Industry groups have argued that improved economic performance in these sectors will only raise standards in participating countries and that EU trade agreements should go hand in hand with efforts to harmonise environmental legislation.  In all Brexit scenarios, the BRITISH government intends to negotiate an agreement on the future relationship with the EU. This is the case when the UK leaves the EU with or without a deal. These negotiations can only start when the UK has left the EU and is a « third country ». (2) the intention to create close economic and political cooperation (more than just cooperation); (3) the establishment of paritary bodies for the management of cooperation, which shall be responsible for decisions binding on the Parties; 4. provide most-favoured-nation treatment; 5. ensure a privileged relationship between the EC and its partner; 6. The ENP covers Mediterranean countries (Algeria, Morocco, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Palestinian Authority, Syria, Tunisia) and Eastern European neighbours (Armenia, Azerbaijan and Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, but with the exception of Russia, which insists on the creation of four common spaces between the EU and Russia). Seven of the Mediterranean countries have a « Euro-Mediterranean association agreement » with the EU, while Palestine has an interim ITA in force.  Syria initialled an EMAA in 2008, but the signature was postponed indefinitely. Negotiations for a framework agreement with the rest of Libya have been suspended. . .