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Question № 1. The principles of international law. Choose the correct answer.

1) The principles of international law enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations;

2) Principles of international law committed in the "Declaration on Principles of International Law" 1976.

3) The principles of international law defined in the Final Act of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe in 1975;

4) Respect for the principles of international law - the obligation for States;

5) All answers are correct.

Question № 2. The principle of peaceful settlement of international disputes and ways of its implementation. Choose the wrong answer.

1) The legal obligation of States to use peaceful means to settle disputes based on international treaties and agreements;

2) Diplomatic negotiations as a way to reach a compromise in international disputes;

3) The decision of the international court - the main means of settling international disputes;

4) The duty of the State to implement the provisions of the UN Charter;

5) Free choice of peaceful means for the solution of international life.

Question № 3. Human Rights. Choose the wrong option.

1) The duty to respect and protection of human rights is both national and international legal character;

2) regulation and protection of human rights are an internal matter for each country;

3) The Covenant on Human Rights is directly applicable in the Member States of the United Nations;

4) Offences against the person are treated as international crimes;

5) Every individual is a subject of international law.

Question № 4. sovereign equality includes the following elements: Specify the wrong answer.

1) All States legally and factually equal;

2) Each State has the duty to respect the sovereignty of other states;

3) The territorial integrity and independence of the State are inviolable;

4) Each Member State is obliged to comply with its international obligations;

5) Each State is free to develop their socio-economic and political system.

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