Lorna d.o.o.), Pula, Valdebečk to put the KEMIJSK 24 ČISTIONIC 3 I KOPIRANJ KLJUČEV "ŠUPER" of vlasnik Ivan Šuper, Virovitic, J.J. Strossmayer 5.25. KEMIJSK the čišćenj the ČIŠĆENJ the kemijsk the textile ' i krznenih ' Nadic-proizvod, vlasnik , Koprivnica, Ledinsk 1a. 26. With the odgovornošć društvo s ograničenom za proizvodnj in glazbal i uslug (Aries d.o.o.), Varaždin, Cresk FIG 3 to 27 NE PRANJ I ČIŠĆENJ I ODJEĆ of the textile Javork of Đorđević, ĐORĐEVIĆ, vlasnik, ante Starčević Makarska 2.28 to the FIG PRANJ USLUG I KEMIJSKOG ZA ČIŠĆENJ "KORDIĆ" vlasnik Pero Kordić, Makarska, the 29 2 Kipar Rendić. Kemijsk the čišćenj of krznenih of ČISTIONIC of textile-GALEB i proizvod, vlasnik Stipan Radović , 6. Zadar, Varošk KEMIJSK of the ČISTIONIC 30, Borovec, Varaždin, Krešimir vlasnik Juraj Habdelić 2 of 31. KEMIJSK ČISTIONIC ", the" VBM-Posavec, Maruševec, Biserk vlasnik Biljevec 47.32. KEMIJSK the ČIŠĆENJ the FIG ZA PRANJ I RUBLJ "-" Momirk-Plitvice, vlasnik Ninić, Pula, Rizzijev-34.33. "KEMIJSK of ČISTION", vlasnik Sasha Dadić, Pula, Zagrebačk 34 18. Kemijsk of the čistionic, Gordan Bralić vlasnik, Trogir, put Demunt 16 ECONOMATIC-PRAONIC 35. "" RUBLJ of the Marino, Bassanes vlasnik, Umaga, Savudrijsk Cesta 9.36. Servis ZA ČIŠĆENJ "SJAJ" vlasnik Brković, Danijela Virovitic, Golo Brd-2A. (b)) by way of derogation from article 5, paragraph 3 (b)), the company's obligation to provide the competent authorities with adequate evidence that uses the best techniques, the coating process in shipbuilding in Croatia from 1 January 2016, the following equipment: 1. d.d. BRODOTROGIR, Trogir, put brodograditelj 16.-NAUTIČK, 2. CENTAR PRGIN NCP-the BRODOGRADILIŠT-REMONTN d.o.o. ŠIBENIK i proizvodnj brodov za remon of (NCP-the BRODOGRADILIŠT-REMONTN d.o.o. ŠIBENIK) Obala Jerka, Šibenik, Šižgorić-1 BRODOGRADILIŠT 3 dioničk of društvo LENAC VIKTOR (VIKTOR LENAC d.d.-BRODOGRADILIŠT), Rijeka, Martinšćic bb. 4.3 MAJA BRODOGRADILIŠT d.d., Rijeka, Liburnijsk-3. BRODOGRADILIŠT BRODOSPLI-5 društvo s ograničenom-odgovornošć (BRODOSPLI-BRODOGRADILIŠT-d.o.o.), split, put 21 Supavl 6. Brodogradilišt, d.d. ULJANIK, Pula, Flaciusov. 1, 2.32001 L 0080: Directive 2001/80/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2001 on the limitation of emissions of certain pollutants into the air from large combustion plants (OJ L 309, 27.11.2001, p. 1) By way of derogation from article 4(1) and (3), the emission limit values for sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides and dust in Croatia from 1 January 2018. the following equipment: 1. d.d., Belišć of BELIŠĆ: steam boiler K3 + K4 (120 MW) 2.  By d.d., Zagreb DIOK: LG 6401C steam Kettle (86 MW) 3.  HEP-Proizvodnj-Plomin d.o.o., Zagreb, HERE 1: steam boiler (338 MW) 4.  TE PLOMIN d.o.o., Plomin, TE Plomin 2: steam boiler (544 MW) 5.  HEP-Proizvodnj d.o.o., Zagreb-Rijeka: here the steam boiler (800 MW) 6.  HEP-Proizvodnj d.o.o., Zagreb-Sisak-block 1 here: steam boilers 1A + 1B (548 MW) 7.  HEP-Proizvodnj d.o.o., Zagreb, Sisak is HERE-the block 2: steam cookers 2A + 2B (548 MW) 8.  HEP-Proizvodnj d.o.o., Zagreb, the TE-TO Zagreb: the C block steam boiler K3, hot water boilers, VK VK VK 3 4, 5, 6, and steam boiler CTR PK 3 (total: 828 MW) 9.  HEP-Proizvodnj d.o.o., Zagreb, the EL-TO Zagreb: a 30 MW unit, which includes steam boilers K4 and K5 (K8) (K9), 12 MW unit, which includes a steam boiler K3 (K6), hot water boilers and 3 WK 1 WK and steam boiler K2 (K7) (total: 510 MW) 10.-Proizvodnj d.o.o., Zagreb of HEP, HERE-TO Osijek: steam boilers K1 + K2 (total: 196 MW). 3.32008 L 0001: Directive 2008/1/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 January 2008 concerning integrated pollution prevention and control (codified version) (OJ L 24, 29.1.2008, p. 8) By way of derogation from article 5, paragraph 1, and in so far as it related to the duties of operating the equipment in accordance with emission limit values, equivalent parameters or technical indicators that provide the best available techniques, as provided for in article 12, paragraph 2, the requirements laid down for the granting of permits for existing installations, in Croatia of the following equipment: (a)), from 1 January 2014:1. NAŠICECEMEN the Tvornic cement, the dioničk društvo (NAŠICECEMEN a Našic d.d.) , Našic, Tajnovac 1, 2. The IPPC action 3.1 LIPIK Glas za proizvodnj društvo s ograničenom fork of odgovornošć (Glas LIPIK d.o.o.), Staklansk of b.b., Lipik, IPPC action 3.3.3. Wooden peradarsk of the prehramben industry dioničk društvo (wood d.d.), Varaždin, Jalkovečk ulica bb-farm of the BRA. 18 (No. 18, the farm location: Čakovec, Totovec), IPPC action 6.6 (a). the ŽIT d.o.o. za 4 proizvodnj i trgovin (the ŽIT d.o.o.), Osijek, Đakovštin Forkuševc of the 3-farm (Forkuševc farm), IPPC action 6.6 c. 5. ŽIT za proizvodnj i trgovin the d.o.o. (ŽIT-d.o.o.), Osijek, Đakovštin 3-farm v. Branjevin (v. Branjevin farms), IPPC action 6.6 c. 6. Drvn industry d.d. CLAN (DI clan d.d.) , Clan, clan, IPPC operation 6.7.264 7. ČATEK, dioničk of the proizvodnj tkanin društvo za umjetn, a moth, kućanskog rublj proizvod za špor i rekreacij i (ČATEK to d.d.) Čakovec, ulica Zrinsk-25, Frankopansk IPPC operation 6.7. b) from 1 January 2015:1. will the ROCHES LJEVAONIC d.o.o. proizvodnj CIMO-aluminijskih odljevak (the ROCHES LJEVAONIC d.o.o. in the CIMO), the Roches Roches, Stanic, IPPC action 21 2.5. b. P. P. 2 c. Buzet društvo s ograničenom odgovornošć za proizvodnj, trgovin i uslug (P. P. C. Buzet d.o.o.), Buzet, 24, IPPC action most 2.5. b. 3. tvornic in straža Vetropack d.d. fork Hum na Sutl (straža d.d. Vetropack Hum na Sutl) , Hum na Hum na Sutl in Sutl, 203, IPPC action 3.3.4. Wooden peradarsk of the prehramben industry dioničk društvo (wood d.d.), Varaždin, Jalkovečk ulica bb-pogon of Mesa (meat processing company), IPPC action 6.4. (a) SLADORAN of the TVORNIC. dioničk of the ŠEĆER društvo (SLADORAN d.d.), Županj, 63, of the IPPC action Šećeran 6.4. b. 6. Wooden peradarsk of the prehramben industry dioničk društvo (wood d.d.), Varaždin, Jalkovečk ulica bb-farm of the BRA. 19 (No. 19, holding location: Donj in Martijanec, Vrbanovec), IPPC action 6.6 (a). the ŽIT d.o.o. za 7. proizvodnj i trgovin (the ŽIT d.o.o.), Osijek, Đakovštin Slaščak of the 