International agreements to which the EU is a party and international agreements concluded by Member States on behalf of the Union; 1. The following are prohibited, to the extent that they may affect trade between the EU and the United Kingdom: any agreement between companies, decisions of business associations and concerted practices that lead to or result in the prevention, limitation or falsification of competition, and in particular those which: , and reaffirms that the achievements, benefits and commitments of the peace process will be of the utmost importance for peace. , Stability and Reconciliation (-1) The Union will communicate to other parties that the United Kingdom should be treated as a Member State during the transitional period for the purposes of these agreements. 2. EU obligations under EU trade guarantee law apply in the United Kingdom where the tendering, contracting or contracting procedure for the classified contract, classified sub-contract or exclusion case was initiated before the end of the transition period. CONSIDERING that sovereign base lands should remain part of the EU`s customs territory, even after the UK`s withdrawal from the EU; 1. The EU and the United Kingdom are doing their best to conclude, by 31 December 2020, an agreement that will succeed in whole or in part. Such an agreement can be obtained by any type of communication. In order to facilitate the most efficient transfer of these equipment, the United Kingdom and the Community are taking the necessary legal steps to free the Community from its obligations and commitments arising from the agreement reached on 25 March 1994 with British Nuclear Fuels PLC (now Sellafield Ltd). THE UNITED KINGDOM, taking into account the progress made in concluding the agreement under Article 1, paragraph 4, and Article 2, paragraph 1, of this Protocol, may request, at any time before 1 July 2020, the renewal of the transitional period under Article 126 of the withdrawal agreement, in view of the progress made in concluding the Article 1 agreement paragraph 4, and 2, paragraph 1, of this protocol. If the United Kingdom makes such a request, the transitional period may be extended in accordance with Article 132 of the withdrawal agreement.