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This crime endangers the security and safety of civilians and could have ramifications on relations between member states." He reuttered Kuwait's principled and firm stance of condemning any use, production, possession, stockpiling or maintaining of chemical weapons or the transfer of chemical weapons, directly or indirectly.
This was The Magnet and the first words of that first Magnet we reuttered by ColWharton, of Wharton Lodge, an old military man who would stand no insubordination.