In view of the challenges frequently encountered in providing assistance to civilians in opposition-held territories, consideration is sometimes given to cross-border relief operations. Such operations raise numerous legal questions, including whose consent is required ; what constitutes arbitrary withholding of consent ; what the consequences of withholding of consent are, both for those wishing to provide assistance and for the parties withholding consent ; and what alternatives exist for providing assistance in such circumstances.
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