What is considered treachery in international humanitarian law?

Acts of treachery in international humanitarian law are considered actions aimed at ordering to deceive the enemy’s trust and make him believe that he has the right to defense or is obliged to provide such protection. Therefore, the deliberate abuse of universally recognized emblems (red cross and red crescent, white flag, protective emblem of cultural property and other generally accepted protective signs) is prohibited. It is also prohibited during the attack or defense, as well as to cover military operations, the use of national symbols (flags, military emblems, uniforms) of the enemy side, national symbols and emblems of states that are not parties to the conflict.

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