7.2.3 In situations of armed conflict, internal conflicts and their direct results, the Federation can continue to help the national society of the country concerned to develop, bearing in mind that in situations where the ICRC is the leader of Article 5.3, the ICRC is responsible for the coordination and management of victim assistance. 1.15. The organization of international peacetime relief operations is led by the Seville Agreement and by the principles and rules governing Red Cross and Red Crescent disaster relief. In situations where the Seville Agreement provides for the Federation to act as a governing agency, the Federation is encouraged to enter into agreements with the National Society hosting the most vulnerable countries (either by pre-disaster agreement or by an ad hoc agreement) and to define the respective roles and responsibilities , including national companies from other countries and the Board.C., based on pre-disaster assessed or announced capabilities and emergency mapping. 4.7. Whenever there are regional networks of national societies, possibly with pre-negotiated cooperation agreements, they should be invited to implement measures to support the objectives and priorities set for a movement operation. 5.3.2 The Federation is the leading agency in the situations covered by Article 5.1, paragraphs (c) and d), Section A and Section B (natural or technological disasters and other peacetime emergencies or disasters, which require resources beyond those of the operating national society). 8.4 The process of developing functional cooperation between components and opportunities to develop it in response to changes in the external environment can only be improved through ongoing dialogue and regular consultations between those responsible for international activities within the ICRC and the Federation, as well as with national societies, to analyse and anticipate needs. The initiative for each specific area could be the best to take by the organization that plays a leading role in this area. This agreement is more than an operational management instrument or a statement of intent. It initiates a profound change in attitude between members of the same movement: the adoption of a collaborative spirit in which each member of the movement appreciates the contributions of other members as partners in a global humanitarian enterprise. It is a cooperation agreement and not just a division of labour, and it applies to all international activities which, in accordance with the movement`s statutes, must be carried out in close cooperation.