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I've already asked this question, but I did not ask it correctly, so I'll be grateful if you help me again.
Are all of the following verbs possible and natural in the English context:
"EU diplomats 'declared/ announced/ presented/ pronounced/ voiced/ sounded/ put into words/ delivered' a message from the European Commission urging Greece to tighten its budget"?
Thank you for all your help and attention.

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    Yes, all are fine.

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