(d) the affiliation and participation of the relevant agencies on its territory in international and regional health and plant health organizations and systems, as well as bilateral and multilateral agreements and arrangements under this agreement, as well as the texts of these agreements and arrangements. 3. This agreement does not infringe on members` rights under other international instruments, including the right to use good offices or dispute resolution mechanisms of other international organizations or that have been established under an international agreement. 1. In order to harmonize health and plant health measures on as broad a basis as possible, members rely on international standards, guidelines or recommendations for their sanitary or plant health measures, unless otherwise, provided that this agreement, including paragraph 3, provides otherwise. (d) give other members, without discrimination, the time necessary to make their submissions in writing, review these submissions on request and take into account the observations and results of the discussions. (c) protect human life or health on the territory of the Member from the risks arising from diseases resulting from animals, plants or products, the entry, installation or spread of pests; or 1. Members ensure that all health and plant protection provisions (5) are published without delay so that interested members are aware of them. 6. Area free of parasitization or disease-free An area, whether a country, part or part of a country or part of it, as established by the competent authorities, in which no particular pests or diseases are present. (2) In the event of a dispute in this agreement on scientific or technical matters, a panel of experts should be consulted in consultation with the parties to the dispute. To this end, the proceeding may, if deemed useful, establish an advisory group of technical experts or consult with relevant international organizations at the request of one of the parties to the dispute or its own origin.

Members comply with Schedule C provisions when implementing control, inspection and authorisation procedures, including national systems for authorizing the use of additives or setting tolerances for contaminants in foodstuffs, beverages or feed, and ensure that their procedures are not inconsistent with the provisions of this agreement. 1. Members ensure that their health or plant health measures are based on an appropriate assessment of risks to human life or health, animal or plant, taking into account risk assessment techniques developed by relevant international organizations. 3. This agreement does not prevent members from carrying out appropriate checks on their territory. (h) where a product`s specifications are changed as a result of its inspection and inspection, taking into account the provisions in force, the procedure for the modified product is limited to what is necessary to determine whether there is sufficient confidence in the product`s compliance with the rules in question; and eight.