A distinction is to be drawn between, on the one hand, the exercise of diplomatic protection by a state1 and, on the other, the provision of measures of consular assistance2. Both types of action fall within the much broader category of action which may be taken by states on the international plane in reaction to the actions of other states, which includes also the making of diplomatic representations or demarches
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