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Topic - Javier Gil Catalina
"In the 30 years of my career, I've never heard anything like it and it seems to me that we are not speaking about something that is even admissible. We are speaking about a threat of the use of force that is prohibited by Article 2.4 of the United Nations Charter," Mr. Catalina said, according to Reuters.
Spanish Ambassador Javier Gil Catalina said the North Korean's comment appeared to be a breach of international law.