The responsible state or international organisation is under an obligation to provide satisfaction for the injury caused by its internationally wrongful act to the extent that that injury cannot be made good by restitution or compensation1. Satisfaction may take the form of an acknowledgment of the breach, an expression of regret, a formal apology or any other appropriate modality2. Where a dispute involving questions of international responsibility has resulted in litigation, a judicial declaration that there has been a breach of international law may constitute satisfaction for the injured party3. In
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