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European Arrest Warrant (EAW)
ANNEX

ANNEX — EUROPEAN ARREST WARRANT(1)

This warrant has been issued by a competent judicial authority. I request that the person mentioned below be arrested and surrendered for the purposes of conducting a criminal prosecution or executing a custodial sentence or detention order.

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  1. This warrant must be written in, or translated into, one of the official languages of the executing Member State, when that State is known, or any other language accepted by that State.

    Statements made by certain Member States on the adoption of the Framework Decision

    Statements provided for in Article 32

    Statement by France:

    Pursuant to Article 32 of the framework decision on the European arrest warrant and the surrender procedures between Member States, France states that as executing Member State it will continue to deal with requests relating to acts committed before 1 November 1993, the date of entry into force of the Treaty on European Union signed in Maastricht on 7 February 1992, in accordance with the extradition system applicable before 1 January 2004.

    Statement by Italy:

    Italy will continue to deal in accordance with the extradition rules in force with all requests relating to acts committed before the date of entry into force of the framework decision on the European arrest warrant, as provided for in Article 32 thereof.

    Statement by Austria:

    Pursuant to Article 32 of the framework decision on the European arrest warrant and the surrender procedures between Member States, Austria states that as executing Member State it will continue to deal with requests relating to punishable acts committed before the date of entry into force of the framework decision in accordance with the extradition system applicable before that date.

    Statements provided for in Article 13(4)

    Statement by Belgium:

    The consent of the person concerned to his or her surrender may be revoked until the time of surrender.

    Statement by Denmark:

    Consent to surrender and express renunciation of entitlement to the speciality rule may be revoked in accordance with the relevant rules applicable at any time under Danish law.

    Statement by Ireland:

    In Ireland, consent to surrender and, where appropriate, express renunciation of the entitlement to the specialty rule referred to in Article 27(2) may be revoked. Consent may be revoked in accordance with domestic law until surrender has been executed.

    Statement by Finland:

    In Finland, consent to surrender and, where appropriate, express renunciation of entitlement to the speciality rule referred to in Article 27(2) may be revoked. Consent may be revoked in accordance with domestic law until surrender has been executed.

    Statement by Sweden:

    Consent or renunciation within the meaning of Article 13(1) may be revoked by the party whose surrender has been requested. Revocation must take place before the decision on surrender is executed.