3-farm (Slaščak farm), IPPC activity 6.6 b. 8. ŽIT za proizvodnj i trgovin the d.o.o. (ŽIT-d.o.o.), Osijek, Đakovštin 3-farm of Magadenovac (Magadenovac holding), IPPC action 6.6 c. 9. ALUFLEXPACK, proizvodn, trgovačk, export – import društvo s ograničenom odgovornošć (ALUFLEXPACK Zadar, Murvic, d.o.o.), bb-pogon Umaga (Umaga factory location: Umaga, Hungary-bb), IPPC operation 6.7.10. ALUFLEXPACK, proizvodn, trgovačk, export – import društvo s ograničenom odgovornošć (ALUFLEXPACK, d.o.o.), Zadar, Murvic bb-pogon Zadar (Zadar factory location: Zadar, Murvic bb), IPPC operation 6.7. društvo s ograničenom HEMPEL 11 odgovornošć Prerađivačk kemijsk of the industry (HEMPEL d.o.o.), Umaga, Novigradsk ulica 32, the IPPC action 12. is BELIŠĆ 6.7 dioničk društvo za proizvodnj of the paper ambalaž, strojev, kartonsk-primarn, i of the drv i finaln prerad sucha a drv of the destilacij (the BELIŠĆ d.d.), Belišć Trg ante Starčević, 1-except steam boilers K3 and K4 (transition period to 2017 31 December, see below), (b) the IPPC action 6.1.13. MAZIV-ZAGREB d.o.o. za proizvodnj i trgovin mazivim i srodn of the proizvodim (MAZIV-ZAGREB d.o.o.), Zagreb, Radničk Cesta, IPPC action 1.2.175 c) from 1 July 2015 shall : Hrvatska tvornic the Prv GAVRILOVIĆ Salame, sušen Mesa i masti m. potomc, d.o.o.-Gavrilović (GAVRILOVIĆ d.o.o.), Petrinj, Gavrilovićev trg 1-pogon klaonic: papkar, rezanj i proizvodnj i threw the prerad prerađevin ODA papkar, i te perad skladištenj mess (animal slaughterhouse: ungulates, meat cutting and processing, avian and ungulate meat processing and production of meat products storage), IPPC action 6.4. a. d) from 2016 January 1 : 1. Ferro-društvo s ograničenom PREE the za proizvodnj lijevanih odgovornošć, kovanih i prešanih metalnih of proizvod (Ferro-a PREE d.o.o.), Čakovec, Dr Tome 2, Bratković IPPC action 2.4.2. CEMEX Hrvatska za proizvodnj dioničk-društvo i drugih građevinskih prodaj materijal i cement (CEMEX Hrvatska d.d.), Castelo Branco Sućurac, Cesta dr. bb-Franj of Tuđman pogon St. Cayo (Cayo Su plant), IPPC action 3.1.3. CEMEX Hrvatska dioničk društvo za proizvodnj i-prodaj cement i drugih građevinskih materijal (CEMEX Hrvatska d.d.) , Castelo Branco, Cesta dr Sućurac Franj of Tuđman's bb-Sv. Juraj pogon (Sv. Juraj plant), IPPC action 3.1.4. CEMEX Hrvatska dioničk društvo za proizvodnj i-prodaj cement i drugih građevinskih materijal (Hrvatska d.d. CEMEX), Castelo Branco, Cesta dr Sućurac-Franj Tuđman bb-10 pogon kolovoz (10. kolovoz plant), IPPC action 3.1.5. KI za proizvodnj d.o.o. in the ceramics keramičkih pločic-"u" stečaj (KI-pottery-"u" stečaj d.o.o.) , Orahovic, v. Nazor bb-pogon Orahovic (Orahovic plant, location: Orahovic, v. Nazor bb), IPPC action 3.5 6. KI za proizvodnj d.o.o. in the ceramics keramičkih pločic-"u" stečaj (KI-pottery-"u" stečaj d.o.o.), Orahovic, v. Nazor bb-pogon Rujevac (Rujevac factory location: Dvora, Rujevac bb), IPPC action 3.5.7. PLIV za razvoj, d.o.o. the Hrvatska i proizvodnj of lijekov i farmaceutskih proizvod prodaj (PLIV-Hrvatska d.o.o.) , Zagreb, the 25-barun Prilaz Filipović pogon Savski Marof (Savski Marof factory location: Prigorj Brdovečk, Prudničk-98), IPPC action 4.5.8. PURE, poljoprivredn, prehramben, trgovačk-djelatnos, ugostiteljsk i dioničk-društvo (PURE a d.d.), Recognized, 2-Hrvatskog narodnog preporod mesn industry (meat industry, location: Sv. Petar u Timeshare), 6.4 (a) and (b) the IPPC operation. 9. Wooden peradarsk of the prehramben industry dioničk društvo (wood d.d.) Varaždin, Jalkovečk, ulica bb-farm of the BRA. 20 (No. 20, the farm location: Petrijanec-Nova Vest), IPPC action 6.6 a. 10. PURE, poljoprivredn, prehramben, trgovačk-djelatnos, ugostiteljsk i dioničk-društvo (PURE a d.d.), Recognized, 2-Hrvatskog narodnog preporod farm Sv. Petar u Timeshare 8 (Sv. Petar u 8, the holding Timeshare location: Petar u Svetu of Timeshare), IPPC action 6.6 (a). 11. PURE, poljoprivredn, prehramben, trgovačk-djelatnos, ugostiteljsk i dioničk-društvo (PURE a d.d.) Hrvatskog narodnog preporod, recognized, 2 Sv. Petar u-farm 9 Timeshare (Sv. Petar u 9 Timeshare holding location), IPPC action 6.6 (a). 12. PURE, poljoprivredn, prehramben, trgovačk-djelatnos, ugostiteljsk i dioničk-društvo (PURE a d.d.), Recognized, 2-Hrvatskog narodnog preporod farm in Barban (Barban farm location: Barban), IPPC action 6.6 (a). 13. PURE, poljoprivredn, prehramben, trgovačk-djelatnos, ugostiteljsk i dioničk-društvo (PURE a d.d.) Hrvatskog narodnog preporod, recognized, 2-the Muntrilj farm (Muntrilj farm, location: Muntrilj), 6.6 (a). The IPPC action 14. PURE, poljoprivredn, prehramben, trgovačk-djelatnos, ugostiteljsk i dioničk-društvo (PURE a d.d.), Recognized, 2-Hrvatskog narodnog preporod farm of Šikut (Šikut farm, location: Svetvinčen), 6.6 (a) the IPPC action. 15. PURE, poljoprivredn, prehramben, trgovačk-djelatnos, ugostiteljsk i dioničk-društvo (PURE a d.d.), Recognized, 2-Hrvatskog narodnog preporod farm-Žminj 2 (Žminj 2 farm , location: Žminj), IPPC action 6.6 (a). 16. PURE, poljoprivredn, prehramben, trgovačk-djelatnos, ugostiteljsk i dioničk-društvo (PURE a d.d.), Recognized, 2-Hrvatskog narodnog preporod farm the Suran 2 (Suran 2 farm location: Tinjan, Suran), IPPC action 6.6 a. 17. PURE, poljoprivredn, prehramben, trgovačk-djelatnos, ugostiteljsk i dioničk-društvo (PURE a d.d.), Recognized, 2-Hrvatskog narodnog preporod farm (farm of Pilate, Pilate location Lovrin, Pilate): IPPC action 6.6 a. 18. PURE, poljoprivredn, prehramben, trgovačk-djelatnos, ugostiteljsk i dioničk-društvo (PURE a d.d.), Recognized, 2-Hrvatskog narodnog preporod farm's Škropet 2 (Škropet 2, location: Škropet), 6.6 (a) the IPPC action. 19. PURE, poljoprivredn, prehramben, trgovačk-djelatnos, ugostiteljsk i dioničk-društvo (PURE a d.d.), Recognized, 2-Hrvatskog narodnog preporod farm the Katun 2 (Katun 2 farm location : Trviz, Trvisk), IPPC action Katun 6.6 (a). 20. PURE, poljoprivredn, prehramben, trgovačk-djelatnos, ugostiteljsk i dioničk-društvo (PURE a d.d.), Recognized, 2-Hrvatskog narodnog preporod farm-Srbinjak (Srbinjak farm location: Jakovic, Srbinjak), IPPC action 6.6 (a). 