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Annex III Overview of Negotiations and Transitional Arrangements with Lithuania

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The European Union (EU) accession negotiations essentially aimed at sorting out specific problems concerning the application of the acquis This has been done through temporary derogations, (financial) Community assistance, technical adjustments to the Community legislation and/or the inclusion of safeguard clauses in the Act of Accession. The transitional arrangements in general and the safeguard clauses in particular thus provide the means for differentiation between the new Member States and the EU15 in terms of application of the acquis. The competitive nature of the accession process prevented a co-ordination of positions among the candidate countries, which only enhanced the asymmetrical relationship between the negotiating parties. In general, the Baltic States secured important and specific transitional arrangements or technical adjustments in the fields o sheries, taxation, energy and environment.

Keywords: acquis; Baltic states; candidate countries; European Union (EU) accession negotiations

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