Pending the final adoption of the modernized Paneuromed convention, rules are called “transitional” or “substitute” because they are optional.
They are generally more flexible than the current Paneuromed rules.
Gradually, the list of countries in the Paneuromed zone that accept these rules is growing. The EU publishes in parallel the modified “Origin” protocols for these countries.
Here are the already modified Origin Protocols.
The transitional rules of origin are listed in Appendix A:
Georgia: OJ L381 of 27.10.2021
Faroe Islands: OJ L395 of 09.11.2021
Iceland: OJ L381 of 27.10.2021
Jordan: OJ L164 of 10.05.2021
Norway: OJ L395 of 09.11.2021
Palestine: OJ L328 of 16.09.2021
Switzerland: OJEU L404 of 16.11.2021
Macedonia: OJ L406 of 16.11.2021
Moldova: OJ L27 of 8.2.2022
Montenegro: OJEU L156 of 9.6.2022
The following 3 countries have also adopted the transitional rules, but we are still awaiting the final texts.
EU-EEA (European Economic Area) as an association grouping Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein – OJEU L 114 of 12.4.2022. Updated 18.4.2022.