Regulation (EU) 2019/880 of the European Parliament and of the Council Of 17 April 2019on the introduction and the import of cultural goods has been published on the official Journal of the European Union (OJ L 151/1 of 7/06/19) and it will enter into force on the twentieth day following the publication on the OJ
The annexed table sums up legislation in force in Belgium for the following categories of controlled items :Conventional weapons; Dual-use goods and technologies; Goods which could be used for capital punishment, torture or other cruel, inhuman or degradating treatement or punishment.
Pour survivre et prospérer, l’Union doit susciter l’adhésion de ses citoyens mais cela ne sera réellement possible que si sa finalité est clairement définie et partagée par la majorité d’entre eux.
On 24/25 April, a small group of government officials, academics, and industry practitioners were invited by the University of Liège and King’s College London to debate the implications of Brexit on strategic trade controls. The workshop was conducted under Chatham House rules with participation in private capacities.
Following the draft report containing amendments proposed by the European Parliament’s Committee on International Trade – INTA (rapporteur MEP Klaus Buchner) to the EU dual-use Regulation Recast, the EP’s Committee on Foreign Affairs – AFET (rapporteur MEP Marietjie Schaake) delivered its own draft opinion.