21. AD dioničk društvo za proizvodnj of PLASTIC-i dijelov za motorn of pribor vozil proizvod i Iza plastičnih Masa (AD PLASTIK d.d.), Solin, the Matošev ulica 8-location : Zagreb, Jankomir 5, IPPC operation 6.7.22. BRODOSPLI-BRODOGRADILIŠT društvo s ograničenom-odgovornošć (BRODOSPLI-BRODOGRADILIŠT-d.o.o.), split, put Supavl 21, IPPC operation 6.7.23. CHROMO buoy I dioničk društvo LAKOV, the za proizvodnj buoy i lakov (CHROMO buoy I LAKOV, d.d.), Zagreb, Radničk Cesta 173/d, IPPC operation 6.7.24. MURAPLAS a s ograničenom društvo za proizvodnj i odgovornošć prerad plastičnih of mass (the MURAPLAS d.o.o.) kotoriba , Industrijsk zone, IPPC action bb 6.7.25.3. BRODOGRADILIŠT d.d., Rijeka-MAJA, Liburnijsk 3, IPPC operation 6.7.26. CHROMO-SVJETLOS, Tvornic buoy i društvo s ograničenom lakov, odgovornošć (CHROMO-SVJETLOS a d.o.o.), Lužan, Mijat Stojanović was 13, IPPC operation 6.7.27. BRODOTROGIR d.d., Trogir, put brodograditelj 16, IPPC operation 6.7.28. Brodogradilišt ULJANIK, Pula, d.d., Flaciusov 1, IPPC operation 6.7. e) from 2017 January 1 : 1. METALSK industry-dioničk društvo VARAŽDIN (MIVA d.d.), Varaždin, Fabijansk ulica 33, the IPPC action 2.4.2. KANDI d.o.o. za proizvodnj, the PREMIJER prome i uslug (KANDI the PREMIJER d.o.o.), Osijek, Frankopansk-99, IPPC action 6.4. b. 3. Wooden peradarsk of the prehramben industry dioničk društvo (wood d.d.), Varaždin, Jalkovečk ulica bb-farm of the BRA. 21 (No. 21, farm location: Čakovec, Totovec), IPPC action 6.6 (a). the ŽIT d.o.o. za 4 proizvodnj i trgovin (the ŽIT d.o.o.), Osijek, 3-Lužan of the Đakovštin farm (Lužan farm), IPPC activity 6.6 b. f) from January 1, 2018:1. BELIŠĆ of the proizvodnj of dioničk društvo za kartonsk in ambalaž paper, strojev, primarn, i-the drv i finaln prerad sucha a drv of the destilacij (the BELIŠĆ d.d.), Belišć Trg ante Starčević, 1-Pärnu in the kota K3 Pärnu in the kota, K4 (a K3 boiler, steam boiler K4), IPPC action 1.1 (applies only to power boilers K3 and K4). 2. HEP-Proizvodnj d.o.o. za proizvodnj električn of the toplinsk of the energy i (HEP-Proizvodnj-d.o.o.), Zagreb, Vukovar's 37 Ulica degree – the Jertovec (KT gas-steam cycle Jertovec power plant, location: Konjšćin, the Jertovec, 151), IPPC action Jertovec 1.1.3. HEPA-Proizvodnj d.o.o. za proizvodnj električn of the toplinsk of the energy i (HEP-Proizvodnj-d.o.o.), Zagreb, Vukovar's degree 37 Ulica-TE Plomin 2 (1 thermal power plant Plomin, location: Plomin, Plomin bb), IPPC action 1.1.4. društvo s ograničenom TE PLOMIN odgovornošć za proizvodnj in električn of energy (TE PLOMIN d.o.o.), TE Plomin, Plomin 2 (bb-Plomin 2 thermal power plant Plomin's , location: Plomin, Plomin bb), IPPC action 1.1.5. HEPA-Proizvodnj d.o.o. za proizvodnj električn of the toplinsk of the energy i (HEP-Proizvodnj-d.o.o.), Zagreb, Vukovar's degree 37 Ulica-EL-TO Zagreb (Zagreb power-heating station, location: Zagreb, 1 Zagorsk), IPPC action 1.1.6. HEP-Proizvodnj d.o.o. za proizvodnj električn of the toplinsk of the energy i (HEP-Proizvodnj-d.o.o.), Zagreb, Vukovar's degree 37 Ulica-TE-TO Zagreb (Zagreb-thermal heating station, location : Kuševačk 10 (a)), Zagreb, IPPC action 1.1.7.  HEP-Proizvodnj d.o.o. za proizvodnj električn of the toplinsk of the energy i (HEP-Proizvodnj-d.o.o.), Zagreb, Vukovar's degree 37 Ulica-TE Sisak (Sisak thermal power station, location: Sisak, Čre bb), IPPC action 1.1.8. HEP-Proizvodnj d.o.o. za proizvodnj električn of the toplinsk of the energy i (HEP-Proizvodnj-d.o.o.), Zagreb, Vukovar's degree 37 Ulica-TE-TO Osijek (Osijek-thermal heating station, location: Osijek, Martina Divalt-203), IPPC action 1.1.9. HEP-Proizvodnj d.o.o. za proizvodnj električn of the toplinsk of the energy i (HEP-Proizvodnj-d.o.o.) , Zagreb, Vukovar's degree 37 Ulica-TE Rijeka (Rijeka thermal power station, location: kostrena, Urinj bb), IPPC action 1.1.10. Organsk of petrokemij of dioničk DIOK in the društvo (DIOK, d.d.), Zagreb, Čulinečk Cesta IPPC action 1.1.252, 11.-OIL IN industry, d.d. (INA, d.d.), Zagreb, Avenij 10-Holjevc v. Rafinerij of Urinj Rijeka-oil (Rijeka refinery – Urinj, location: kostrena, Urinj), IPPC action 1.2.12 IN-industry-OIL , d.d. (INA, d.d.), Zagreb, Avenij 10-Holjevc v. Rafinerij oil of Sisak (Sisak refinery, location: Sisak, ante Kovačić 1), IPPC action 1.2.13. Split the poduzeć željezara za proizvodnj i of the čelik d.d. prerad "u" stečaj (željezara split "u" stečaj d.d.), Castelo Branco Sućurac, Cesta Dr. f. Tuđman bb, IPPC action 2.2.14. tvornic of gnojiv PETROKEMIJ, d.d. (PETROKEMIJ, d.d.), Tickle, Vukovar Avenue 4 (B) the IPPC action, 4.2. VI. 32006 R 1907 chemicals: European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of 18 December 2006 concerning the registration, evaluation, authorisation and restriction of chemicals (REACH), establishing a European Chemicals Agency, amending Directive 1999/45/EC and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) No 793/93 and Commission Regulation (EC) No 1488/94 as well as Council Directive 76/769/EEC and Commission directives 91/155/EEC , Directive 93/67/EEC, 93/105/EC and 2000/21/EC (OJ L 396, 30.12.2006, p. 1) (a)) by way of derogation from article 23, paragraph 1 and 2 and article 28, which determine the regulation of substances referred to in the registration and pre-registration, manufacturers and importers of substances registered in Croatia, existing substances pre-registration is determined during an adjustment period of six months from the date of accession. Date first and second registration deadline laid down in article 23, paragraph 1 and 2 shall be 12 months after the date of accession. (b) of the regulation) 6, 7, 9, 17, 18 and article 33 does not apply in Croatia six months from the date of accession. (c)) by way of derogation from the transitional measures for all substances in annex XIV when the later application date is before the date of accession, or less than six months after the date of accession, applicants established in Croatia, determined an adjustment period of six months from the date of accession until the end which is to receive the licensing application. Appendix v Croatia submitted list of the medicinal products (*), which according to the legislation of Croatia before the date of accession granted the marketing authorisation shall remain valid until it is renewed in accordance with the acquis or until 2017. June 30, whichever is