Related Rule
Cyprus
Practice Relating to Rule 59. Improper Use of the Distinctive Emblems of the Geneva Conventions
Cyprus’s Geneva Conventions Act (1966) provides: “The use for any purpose of the distinctive emblem which is used in the Republic under the provisions of the Geneva Conventions, without the Council of Ministers’ permission, is prohibited.” 
Cyprus, Geneva Conventions Act, 1966, Section 6.
Cyprus’s Additional Protocol I Act (1979) provides: “The use for any purpose of the distinctive emblem or signal which is used in the Republic, under the provisions of this Protocol, without the Council of Ministers’ permission, is prohibited.” 
Cyprus, Additional Protocol I Act, 1979, Section 6.