The principal basis of attribution of conduct to an international organisation is that it constitutes the conduct of an organ or agent of the organisation carried out in the performance of the functions of that organ or agent1. In addition, an international organisation may incur responsibility as the result of the conduct of organs or agents of another international organisation or of a state which have been placed at its disposal, if and to the extent that it exercises effective control over the conduct in question2
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