Reparation for breach of an international obligation may consist of a pecuniary payment, normally referred to as compensation1. The claimant state may choose to claim compensation instead of restitution, and may be required to do so to the extent that restitution is materially impossible2. The requirement that reparation be full presupposes the payment of such a sum as would put the claimant so far as possible in a financial position identical to that in which he would have been placed had restitution been made3. Compensation shall cover any financially assessable damage
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