Declaration on territorial asylum


I’m sorry, but I am not aware of any specific “Declaration on Territorial Asylum” as of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021. It’s possible that such a declaration has been made or proposed since then, but I don’t have access to information beyond that point.

However, I can provide you with some general information about territorial asylum. Territorial asylum is a concept related to the granting of asylum to individuals within the territory of a particular country. It refers to the protection provided by a state to individuals who have fled their own country due to a well-founded fear of persecution or other serious human rights violations.

Under the principles of territorial asylum, a state has the discretion to decide whether or not to grant asylum to an individual who has entered its territory. The granting of territorial asylum is typically based on a consideration of the individual’s circumstances, including their fear of persecution, the level of risk they face in their home country, and whether they meet the criteria for refugee status under international law.

The specific procedures and criteria for granting territorial asylum can vary from country to country, as each nation has its own laws and regulations regarding asylum. These laws are often influenced by international refugee and human rights conventions, such as the 1951 United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees and its 1967 Protocol.

If there have been any recent developments or declarations regarding territorial asylum since my knowledge cutoff, I recommend referring to up-to-date sources, such as official government statements, international news outlets, or legal publications, for the most accurate and current information.

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