the earlier inclusion on this list does not of itself mean that the medicinal product concerned is under the acquis of the Union issued a marketing authorisation. ______________________ (*)Sk. OV C …. (Annex vi) rural development (referred to in article 35 of the Act of accession (2)) the temporary additional rural development measures for Croatia (A) supporting semi-subsistence farms, which restructures the rural development framework 2014 – 2020 programming period with regard to Croatia, the special support for semi-subsistence holdings under Council Regulation (EC) No 1698/2005 provided for in article 34 principles granted to farmers for applications approved up to 2017 31 December provided that the new rural development regulation in 2014 – 2020 programming period than for similar general measures and/or support. B. producer groups in the framework of rural development in 2014 – 2020 programming period with regard to Croatia, in accordance with Council Regulation (EC) No 1698/2005 article 35 the principles laid down in the grant of special aid to facilitate the establishment of producer groups and administrative operation of producer groups, such that the competent authority of Croatia is officially acknowledged until 2017 31 December, on condition that the new rural development regulation in 2014 – 2020 programming period than for similar general measures and/or support. C. Leader rural development framework 2014 – 2020 programming period with regard to Croatia, the minimum financial contribution from the EAFRD rural development programme Leader determines the medium to a level that is at least half of the percentage of its budget, which apply to the other Member States, if such claim established. (D) direct payments as Appendix 1. support may be granted to farmers eligible for complementary national direct payments or AIDS under Council Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 article 132. 2. the aid granted to farmers for 2014, 2015 and 2016 shall not exceed the difference between: (a) the amounts of direct payments), in Croatia for the year under Council Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 article 121; and (b)) 45% of the amount of direct payments that were applied during the year in the Union, it was the 2004 April 30. 3. the Union's contribution to the aid granted by Croatia under this subsection (D) for the 2014 and 2016, 2015., does not exceed 20% of the total in the year the EU has granted the EAFRD. 4. the rate of the EU contribution to the appendices of direct payments shall not exceed 80%. E. the instrument for pre-accession assistance – rural development 1. Croatia may continue to contract or enter into commitments under the IPARD programme in accordance with Commission Regulation (EC) No 718/2007 of 12 June 2007 implementing Council Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 establishing an instrument for pre-accession assistance (IPA) 30, until it started to contract or enter into commitments under the rural development regulation. Croatia shall inform the Commission as to which day it started to contract or enter into commitments under the rural development regulation. 2. the Commission shall adopt the necessary measures for this purpose in accordance with the procedure referred to in the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) No 182/2011 5. To this end, the Commission shall be assisted by the IPA Committee referred to in Council Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 paragraph 1 of article 14. F. IPARD programme of ex post evaluation of rural development in the framework of 2014 – 2020 programming period in connection with the implementation of IPARD in Croatia with regard to the expenses of Commission Regulation (EC) No 718/2007 as provided for in article 191 IPARD programme of ex post evaluation, may be eligible to receive support from the technical support of the program. G. farm modernisation of the legal framework for rural development in 2014 – 2020 programming period with regard to Croatia, the modernisation of agricultural holdings granted the maximum aid intensity is 75% of the amount of eligible investment provided for the implementation of Council Directive 91/676/EEC of 12 December 1991 concerning the protection of waters against pollution caused by nitrates from agricultural 31; It shall apply for a maximum period of four years after accession and in accordance with that directive, in paragraph 2 of article 3 and paragraph 1 of article 5. H. standards for rural development in the framework of 2014 – 2020 programming period with regard to Croatia, the statutory management requirements referred to in the relevant planning period the applicable Council Regulation No 73/2009 in annex II, shall be executed in accordance with the following timetable: (A) in annex II the requirement from January 2014; In point B of annex II to the said requirement from January 2018; and (C) of annex II, point requirement from January 2018.   Annex VII specific commitments entered into by the Republic of Croatia in accession negotiations (as mentioned in the Act of accession, art. 36, second paragraph) 1. Continue to provide judicial reform strategy and action plan for effective implementation. 2. To continue to strengthen judicial independence, accountability, impartiality and professionalism. 3. Further improve judicial efficiency. 4. Further improve the war crimes proceedings before the national courts. 5. Continue to provide concrete results, characterized by significant results, based on an efficient and impartial investigation, prosecution and court rulings of organised crime and corruption cases at all levels, including high-level corruption, and risk sectors, such as public procurement. 6. Continue to improve results by strengthening preventive measures in the fight against corruption and conflicts of interest. 7. Continue to strengthen the protection of minorities, including the effective implementation of national minority rights in constitutional law (CARNM). 