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==[[Applicability of international law]]==
 
==[[Applicability of international law]]==
 
<section begin=FI_2020 applicability />
 
<section begin=FI_2020 applicability />
"In line with its general support to rules-based international cooperation and respect for international law, Finland sees international law as an essential framework for responsible State behaviour in cyberspace. In the same vein, the UN Group of Governmental Experts (GGE) has reaffirmed that “international law, and in particular the Charter of the United Nations, is applicable and is essential to maintaining peace and stability and promoting an open, secure, stable, accessible and peaceful ICT environment”. As this formulation, reflecting the specific mandate of the GGE, focuses on questions of international peace and security, there is reason to underline that the same applies to other rights and obligations of States, whether based on treaty law or customary international law."<ref>[https://um.fi/documents/35732/0/KyberkannatPDF_EN.pdf/12bbbbde-623b-9f86-b254-07d5af3c6d85?t=1603097522727 International law and cyberspace - Finland's national position] </ref><section end=FI_2020 applicability />
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"In line with its general support to rules-based international cooperation and respect for international law, Finland sees international law as an essential framework for responsible State behaviour in cyberspace. In the same vein, the UN Group of Governmental Experts (GGE) has reaffirmed that “international law, and in particular the Charter of the United Nations, is applicable and is essential to maintaining peace and stability and promoting an open, secure, stable, accessible and peaceful ICT environment”. As this formulation, reflecting the specific mandate of the GGE, focuses on questions of international peace and security, there is reason to underline that the same applies to other rights and obligations of States, whether based on treaty law or customary international law."<ref>[https://um.fi/documents/35732/0/KyberkannatPDF_EN.pdf/12bbbbde-623b-9f86-b254-07d5af3c6d85?t=1603097522727 International law and cyberspace - Finland's national position] </ref><section and=FI_2020 applicability />
   
 
==[[Sovereignty]]==
 
==[[Sovereignty]]==

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