Bafa Agreement

All authorisations and procedures for authorising dual-use goods fall within the jurisdiction of the authorities of the Member States. When deciding whether or not to grant authorisation for the articles listed in the annexes, they take into account their obligations under international agreements on non-proliferation and control of sensitive objects, in the same way as obligations arising from sanctions imposed by the United Nations Security Council. They should also take into account foreign and national security policy as well as the final destination and the risk of circumventing the rules. 9.4 BafEA may notify the Member in writing to terminate this contract at the end of the affiliation period. Privacy policy: BAFA`s declaration of confidentiality regarding the use of personal data, available following the following link, www.bafa.ac.uk/privacy.html (a) The terms of affiliation constitute the whole agreement reached between the parties with respect to membership and resolve all agreements, commitments, assurances, guarantees, guarantees, insurance and agreements between them, in writing or orally, concerning their purpose. If the Brexit negotiations do not result in a deal or a postponement of the exit, the UK will be a non-European country from 30 March 2019. EU law no longer applies. All rules and requirements applicable to third countries apply immediately: this particularly affects exports of dual-use goods and goods subject to the Anti-Torture Act. 8.3 This Clause 8 applies even after the end of this agreement. Person concerned: a person subject to personal data. However, such facilitation requires that the conditions for certification of companies be harmonised within the European Union and applied on the basis of identical standards. This is why Article 9 of the Defence Products Directive sets out the certification criteria and requirements of the certification process. (a) Ensure that their application form is complete and correct; In the regulation, the European Union paid particular attention to the re-export and final recovery of goods.