8. Continue to solve the remaining issues of the return of 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 to the commitments entered into by the Republic of Croatia for the shipbuilding industry restructuring (as referred to in article 36 of the Act of accession of the third subparagraph of paragraph 1) shipbuilding companies to restructure, (the "company") are as follows:-Brodograđevn industry 3. MAJA dioničk-društvo, Rijeka ("3. MAJA")-BRODOTROGIR d.d., Trogir ("Brodotrogir")-BRODOGRAĐEVN industry split the dioničk društvo, split ("Brodospli")-BRODOSPLI-BRODOGRADILIŠT-SPECIJALNIH društvo s ograničenom OBJEKAT odgovornošć of the , Split ("BS")-the dioničk of the BRODOGRADILIŠT of the KRALJEVIC za izgradnj i popravak društvo brodov, Kraljevic (hereinafter "Kraljevic"). Croatia agreed to carry out this restructuring, the tender privatizēj. Applicants have submitted restructuring plans of these companies and have been approved by the Croatian competition agency and the Commission. Restructuring plans incorporate the relevant privatization contracts concluded between Croatia and corporate buyers. The restructuring plans submitted for each of these companies listed below are specified the main conditions to be respected in the restructuring process. -All State aid that they have received since 1 March 2006, is regarded as restructuring aid. These companies provide investment for the restructuring plan from their own resources, and it must be real, it may not be State aid and should be borne by at least 40% of the total restructuring costs. -Total production capacity of the company is reduced compared to the 2011 June 1 level from 471 324 CGT to 372 346 CGT. The company reduced its production capacity not later than twelve months after the signing of the privatisation contract. Capacity reduction is implemented, completely closing down the only, only, intended for the production of only military purposes WITHIN the meaning of article 346, and/or by reducing the surface area. CGT is the unit of measure for calculating the amount of production in accordance with current OECD rules. -The total production volume of enterprises of less than ten years 323 600 CG period, starting from January 1, 2011. Company production does not exceed the following levels: 32-3. MAJA: 109 570 CGT-Brodotrogir: 54 955 CGT-Brodospli and BS: CGT-132 078 Kraljevic: 26 997 CGT. The company may agree to review their individual production limits. On the basis of binding agreements, they can clearly define what individual production quota share (in CGT) they give each other. With a total annual production limit – 323 600 CGT. -The restructuring plans will also specifies a number of other measures will be implemented by each company to ensure the long term sustainability of the recovery. All subsequent amendments to those plans are in accordance with the restructuring process of major conditions and shall be submitted to the Commission for approval. Companies receive no new rescue or restructuring aid, pending the expiration of ten years from the signing of the privatisation contract. At the time of accession of Croatia, the Commission makes an order for Croatia to regain all of the rescue and restructuring aid with the plus compounded interest granted in violation of this provision. The restructuring plan, which adopted the Croatian competition agency and the Commission, develops the relevant privatization contracts concluded between Croatia and corporate buyers. The privatisation contract shall be submitted to the Commission for approval, and signed before the accession of Croatia. The Commission will closely monitor the implementation of the restructuring plan and in the fulfilment of the conditions set out in the annex in relation to the level of State aid, investment, capacity reduction, production restrictions and viability of recovery measures. This monitoring shall be carried out each year throughout the restructuring period. Croatia cooperate fully with all monitoring measures. Namely:-not later than 15 January of each year and 15 July to the end of the restructuring period Croatia shall submit to the Commission within 6 months of receiving the reports on restructuring of enterprises; -the reports shall contain all the information necessary to monitor the restructuring process, the same investment, capacity reduction, limitation and robustness of production recovery measures envisaged; -Croatia every year by 2020. the end of the year, not later than 15 July of each year, submit reports on the restructuring process in the production of existing enterprises; -Croatia companies obliged to provide all relevant data which might, under other circumstances, be considered as confidential. The Commission shall ensure that the business confidential information is not shared. The Commission may at any time decide to mandate an independent expert to evaluate the monitoring results, carry out the necessary research and to report to the Commission. Croatia fully cooperate with a Commission of independent experts appointed and ensure that such expert will provide full access to all information necessary to perform the assigned duties of the Commission. After the accession of Croatia, the Commission requires that the Croatia recovered all the particular enterprise since 1 March 2006 granted rescue and restructuring aid, if:-the privatisation of this company has not yet signed the contract or does not fully incorporate the conditions set out in the restructuring plan, approved by the Croatian competition agency and the Commission; or-the company is not provided a real, with State aid not related to contribution from its own resources, to cover at least 40% of the costs of restructuring; or-the total capacity reduction is not implemented within twelve months of the signing of the privatisation contract. In such a case, the repayment of aid requires only those companies who have not made such individual capacity reductions:-3. MAJA: 46 543-Brodotrogir: the CGT CGT-Brodospli about 15 101 and BS: about 29 611 CGT-Kraljevic: about 9 636 CGT; or-in the period from 2011 to 2020 on any single calendar year total production exceeded limit (i.e., 323 600 CGT). In such a case, the repayment of aid requires only those companies that have exceeded their individual production limits (where appropriate, amended with legally binding agreements with other shipbuilding companies).
