Pursuant to article 30 of the Articles on State Responsibility, entitled ‘Cessation and non-repetition’: The State responsible for the internationally wrongful act is under an obligation: (a) to cease that act, if it is continuing; (b) to offer appropriate assurances and guarantees of non-repetition, if circumstances so-require. The general principle underlying this provision is respect for the rule of law. However, the application of the rule is subject to certain specific conditions and entails certain legal consequences. The obligation of cessation of wrongful...
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