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. (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. (c) to provide other members, upon request, with copies of the proposed regulation and, where possible, to identify parties that essentially deviate from international standards, guidelines or recommendations; (g) the same criteria should be used for the designation of facilities and for the selection of imported products by survey, as for domestic products, in order to minimize inconvenience to complainants, importers, exporters or their representatives; 4. Risk assessment: the assessment of the likelihood of the installation, establishment or spread of a pest or disease on the territory of an importing member, in accordance with potential health or plant health measures and the potential biological and economic consequences that result; or assessing the potential for adverse effects on human and animal health resulting from the presence of additives, contaminants, toxins or pathogens in food, beverages or animal feed. 3. Each member ensures that there is an investigative body to answer all reasonable questions asked by interested members and to provide relevant documents concerning: 1. Members agree to facilitate the provision of technical assistance to other members, particularly members of developing countries, either bilaterally or through relevant international organizations. This assistance can be provided, among other things, in the areas of processing technologies, research and infrastructure, including the creation of national regulatory bodies, and may take the form of advice, credits, grants and grants, including the search for technical expertise, training and equipment, to enable these countries to adapt and comply with the sanitary or plant health measures necessary to achieve an appropriate level of health or plant protection on their export markets.
(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 three.