The conduct of the organ of a state or the organ or agent of an international organisation placed at the disposal of another international organisation may be attributable to that latter organisation if that organisation exercises effective control over the conduct in question1.
Where the organ of a state or the organ or agent of one international organisation is placed fully at the disposal of an international organisation on the basis of a full secondment, the general rule of attribution of conduct to international organisations will apply given that the organ or agent will constitute an organ or agent of
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