(f) any action relating to the review, suspension or withdrawal of industrial products that are mutually accepted in accordance with Article 4 of the Protocol. provide for compliance assessment and measurement techniques in the partner country DESSINing with respect to the conclusion of an agreement to assess the compliance and approval of industrial products (hereafter referred to as the « this agreement »), mutual recognition of industrial products meeting the legal marketing requirements in one of the contracting parties and mutual recognition of the results of the assessment of the compliance of industrial products subject to EU law or , agreement between the European Community and Malta on the assessment of compliance and approval of industrial products (ACAA) THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY (hereafter referred to as « Community ») of a party and lamalta, on the other, referred to as `parties`, CONSIDERING that Malta has applied for EU membership and that such membership requires the effective implementation of the Community acquis, NOTE that Malta`s gradual adoption and implementation of EU law offers the possibility of expanding some benefits. Internal Market and to ensure its smooth functioning in certain sectors before accession, CONSIDERING that, in the sectors covered by this agreement, Maltese law essentially takes up EU law, considering that they work together to promote the free movement of goods and the promotion of product quality in order to guarantee the health and safety of their citizens and the protection of the environment. , notably through technical assistance and other forms of cooperation between them, considering that the agreement of 5 December 1970 establishing an association between the European Economic Community and Malta (1) provides for an association between the European Economic Community and Malta (1), which aims to conclude an agreement on the evaluation of compliance and approval of industrial products (hereafter referred to as the « this agreement »). which provides for the application of mutual recognition of industrial products that meet the conditions of a lawful marketing in one of the contracting parties and mutual recognition of the results and mutual recognition of the results of the assessment of the compliance of industrial products subject to EU or national law, taking into account the close relations between the Community and Iceland. , Liechtenstein and Norway through the European Economic Area Agreement recommend considering the conclusion of a parallel European compliance assessment agreement between Malta and these countries, equivalent to this agreement, taking into account the status of the contracting parties to the agreement establishing the World Trade Organization, and in particular the obligations of the parties to the World Trade Organization agreement on technical barriers to trade ,HAVE AGREED AS FOLLOWS:Article 11. The aim of this agreement is to facilitate the removal of technical barriers to trade in industrial products by contracting parties. The means are malta`s gradual adoption and implementation of national law, which is equivalent to EU law (2). This agreement provides for: (a) mutual recognition of industrial products listed in the annexes to « mutual acceptance of industrial products » and requirements that must be legally put on the market in one of the parties; (b) mutual recognition of the results of the industrial product compliance assessment subject to EU law and the corresponding Maltese legislation, both of which are included in the annexes relating to the `Mutual Recognition of the Results of the `Compliance Assessment`. Article 2 DefinitionsA sense of this agreement: a) « industrial products »: products listed in chapters 25 to 97 of the combined nomenclature; (b) `Community law`: any Community action and enforcement practice applicable to a situation, risk or category of industrial products, as interpreted by the European Court of Justice;c) `national law`: any Act and practice of community enforcement applicable to a given situation.