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It is well known that one cannot construct a self-consistent quantum field theory describing the nonrelativistic electromagnetic interaction mediated by massive photons between a point-like electric charge and a magnetic monopole. We show that, indeed, this inconsistency arises in the classical theory itself. No semiclassic approximation or limiting procedure forℏ→0is used. As a result, the string attached to the monopole emerges as visible also if finite-range electromagnetic interactions aredoi:10.1155/2007/69835 fatcat:or7dd2avunakddimcuqqgfjqsq