COM(2017)333 - Conclusion of the Agreement with New Zealand relating to the modification of concessions in the schedule of Croatia in the course of its accession to the EU - EU monitor

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Proposal for a COUNCIL DECISION on the conclusion of the Agreement in the form of an Exchange of Letters between the European Union and New Zealand pursuant to Article XXIV:6 and Article XXVIII of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) 1994 relating to the modification of concessions in the schedule of the Republic of Croatia in the course of its accession to the European Union
Legal instrument Decision
Decision making procedure non-legislative procedure;Non legislative enactments (NLE)
reference by COM-number†i COM(2017)333 EN
Additional COM-numbers COM(2017)333
Council document†i 10670/17
procedure number†i 2017/0137(NLE)
CELEX number†i 52017PC0333


Key dates

Document 22-06-2017
Online publication 22-06-2017
Decision 13-07-2018; Besluit 2018/1030
Publication in Official Journal†i 23-07-2018; OJ L 185 p. 1-2


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