If the FAA has added information to the accuracy, the information is included in double brackets. Users should check whether the country or jurisdiction has entered into a bilateral airworthiness agreement or bilateral aviation security agreement with the United States and look for applicable requirements. Where the information contained in these documents is contrary to an existing bilateral agreement or related implementation procedures, the language of the bilateral agreement is given priority, followed by language in the implementation procedure and the document in Schedule 2 of the importing countries. This appendix contains specific requirements set by a number of governments for aviation products imported into their countries or countries from the United States. The format of these documents is sometimes universal and not specific in the United States. In some cases, these documents are in universal formats that make them applicable beyond the United States. If the purpose described in these documents is not fully applicable, the documents usually contain a statement indicating the corresponding agreements that prevail. Any inconsistency regarding the information contained in these documents by the delegate`s advisor or the FAA supervisory board should be directed to the international air-400 division. The following governments have filed their applications with the FAA: the revisions to Schedule 2 of AC 21-2 are published upon receipt, coordinated within the FAA and concluded with the referral government. This is reflected in a review date that is under the title of the document. Any questions an official may have about the information contained in these documents should be directed to the delegate`s advisor or the FAA`s supervisory authority.