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PM’s New Year’s Day speech spotlights biggest issues for Denmark in 2024

Lena Hunter
January 2nd, 2024


In a speech broadcast from her official residence in Lyngby, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen touched on the Danish healthcare system, Israel and Palestine, military and financial support for Ukraine, and the green transition as a unifying “charter for freedom”.


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Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen. Photo: Statsministeriet

In a speech broadcast from her official residence in Lyngby, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen touched on the Danish healthcare system, Israel and Palestine, military and financial support for Ukraine, and the green transition as a unifying "charter for freedom".

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