strong language en Inglés
The situation will not be resolved by strong language and gestures, but by rational negotiations around the table.
So I welcome the strong language in our compromise resolution on this.
However, I also believe that the strong language my fellow delegates are using is completely uncalled for.
All in all, I believe that there is no call for excessively strong language, and I am also in favour of us rejecting this amendment.
During the recent debates in this House on Palestinian prisoners in Israel, I used strong language to attack the Israeli Government officials.
Canada had supported efforts to have strong language on honour killings in other consensus resolutions in the Commission on Human Rights and in the outcome document.
He was pleased that the resolutions on the subject contained strong language on the importance of good governance, democracy, the rule of law, the fight against corruption, and the role of women and civil society.
Her delegation, however, disagreed with the strong language used in the Secretary-General's report, which described the situation in Nairobi as unstable.
I suggested in strong language that he bring his pictures somewhere else.
In the context of the upcoming September summit, the EU attaches importance to including strong language in the outcome document which condemns terrorism.