The Agreement shall enter into force three months after the final notification of the conclusion of the necessary internal procedures by any contacting Party. On 9 October 2017, the Council adopted a Decision on the conclusion of the Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of Chile on trade in organic products. The agreement, which aims to promote trade in organic products and thus stimulate the development of the organic sector in the EU, also provides for a system of cooperation, exchange of information and dispute settlement in the field of organic trade. On 6 March 2017, the Council adopted a decision on the signing of the EU-Chile Agreement (see previous press release). Title published: Agreement on Trade in Organic Products between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Republic of Chile If you are not a journalist, please send your question to the Public Information Service. This treaty was submitted to Parliament in February 2019. Ref: ISBN 978-1-5286-1009-4, CP 33 PDF, 740KB, 12 pages The new rules are based on the principle of mutual recognition of equivalence between the EU and Chile of their respective rules and control systems for organic production. . . .