The states parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court undertake a range of obligations of co-operation with the ICC1. In addition to their general obligation to co-operate fully with the Court in its investigation and prosecution of crimes within its jurisdiction2, states parties bear specific obligations in relation to the arrest and surrender of persons to the Court3 and to the taking and production of evidence, the service of documents, the execution of searches and seizures, the protection of victims and witnesses, the identification, tracing, and freezing or seizure of proceeds, property and assets, and instrumentalities
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