Part 9 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court is concerned with international cooperation and judicial assistance. A number of articles in this part of the Statute are devoted to the arrest and surrender by States of persons who are under suspicion of having committed crimes over which the International Criminal Court has jurisdiction or who have been convicted for such crimes by the Court.The surrender of suspects and accused to the International Criminal Court is of vital importance to its proper functioning. The duty of States to arrest and...
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