Annex IX to the commitments entered into by the Republic of Croatia concerning the restructuring of the steel sector (as referred to in article 36 of the Act of accession of the third subparagraph of paragraph 1) Croatia with 23 May 2011 in a dated letter informed the Commission that it has received the recognition of the debt from the CMC Sisak d.o.o. steel producer in an amount corresponding to the restructuring aid that this company received during the period from 1 March 2002 to 28 2007 February plus compound interest 33. received State aid without compound interest is HRK 19,117,572.36. If at the time of accession of Croatia Sisak d.o.o. is not repaid the CMC support the total amount, plus compound interest, the Commission shall issue an order for Croatia to regain all of the rescue and restructuring aid granted to this company since 1 March 2006, plus compound interest.
Protocol on certain measures relating to under the United Nations Framework Convention on climate change Kyoto Protocol assigned amount units assigned to the possible transfer of a LUMP SUM to the Republic of CROATIA, AS WELL AS the compensation of the High Contracting Parties, stating that, in view of the specific historical circumstances that have influenced Croatia, agreed to express the readiness of Croatia to provide support, through appropriate United Nations Framework Convention on climate change Kyoto Protocol ("the Protocol") assigned amount units granted a one-time transfer; Noting that the transfer would be a one-off measure only, not to create a precedent and meet Croatia's specific and exceptional condition; Stressing that Croatia any such the transfer should be compensated by adjusting their obligations laid down in European Parliament and Council decision No 406/2009/EC of 23 April 2009 on the Member States ' measures in the areas of greenhouse gas emissions to meet the community's greenhouse gas emission reduction by 2020 in the field. gadam34, to ensure environmental integrity, avoiding the total allowable amount of emissions growth, which the EU and Croatia set for the period up to 2020; HAVE AGREED UPON THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS. Part I article 1 transfer this Part applies to measures relating to under the Kyoto Protocol assigned amount units assigned (AAU) can transfer a single amount for Croatia. Article 2 Transfers is not performed if the United Nations Framework Convention on climate change (UNFCCC) Conference in Durban at the beginning (the Conference will be held from 28 November 2011 to 9 December), Croatia under all relevant rules and time limits that exist with regard to the withdrawal of the appeal, will not be withdrawn its appeal relating to the Kyoto Protocol Compliance Committee's fulfilment of the Department's decision. The transfer is dependent on the UNFCCC expert review teams, of the decision taken by the enforcement records (true-up) period, and which found that Croatia has not been able to fulfil the obligations entered into under article 3 of the Kyoto Protocol. Transfer is not performed if Croatia has not made every effort to fulfil their obligations under article 3 of the Kyoto Protocol, including fully used the mapping entities related to land use, land-use change and forestry. Article 3 any decision about the transfer of AAUS shall be adopted on the basis of the verification procedures referred to in article 5 of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) No 182/2011 (2011-16 February) laying down the rules and general principles concerning mechanisms for the control of the Member States relating to the implementation of the Commission's powers of 35. the Commission shall be assisted by the climate change Committee instituted by article 9 of the European Parliament and Council decision No 280/2004/EC of 11 February 2004 concerning a mechanism for monitoring greenhouse gas emissions and for implementing the Kyoto Protocol Kopienā36. The Committee is referred to the Committee of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) No 182/2011 means. No decision has been taken, if the opinion is delivered. The AAU, which should transfer the amount taken from the AAU, as determined in article 2 of the Commission decision 2006/944/EC of 14 December 2006 laying down the community and each Member State shall determine the appropriate levels of emissions according to the Kyoto Protocol and in accordance with Council decision 2002/358/EC 37. Transfer does not exceed 7 000 000 the total amount of AAUS. Offsetting PART II article 4 this Part applies to the Tribunal that Croatia must ensure that where pursuant to the provisions of part I has made the transfer of AAUS. 1. Article 5 of the Croatia compensates for any AAU transferred to it pursuant to this article, adjusting it to the obligations laid down in European Parliament and Council decision No 406/2009/EC. In particular, for each transfer AAUs from Croatia the annual emission allocation volumes-as soon as they are established in accordance with European Parliament and Council decision No 406/2009/EC article 3, point 2 − the report under this article, the equivalent carbon dioxide equivalent tonnes. 2. the Commission shall publish numbers for Croatia's annual emission allocation volumes arising from paragraph 1 accordingly made. Final Act final act i. text 1. authorised, authorised by: His Majesty the King of the Belgians, the President of the Republic of BULGARIA, the Czech Republic, the President of the Republic, her Majesty the Queen of Denmark, the Federal Republic of Germany President, the President of the Republic of Estonia, the President of Ireland, the President of the Hellenic Republic, his Majesty the King of Spain, the French Republic, the President of the Republic of Croatia, the President of the Republic of ITALY, 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 Austrian Federal President of the Republic, the President of the Republic of Poland, the Portuguese President of the Republic, President of Romania, the President of the Republic of Slovenia, the Slovak Republic, the President, the President of the Republic of Finland, the Government of the Kingdom of Sweden, her Majesty the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland the Queen, gathered in Brussels, two thousand eleven ninth day of December to sign 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, 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, Romania, the Republic of Slovenia, the Slovak Republic, the Republic of Finland, the Kingdom of Sweden, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Member States of the European Union) and the Republic of Croatia on the accession of the Republic of Croatia to the European Union, have demonstrated their that the following documents have been developed and adopted by the Member States of the European Union and the Republic of Croatia on the Conference on accession of the Republic of Croatia to the European Union. I. agreement 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, 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, Romania, the Republic of Slovenia, the Slovak Republic, the Republic of Finland, the Kingdom of Sweden, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Member States of the European Union) and the Republic of Croatia on the accession of the Republic of Croatia to the European Union (hereinafter referred to as "Treaty of accession"); II. the Act concerning the accession of the Republic of Croatia and the adjustments to the Treaty on European Union, the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union and the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community (hereinafter ' the Act of accession "); III. the documents annexed to the Act of accession: a. Annex i: the conventions and the protocol list, which the Republic of Croatia accede upon accession (referred to in article 3 of the Act of accession (4)); Annex