8. Any subsequent agreement between the Union and the United Kingdom shall indicate which parts of this Protocol it replaces. As soon as a subsequent Agreement between the Union and the United Kingdom enters into force after the entry into force of the Withdrawal Agreement, this Protocol shall not apply or enter into force from the date of application of this Agreement and in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement which lay down the effect of this Agreement in this Protocol; in whole or in part as the case may be. Participation of the United Kingdom in the EIB Group after the withdrawal date RECOGNISING that, although Union law will apply to the United Kingdom and the United Kingdom during the transitional period, the particularities of the United Kingdom as a State leaving the Union will be important for the United Kingdom, to take steps to prepare and put in place new separate international arrangements, including in areas falling within the exclusive competence of the Union, provided that such agreements do not enter into force or apply during that period, unless authorised by the Union, i.e. custody within the meaning of Point (9) of Article 2 of Council Regulation (EC) No 2201/2003 (6); including custody acquired by stoppage; by law or an agreement having legal value. In order to facilitate the most efficient delivery of such equipment, the United Kingdom and the Community shall take the necessary legal measures to release the Community from its obligations and obligations under its Agreement of 25 March 1994 with British Nuclear Fuels PLC (now Sellafield Ltd). And, Mr President, I am pleased to say that the Vice-President of the European Commission, Maroš Šefčovič, and I - as co-chair of the Joint Committee set up to negotiate the implementation of the Protocol - reached an agreement in principle on Monday on an agreement that respects all these commitments and puts the people of Northern Ireland first. CONSIDERING that the exit of the United Kingdom from the Union should not affect the rights and obligations of the Republic of Cyprus under Union law, nor the rights and obligations of the Contracting Parties to the Treaty of Establishment, Exchange of Letters of 30 March and 19 April 1977, as amended by an Exchange of Letters of 8 November 1989 and 10 January 1990 on the Agreement on the Waiver of Reimbursements and, of course, , which we have met, including the government, to withdraw clauses 44, 45 and 47 of the UK Internal Market Act and avoid the need for additional provisions in the tax law. . . .