4. The other principal resident representatives of the members of a special agency and the resident members of the staff of the representatives of a special agency who may be the subject of an agreement between the Director General of the Special Agency, the Government of the United States and the Government of the member concerned shall be domiciled within or outside the district, in the territory of the United States, subject to the corresponding conditions and conditions. the same privileges and immunities as it grants to diplomatic envoys accredited to it. If this is not the case, I hope that the United States will acknowledge the existence of a dispute and accept the application of the dispute settlement procedure provided for in Section 21 of the Headquarters Agreement and that the status quo will be maintained during the transitional period. » 10. . . .