Under the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations1, the consular officers2 of a state party have a right to visit a national who is in prison, custody or detention, to converse and correspond with him, and to arrange for his legal representation3. In addition, the consular officers of a state party to the Convention have a right to visit any national who is in prison, custody or detention pursuant to a judgment
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