II: list of provisions of the Schengen acquis as integrated into the framework of the European Union and the acts building upon this acquis or otherwise related to it, which are binding on and applicable in the accession of the Republic of Croatia (as mentioned in article 4 of the Act of accession (1)); Annex III: article 15 of the Act of accession in that list: adjustments to the acts adopted by the institutions; Annex IV to the Act of accession: list referred to in article 16: other permanent provisions; Annex v: 18 to the Act of accession referred to in article list: transitional measures; Annex vi: rural development (referred to in article 35 of the Act of accession (2)); Annex VII: specific commitments entered into by the Republic of Croatia in accession negotiations (as mentioned in the Act of accession, art. 36, second paragraph); Annex VIII: the commitments entered into by the Republic of Croatia for the shipbuilding industry restructuring (as referred to in article 36 of the Act of accession of the third subparagraph of paragraph 1); Annex IX: the commitments entered into by the Republic of Croatia concerning the restructuring of the steel sector (as referred to in article 36 of the Act of accession of the third subparagraph of paragraph 1); (B).  Protocol on certain measures relating to under the United Nations Framework Convention on climate change Kyoto Protocol assigned amount units assigned to the possible transfer of a lump sum to the Republic of Croatia, as well as the appropriate compensation (C). The Treaty on European Union, the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union and the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community, as well as contracts to which they are amended or supplemented, including agreement on the Kingdom of Denmark Ireland and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the agreement on the accession of the Hellenic Republic, the Treaty concerning the accession of the Kingdom of Spain and the Portuguese Republic, the Treaty concerning the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Finland and the Kingdom of Sweden to the agreement 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 Poland, the Republic of Slovenia and the Slovak Republic accession and the Treaty on the accession of the Republic of Bulgaria and Romania to the Croatian language. 2. The High Contracting Parties have reached political agreement on a number of acts of the institutions adopted adjustments required due to accession, and calls on the Council and the Commission to adopt these adaptations before accession in accordance with article 50 of the Act of accession, as referred to in article 3 of the Treaty of accession (4), where appropriate, supplementing and updating to take account of the development of the law of the Union. 3. The High Contracting Parties undertake to communicate to the Commission and to each other any information necessary for the application of the Act of accession. Where necessary, this information shall be provided in good time before the date of accession, in order to ensure the full application of the Act of accession, from the date of accession, in particular as regards the functioning of the internal market. In this context, of particular importance is an early statement of the Republic of Croatia in the measures adopted pursuant to article 47 of the Act of accession. The Commission may inform the Croatian on the time that it considers sufficient to get or pass specific information. To this day of signature of the High Contracting Parties were provided a list setting out obligations with respect to information in the field of veterinary medicine. 4. The Plenipotentiaries have taken note of the following declarations annexed to this final act: a. the current Member States ' Joint Declaration Joint Declaration on the full application of the provisions of the Schengen acquis (B). various present Member States Joint Declaration Joint Declaration by the Federal Republic of Germany and the Republic of Austria on the free movement of workers – Croatia (C). The current Member States and the Republic of Croatia the Joint Declaration Joint Declaration on the European Development Fund (D). Declaration by the Republic of Croatia's Declaration of the Republic of Croatia for transitional measures in respect of Croatia's agricultural market liberalisation 5. authorised have taken note of this final act the attached exchange of letters between the European Union and the Republic of Croatia on the information and consultation procedure for the adoption of certain decisions and other measures to be taken during the period preceding accession. II. Declarations by the present Member States a. Common Declaration Joint Declaration on the full application of the provisions of the Schengen acquis there is understanding that the agreed procedures in respect of the Republic of Croatia in the future fully apply all the provisions of the Schengen acquis, as they will be included in the Treaty on the accession of Croatia ("Croatia's accession to the Treaty), without prejudice to and shall not affect the decision, which the Council will take on the full application of the provisions of the Schengen acquis in the Republic of Bulgaria and Romania. Council decision on the full application of the provisions of the Schengen acquis in Bulgaria and Romania based on procedure, which in this respect is provided for by the Treaty of accession of Bulgaria and Romania to the Union, and in accordance with the Council of 9 June 2011 the conclusions that the completed to assess the readiness of Bulgaria and Romania to implement all the provisions of the Schengen acquis. The agreed procedures on how future Croatia will apply fully all the provisions of the Schengen acquis, as they will be included in Croatia's accession treaty – does not create any legal obligation, except as provided for in the Treaty of accession of Croatia. (B) the current MEMBER STATES of the different Joint Declaration Joint Declaration by the Federal Republic of Germany and the Republic of Austria on the free movement of workers – Croatia agreement with the Commission, the Federal Republic of Germany and the Republic of Austria considers that the provisions on transitional measures concerning the free movement of workers under Directive 96/71/EC, which are reflected in the Act of accession annex V, Chapter 2, paragraph 12, the words "some areas" where appropriate, can also mean the whole country. C. the current Member States and the Republic of CROATIA the Joint Declaration Joint Declaration on the European Development Fund of the Republic of Croatia to the European Development Fund, will be joining the Union after its accession will enter into force the new multiannual financial framework of cooperation, and make the contribution from 1 January in the second calendar year following the date of accession. D. Declaration of the Republic of Croatia statement of the Republic of Croatia for transitional measures in respect of Croatia's agricultural market liberalisation in view of accession is set out in annex V of the transitional measures for the acquisition of agricultural land in the Republic of Croatia carried out by natural and legal persons from the EU/EEA, having regard to the rules, which provides that the Commission, at the request of Croatia decides on the seven-year extension of the transitional period for a further three years If there is sufficient evidence that the seven-year transitional period of the Republic of Croatia at the end of the agricultural land market, there will be serious disturbances or a threat of serious disturbances on the will, the Republic of Croatia declares that-if the above transitional extensions will be granted – it will endeavour to take the necessary measures in order to determine the three-year period, respective territories liberalised agricultural land purchase.
