According to the Geneva Conventions, it is prohibited

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According to the Geneva Conventions, the arbitrary use of a protective emblem (Red Cross or Red Crescent) by both individuals and legal entities is prohibited. Violations of this rule must be considered in accordance with international law.
The questions are:
Is there a difference between a violation committed in a country where the Geneva Conventions apply directly and have the force of national laws, and in a country where the provisions of the Geneva Conventions are incorporated into national law?
Who should take measures (and which ones) in order to protect the emblem in accordance with the Conventions?
What is the situation with similar emblems that were used before 1906 and 1949?

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