You can find information on those new declarations in the Official Journal here.
Article 35 § 1 of the TEU confers jurisdiction on the Court of Justice to give preliminary rulings on the validity and interpretation of framework decisions and decisions, on the interpretation of conventions established under Title VI and on the validity and interpretation of the measures implementing them. But, each member State must make a declaration under Article 35 §2 expressly accepting that jurisdiction. So far, 14 of the 25 member States have done so. When a member State makes such a declaration, it must specify - according to Article 35 § 3 TEU - whether only national courts or tribunals against whose decisions there is no judicial remedy under national law may request a preliminary ruling (under Article 35 § 3 (a)) or whether any national court or tribunal may do so (under Article 35 § 3 (b)).
Of those 14 member States, 9 have informed that their courts of last resort will, according to national law, be under an obligation to refer a question relating to the validity of an act referred to in Article 35 §1 TEU. Those 9 States are identified in the list below as "obliged to refer" and a link is give to the relevant notice.
So the situation for each member State that has accepted jurisdiction is as follows: