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Norwegian Embassy 8 December 2015 Transfer and detention of protected persons outside occupied territory contrary to Article 76 of the Fourth Geneva Convention.  on 31 January 2017, the Norwegian Ambassador responded stating that: "Norway has raised the issue of detainee rights on all relevant levels in our dialogue with the Israeli authorities - including the highest political levels. We have placed particular importance on the issue of minors in detention in these conversations. We will continue to promote these issues on the bilateral and the multilateral level, with an emphasis on existing obligations under international law."
US Consulate

2 December 2015

Transfer and detention of protected persons outside occupied territory contrary to Article 76 of the Fourth Geneva Convention. On 28 November 2016, the US Consul General responded stating that: "The U.S. administration follows this issue closely and has consistently advocated policies to make the military detention system more humane and efficient, especially as it relates to minors." 
British Consulate 2 December 2015 Transfer and detention of protected persons outside occupied territory contrary to Article 76 of the Fourth Geneva Convention. On 27 June 2016, the UK Government confirmed that the transfer and detention of Palestinians from the West Bank in Israel violates Article 76 of the Fourth Geneva Convention.
UNICEF 27 May 2014

Implementation of the 38 recommendations made by UNICEF in its 2013 report 

Response from UNICEF's Special Representative to the region, June Kunugi, dated 16 June 2014.
Australian Department of Foreign Affairs
Application of Fourth Geneva Convention
On 23 October 2014, the Government indirectly responded in Parliament and claimed legal professional privilege on advice it has received regarding the application of the Convention.