The receiving State shall accord full facilities for the performance of the functions of the mission. It was the modern practice in virtually all States that the government of a receiving State would if requested provide administrative assistance to a diplomatic mission on such matters as securing suitable accommodation and parking facilities and would refrain from imposing obstacles to its legitimate activities. This was, however, regarded as a matter of comity or of effective diplomacy rather than a specific rule of customary international law. The question of...
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