It was highlighted that it was not necessary to impose precautionary measures against the Ecuadorian Government. ICJ Rejects Complaint between Mexico and Ecuador.

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) of the United Nations (UN) rejected the provisional measures requested by Mexico against Ecuador after the invasion of the Ecuadorian police into the Mexican Embassy in Quito in April.

In a statement, the ICJ unanimously considered that the circumstances did not require provisional measures against the nation led by Daniel Noboa, underscoring the fundamental importance of the sacred principle of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations.

The Court stressed that it was not necessary to impose precautionary measures against the Ecuadorian Government after the incident at the Mexican Embassy.

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ICJ Rejects Complaint between Mexico and Ecuador

About the Incident

On April 30, the Government of Mexico presented a complaint to the ICJ, accusing Ecuador of not respecting international law and of showing “deliberate negligence” towards the people who were in the diplomatic compound.

Mexico requested the ICJ to take precautionary measures to guarantee the security of diplomatic facilities and archives in Ecuador, demanding Quito provide protection and security to the assets of the Mexican Embassy.

Ecuador’s Response to the Ruling

Following the resolution of the International Court of Justice, Ecuador’s Foreign Ministry celebrated the unanimous decision that confirmed the unnecessary nature of Mexico’s request.

The Ecuadorian Foreign Ministry noted that Mexico’s request was made without taking into account Ecuador’s repeated assurances that it would provide full protection and security to the premises, assets and archives of the Mexican Embassy.

Ecuador reaffirmed its commitment to the principles of international law and the protection of diplomatic missions in its territory, highlighting its willingness to maintain respectful and cooperative diplomatic relations with Mexico and other countries.

ICJ Rejects Complaint between Mexico and Ecuador

The ICJ decision underlines the importance of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and the need to resolve diplomatic disputes through appropriate channels, maintaining mutual respect and international cooperation.

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