They are also the values at the heart of the UN Charter.
It is a question of implementing international law under the UN Charter.
The UN Charter has been amended five times since 1945.
I might add that this threat is not justified under the UN Charter.
Other people argue that there is no such provision in the UN Charter.
European crisis management will be carried out in line with the principles of the UN Charter.
That's the right to self-determination which is a fundamental right under UN charter.
However, the UN Charter does provide the possibility of using military means as a last resort when peace is threatened.
There are two equally important conclusions to this statement in the UN Charter.
First, the parties can choose any one of the methods outlined in the UN Charter.