(*2) In the event of an extension, the EU informs the other parties to the international agreements. The UK is currently a party to the EU because of its EU membership, but this will cease when the UK leaves the EU on 31 January 2020. However, as has already been mentioned, the UK and the EU agreed that the UK would be treated as an EU member state during the transition period for international agreements, including The Hague. The United Kingdom would have gradually joined Hagues in the event of a withdrawal of the “no deal” immediately after the withdrawal, but in light of the withdrawal agreement, it is now expected that the United Kingdom will withdraw its accession instrument and adhere to it (probably) effectively at the end of the transition period. Commitments arising from international agreements concluded by the Union, or from The Member States acting on their behalf, or from the Union and its Member States acting jointly, to the extent that they relate to trade in goods between the EU and third countries, to the extent that the UK`s withdrawal from the Union poses significant problems for the maintenance and development of North-South cooperation, are specific obligations arising from the 129 international agreements. In addition, Article 129, which attempts to transfer the EU`s series of existing international agreements to the United Kingdom, is one-sided and ambiguous. Although it explicitly binds the United Kingdom to its obligations under these international agreements and calls on the Government to refrain, in this context, from any measure deemed “harmful” to the interests of the Union, the status of the United Kingdom as a party to these agreements is treated with a footnote after 29 March 2019. We are concerned that the resolution of such an important issue is subject to a footnote of questionable legal status. The position of third countries on the continued participation of the UK in agreements with the EU remains unclear. CONSIDERING that it is necessary to ensure an orderly exit from the Union with regard to Gibraltar, a statement was also made to Parliament on 19 October, according to which a political agreement has been reached. 124.The agreement confirms that the United Kingdom “is bound by all such agreements”127 and that it must refrain, in this context, from any measure “likely to harm the interests of the Union.” 129 CONSIDERING that the appropriate provisions for exemptions and exemptions from customs duties and taxes instituted by the Armed Forces of the United Kingdom and the personnel who followed it after the UK`s withdrawal from the Union, the international conventions to which the Union is a member and the international agreements concluded by the Member States on behalf of the Union, can be maintained; NOTE that it is necessary to address the particular situation of the Island of Ireland with a single solution in order to ensure the united Kingdom`s orderly withdrawal from the Eu with regard to the procedures covered by Article 29, paragraphs 2, 3 and 4, of directive 2009/81/EC, art. Article 33, paragraphs 2 to 5, of the 2014/24/EU Directive and Article 51, paragraph 2, of the 2014/25/EU Directive, which deals with the implementation of the following framework agreements concluded by adjudicating powers or the contracting powers of the Member States or the United Kingdom, including the awarding of contracts on the basis of such framework agreements: the arbitration group, in agreement with the parties, cannot decide to hold consultation.