A number of bilateral and multilateral free trade agreements have made controls less intrusive; The completion of the European internal market in 1992 meant a gradual graduation of controls on goods. However, during the unrest in Northern Ireland, there were British military checkpoints at the main border crossing points and British security forces made some crossing points impassable, but not all remaining crossing points. In 2005, during the implementation phase of the 1998 Good Friday Agreement, the last border inspection point was lifted.  In the proposed Withdrawal Agreement, the special regime for Northern Ireland would end if a solution could be found that would provide a border as immortal as that of the Good Friday Agreement to Brexit. Such a solution has yet to be identified from June 2019 [update]. Partial solutions were proposed, but were not deemed appropriate. . . .