However, the dispute resolution system cannot be used to resolve trade disputes arising from political differences. When Qatar called for the creation of a body on the measures imposed by the United Arab Emirates, other GCC countries and the United States immediately rejected their request as a political issue and declared that national security issues were political and unsuitable for the WTO system.  A country wishing to join the WTO submits a request to the General Council and must describe all aspects of its trade and economic policy that affect WTO agreements.  The application is submitted to the WTO as part of a memorandum reviewed by a working group open to all interested WTO members.  In June 2012[update], the future of the Doha Round remained uncertain: the work programme lists 21 themes for which the initial deadline of 1 January 2005 was not met and the cycle remains incomplete.  The conflict between free trade in industrial products and services, but the maintenance of protectionism in agricultural subsidies to domestic agricultural sectors (demanded by industrialized countries) and the justification for fair trade in agricultural products (demanded by developing countries) remain the main obstacles. This impasse has made it impossible to organise new WTO negotiations beyond the Doha Development Round. As a result, bilateral free trade agreements between governments are multiplying. [update] from July 2012, several negotiating groups were set up in the WTO system for the current stalemate in agricultural trade negotiations.
 In December 2013, the largest agreement was signed within the WTO and known as the Bali Package.  a country that enters into an agreement with another country, which it will work together to help each other, especially in a war, an official written agreement between two or more countries. When heads of state or government negotiate a treaty, they discuss it before reaching an agreement; And when they ratify a treaty, they give it their formal agreement, usually by signature or vote for it The World Trade Organization (WTO) is an intergovernmental organization that deals with the regulation of international trade between nations. The WTO was officially opened on 1 January 1995, as part of the 123-nation Marrakesh Agreement signed on 15 April 1994, replacing the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), which began in 1948. It is the largest international economic organization in the world.   The RCEP`s accession coincides with that of another major regional trade pact, the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP). The agreement, signed in 2018 by 11 countries, was originally called the Trans-Pacific Partnership and was to include America to allow Donald Trump to step down after taking office. When the two agreements were negotiated, U.S.
officials would view the RCEP snootily as a substandard pact based on the 20th century model, focusing on tariffs and rudimentary trade facilitation measures, unlike the TPP, which covers areas such as environmental and labour standards and rules for state-owned enterprises. The WTO`s highest decision-making body, the Ministerial Conference, usually meets every two years.  It brings together all WTO members, all of whom are countries or customs unions. The ministerial conference can make decisions on all issues as part of a multilateral trade agreement. Some meetings, such as the first Ministerial Conference in Singapore and the Cancun conference in 2003, focused on conflicts between developed and developing countries known as „Singapore themes,“ such as agricultural subsidies; While others, such as the Seattle conference in 1999, have provoked large protests.