During the transition period, the Uk still plans to conclude new agreements with other countries, including the European Union. Indeed, some of these agreements have already come into force. We believe that it would not be wrong to think that the agreements signed between the European Union and Turkey (such as the Ankara Agreement) will expire as soon as the transition period has been concluded, with regard to the UK`s position as a party to the agreement. These relations are governed in different ways: through formal and informal cooperation and cooperation; Dialogues Memorands of communication; Regulatory rules and, in some cases, through international agreements and treaties. The UK and Switzerland have also signed a transitional migration agreement that would apply in a non-agreement scenario with the EU. The agreement will allow UK and Swiss nationals to travel to other countries by December 2020, without additional requirements, such as qualification level or economic interests. It is applicable on an interim basis from the date of departure. Although the UK is no longer a member of the EU, a transitional period is currently in effect until at least 31 December 2020. During this period, most EU laws and agreements continue to apply to the UK, including the Ankara Agreement. Under Protocol 3 on the UK`s accession to the European Union, the participation of crown dependents in the EU is limited (including customs legislation and trade in agricultural products). The UK Government has adopted a general policy of continuity of effects with regard to international agreements – this policy also applies to the territorial scope of the agreements. Therefore, when an EU agreement is applied in a territory of dependency or overseas, it is generally the policy of the British Government that has been agreed by the Crown Dependencies and overseas Territories that the agreement on transitional continuity should apply to the same extent to the same areas.
The government does not intend to transfer all the agreements in their entirety. These include the EEA agreement, the EU-Switzerland agreement on the free movement of people and the Ankara agreement. The government has worked with non-EU countries to identify agreements that need action and have a mutual interest in changing agreements to prepare for our exit from the EU. In some cases, where it is not possible to implement a replacement agreement on the first day, Memorandums of Understanding (PROTOCOLE) are used to maintain cooperation or the international replacement agreement is applied provisionally between the UK and the third country pending the conclusion of parliamentary procedures and ratification. “The UK must conclude negotiations with the EU for a future free trade agreement and then conclude our negotiations with Turkey for a bilateral free trade agreement,” he said. There are many reasons for this. Number of agreements listed: if the UK leaves the EU without a deal, it will no longer be covered by international agreements concluded solely by the EU or by “mixed” bilateral agreements between the EU and its Member States, on the one hand, and a third, on the other, unless the UK and the third agree the transfer of the agreement or agree other measures to ensure the continuity of the agreement.