III. Exchange of letters between the European Union and the Republic of Croatia on the information and consultation procedure for the adoption of certain decisions and other measures to be taken during the period preceding accession 1. Letter dear Sir! I have the honour to refer to the question relating to the information and consultation procedure for the adoption of certain decisions and other measures to be taken during the period preceding accession of your country to the European Union, and that it was suggested in the course of accession negotiations. I hereby confirm that the European Union can agree to this procedure, in the light of this letter, and the rules set out in this procedure with respect to the Republic of Croatia can be applied from the date of accession the Conference declares that the accession negotiations are completely finished. I should be obliged if you would confirm that your Government is in agreement with the contents of this letter. With respect, attachment, information and consultation procedure for the adoption of certain decisions and other measures to be taken during the period preceding accession i.1. to ensure that the Republic of Croatia are adequately informed of all proposals, statements, recommendations or initiatives, the development of which the goal is to take what the European Parliament and of the Council on legislation, Council legislation or legislation of the European Council, after they are sent to the Council or the European Council communicate to Croatia. 2. Consultations shall be held on the basis of the substantiated request to Croatia, which clearly set out Croatia as the next member of the Union of interests and considerations. 3. administrative decisions tend not to carry out the consultation. 4. Consultation shall take place within the Interim Committee, which includes representatives of the Union and Croatia. Except where justified in opposing the Union or Croatia, consultation can also occur as a mutual correspondence via electronic means, in particular the common foreign and security policy. 5. Union representatives in the Interim Committee is a member of the Committee of permanent representatives or the person designated by him for that purpose. Where appropriate, the Provisional Committee members can be a political and Security Committee members. The Commission is duly represented. 6. the Committee shall be assisted by a secretariat, which is to join the Conference secretariat, which continues to work to this end. 7. Consultations shall take place as soon as the level of the Union referred to in paragraph 1, the outcome of preparatory work for the adoption of legislation has developed common guidelines to ensure such consultation. 8. where, after consultation, there are still serious difficulties, then by the request of Croatia may bring the issue at ministerial level. 9. The above provisions shall apply mutatis mutandis to the European investment bank's Board decision. 10. the procedure laid down in the preceding paragraphs shall also apply to all decisions taken by Croatia and which could affect the obligations arising from the following Member States of the Union as a State. II. 11.  The Union and Croatia take all necessary measures to ensure that the agreements on the accession of Croatia or the conventions and protocols referred to in article 3, paragraph 4, article 6, paragraph 2, and article 6, paragraph 5 of the Act of the Republic of Croatia in the conditions of accession and the adjustments to the treaties on which the European Union is founded, hereinafter ' the Act of accession ", takes place at the same time, as far as possible, with the accession treaty enters into force. 12. with regard to the negotiations with the other parties, which are also Contracting Parties to the protocols referred to in article 6 of the Act of accession (2), second paragraph, of the Croatian representatives participate in the work as observers, together with the current representatives of the Member States. 13. Some non-preferential agreements, which concluded the Union and which remain in force after the date of accession may be customized or adjusted to take account of the enlargement of the Union. These adjustments or corrections will discuss the Union, in cooperation with the representatives of Croatia and in accordance with the procedure referred to in point 12. III. 14.  Authorities in a timely manner prepare the documents referred to in article 52 of the Act of accession. For this purpose, Croatia supports the authorities in good time this text translations.
2. Letter dear Sir! I have the honour to acknowledge receipt of your letter, which reads as follows: "I have the honour to refer to the question relating to information and consultation procedure for the adoption of certain decisions and other measures to be taken during the period preceding accession of your country to the European Union, and that it was suggested in the course of accession negotiations. I hereby confirm that the European Union can agree to this procedure, in the light of this letter, and the rules set out in this procedure with respect to the Republic of Croatia can be applied from the date of accession the Conference declares that the accession negotiations are completely finished. I should be obliged if you would confirm that your Government is in agreement with the contents of this letter. " I have the honour to confirm that my Government is in agreement with the contents of this letter. Sincerely, Съставено в Брюксел на две хиляди и единадесета девети декември година. Hecho en bruselas, el Nueva de Mayo de DOS mil once. V DNI devátéh by the prosinc Brusel dv-jedenác. the tisíc Udfærdige i Bruxelles den to tusind og niend december ellev. Geschehen zu Brüssel am zweitausendelf Dezember unten. The tuhand of the üheteistkümnend of Kah-detsembriku üheksandal päeval of aast Brüssel. ΄Εγινε στις Βρυξέλλες, στις εννέα Δεκεμβρίου δύο χιλιάδες έντεκα. Done at Brussels on the day of the ninths December in the year two thousand and eleven. Fait à Bruxelles, le Neuf décembr a deux Mille Onza. A dhéanamh sa Bhruiséil ARN, an naoú lá Nollag an bhliain dhá mhí na de mhíl is a haon déag agus. Sastavljen of the devetog prosinc Bruxelles Dana u paying tribute to the tisuć of the dvij jedanaest. A Bruxelles, addì Fatt Nove dicembre duemilaundic. Brussels, two thousand eleven ninth day of December. Priimt for vienuoliktų gruodži tūkstanči du devintą metų the dieną briuselyje. A Brüsszelben, a kétezer-Kel tizenegyedik havának napján év december kilencedik. Magħmul fi Brussell, fid-DISA you ta ' Diċembr it-ancient elfejn u ħdax. Gedaan te Brussel, de gend not december tweeduizend elf. The Sporządzon of the dziewiąteg of the dni w Briuselyje December hand DWA-tysiąc jedenasteg. Appoints Pieter Feith Bruxel em, em Nove de Dezembr de DOIs mil e Onza. Întocmi la Bruxelles la două Mii nouă-December unsprezec. (V) the DNA deviateh-Brusel December dvetisícjedenásť. V Bruslj, DNA is deveteg December enajs LETA DVA tisoč. Tehty Brysselissä yhdeksäntenä päivänä joulukuut vuonn of the kaksituhattayksitoist. SOM i Bryssel den skedd niond december tjugohundraelv.
On behalf of the Republic of Latvia Valdis Dombrovskis, the Prime Minister of the representatives of the Contracting Parties to the Treaty reaffirmed the captions of the depositary of Marrapod pārstāvisGiorgi, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, legal, law and Treaty Department Director 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 168M, p. 33, 21.6.2006.
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
OJ L 56, 4.3.1968.15, p. 1.
16 OJ L 239, 22.9.2000, p. 13.
17 OJ L 239, 22.9.2000, p. 19.
18 While the agreement is not yet concluded, insofar as it applies provisionally.
OJ L 83, 27.3.1999.19, p. 1.
20 OJ L 171, 23.6.2006, p. 35. and OJ L 326M, p. 70, 10.12.2010.
21 OJ L 209, 11.08.2005, 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 2003 Act of accession (OJ L 236, 23.9.2003, p. 33), and it canceled from 30 April 2006 by European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/38/EC (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 annual production volume for each company calculated as follows. Board production start is planned for steel cutting date and end of production is the due date for delivery, as specified in the contract with the buyer (or not completed expected date of delivery of the ship, if the ship is built in two companies). The offset corresponding to the vessel gross tonnage (CGT) distributed linearly on calendar years, which covers the period of production. The total volume of production of the company for the year calculated by adding the CGT produced that year.
33 shall be calculated in accordance with articles 9 to 11 of Commission Regulation (EC) no 794/2004 of 21 April 2004 implementing Council Regulation (EC) no 659/1999 laying down detailed rules of the EC Treaty, the application of article 93 (OJ L 140, 30.4.2004, p. 1), as last amended by Commission Regulation (EC) no 1125/2009 (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 amended by Commission decision 2010/778/EU (OJ L 332, 16.12.2010., p. 41).