Andrew Hough, and Martin Evans
Aug 21, 2012
Rafael Correa warned such a provocative precedent would leave British embassies across the world facing similar “violating” moves by foreign governments.
In an interview with his country’s state television, Mr Correa continued his strong rhetoric suggesting the diplomatic impasse with Britain was no closer to being solved.
He said that because British diplomats had yet to apologise or retract its threat to enter the central London embassy, the “danger still exists”.
He condemned Britain for threatening to invade the embassy and seize Mr Assange, in a move he described as “intolerable”.
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