`Union law` is defined in Article 2 of the Withdrawal Agreement as `international agreements to which the Union is a party and international agreements concluded by the Member States on behalf of the Union`. The ECAA is such an international agreement. “After the end of the transition period, at the end of this year, we will no longer be in the EU and we will no longer be supporters of the Ankara agreement. The provisions of the Treaty do not apply to us. What we need to do is find the right dispositions in his place,” Chilcott said at a meeting with the Diplomatic Association of Correspondents. Our ultimate goal is to sign a free trade agreement between Britain and our country. Chilcott noted that 90 percent of Anglo-Turkish trade, which is worth more than $20 billion a year and has grown by 50 percent over the past decade, is goods that go through the customs union agreement. . . .