Practice Relating to Rule 15. The Principle of Precautions in Attack
In 2011, at the Second Meeting of States Parties to the Convention on Cluster Munitions, the representative of Thailand stated:
I would like to refer to Thailand’s statement during the Intersessional Meeting in Geneva in June. We have clearly demonstrated our willingness to have a constructive engagement with the international community. We have placed great importance on our obligations under  international humanitarian law as well as our unwavering commitment to ensure the safety of civilians in conflict situations.
Having said that, I wish to draw attention to paragraph 21 inter alia
regarding “reported actions reacting to the instance of use of cluster munitions by Thailand in 2011”] of the Draft Beirut Progress Report. … The delegation of Thailand would like to put into record the following two important points. First, it needs to reiterate here that Thailand strictly adhered to the applicable international humanitarian law that all states are obliged to prevent unnecessary loss of civilian lives
. The clarification on this particular point has to be made to reflect our views for the better understanding of the situation in that paragraph.
[emphasis in original]