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Diplomatic immunity does not place diplomats above the law and diplomats are obliged to conduct themselves in accordance with the laws of the receiving state. Long ago, diplomats acted as a form of guarantee for the good conduct of the sending state. If that state did not conduct itself appropriately, its diplomat would be held responsible.
Sometimes the consequences could even be fatal.
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Nowadays, the opposite applies: if a diplomat breaks the law, responsibility lies in the first place with the sending state. International agreements on diplomatic immunity continue to be indispensable. All over the world, cases arise every day in which diplomats and representatives of international organisations require international legal protection. Fortunately, Dutch diplomats rarely fall victim to terrorism or any other kind of violent attack nowadays.
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But there have been some close calls too, in which Dutch diplomats have been held hostage, assaulted or narrowly escaped bomb blasts or gunfire. You are here: Home Topics Embassies, consulates and other representations Diplomatic immunity Search within English part of Government.
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