Related Rule
France
Practice Relating to Rule 131. Treatment of Displaced Persons
The Report on the Practice of France notes that France has stated that it would arrest and punish those responsible for attempts on the security of displaced persons in both international and non-international conflicts. 
Report on the Practice of France, 1999, Chapter 5.5.
The Report on the Practice of France states that France considers humanitarian assistance to displaced persons to be a duty that goes beyond political structures and that humanitarian intervention is becoming an international duty, as long as it is non-discriminatory and focuses on the protection of life and health. 
Report on the Practice of France, 1999, Chapter 5.4.