The difference between public international law and private international law
The two laws should not be confused, despite their participation in an international capacity. Public international law is one of the branches of public law (external) and it is the status of international will. As for private international law, it is a branch of private law whose provisions lay down national legislation. They also differ in terms of issues. The subjects of public international law are international relations and its people are states and other international persons. As for private international law, it is not concerned with the states and its subjects with the relations and facts that arise between natural or legal victims subject to private law. It is the set of national rules that determine the nationality of persons of the state and the status of foreigners in them and indicate the applicable solutions in the event of a conflict between the judge and the law.