Ankara Association Agreement To Cyprus

Please list all the fees and grants of, Employment, advice, shared co-ownership or any close relationship with an organization whose interests may be affected by the publication of the response. Please also list all non-financial associations or interests (personal, professional, political, institutional, religious or other) that a reasonable reader wishes to know about the work submitted. This applies to all the authors of the play, their spouses or partners. At their December 2004 summit, EU heads of state and government agreed to begin accession negotiations with Turkey on 3 October 2005. One of the conditions was for Ankara to extend a 1963 Association Agreement with the EU`s predecessor, the European Economic Community, to the ten new MEMBER States of the Union. This group also includes the Greek Cypriot state, which is not recognized by Turkey. 5 Agreement creating an association between the European Economic Community and Turkey, signed in Ankara on 12 September 1963, in . The Republic of Cyprus became independent on 16 August 1960 through the conclusion of three agreements between Cyprus, Greece, Turkey and the United Kingdom: the founding treaty1, the guarantee contract2 and the Treaty of Alliance (3). this article will not look at the turbulent history of the new Republic, whose structures were literally destroyed by an unenforceable and dysfunctional constitution a few years after its establishment, which eventually led to the Turkish invasion and the continued occupation of a third of its territory.4 This article will instead focus on recent legal developments caused by Turkey`s refusal to recognise the Republic of Cyprus, a Member State of the United Nations and, from May 2004, a member of the European Union, as part of Turkey`s desire to become an EU member state. 28 See art. 300 and 310 CE.

Notice 1/94 of 15 November 1994, Community Competence for International Agreements on Services and Intellectual Property Protection – Article 228, paragraph 6, ECR 1994, p. I-5267, para. 108 in the common opinion (n 13) 9, para. 21.