1. For the purposes of the provisions of Union law on access to documents of the public institutions, bodies, offices and agencies of the Union, all references to Member States and their authorities shall constitute references to the United Kingdom and its authorities in respect of documents drawn up or obtained by the institutions or bodies, offices and agencies of the Union: Obligations arising from international agreements concluded by the Union or by Member States acting on its behalf, or by the Union and its Member States acting jointly, in so far as they concern trade in goods between the Union and third countries Participation of the United Kingdom in the EIB Group after the date of withdrawal The United Kingdom shall continue to be entitled to its share of the of the Member States and for the balance of its State`s appeal account member. The share of the United Kingdom referred to in this subparagraph shall be proportionate to its respective participation in each guarantee agreement. the Union shall exceptionally invite the United Kingdom to participate, within the framework of the Union Delegation, in meetings or parts of meetings of those bodies where it considers that the presence of the United Kingdom is necessary and in the interest of the Union, in particular for the effective implementation of those agreements during the transitional period; such presence shall be permitted only if the participation of the Member States is authorised under the agreements in force. 7. During the transition period, where draft Union acts identify or refer directly to certain authorities, procedures or documents of the Member States, the United Kingdom shall be consulted by the Union on those drafts in order to ensure the proper implementation and enforcement of those acts by and on the United Kingdom. Point (a) of paragraph 1 and point (a) of Article 67(2) of this Agreement shall also apply to the provisions of Regulation (EU) No 1215/2012, as amended under the Agreement between the European Community and the Kingdom of Denmark on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters (88). .