EU position in the Joint Committee of the Agreement on the withdrawal of the UK from the EU as regards the members of an arbitration panel - Main contents
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official titleProposal for a COUNCIL DECISION on the position to be taken on behalf of the European Union within the Joint Committee established by the Agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community as regards the adoption of a decision establishing a list of 25 persons who are willing and able to serve as members of an arbitration panel under the Agreement and on a reserve list of persons who are willing and able to serve as Union members of an arbitration panel under the Agreement
|Decision making procedure||non-legislative procedure;Non legislative enactments (NLE)|
|reference by COM-number i||COM(2020)841|
|procedure number i||2020/0373(NLE)|
|CELEX number i||52020PC0841|
|Decision||22-12-2020; Besluit 2020/2232|
|Publication in Official Journal i||28-12-2020; OJ L 437 p. 182-187|
- Decision 2020/2232 - EU position within the Joint Committee established by the Agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU and Euratom as regards the adoption of a decision establishing a list of 25 persons who are willing and able to serve as members of an arbitration panel under the Agreement and on a reserve list of persons who are willing and able to serve as Union members of an arbitration panel under the Agreement
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