363. In general.

Every internationally wrongful act of a state or international organisation entails the international responsibility of that state or international organisation1. Accordingly, the international responsibility of a state or international organisation arises as the result of the breach of an international obligation by conduct which is attributable to the state or international organisation2.

The content of international responsibility consists of the legal consequences which arise upon the commission of an internationally wrongful act3. The principal consequence is the coming into existence of new obligations, sometimes referred to as secondary obligations, for the responsible state or international organisation4. In this regard, the