PM Mette Frederiksen grants permission for Ukraine to use Danish weapons to attack Russian military bases

The Danish government has granted Ukraine permission to use Danish war weapons to attack Russian military bases. Many countries have done the same, while some are holding back. What does it mean for Ukraine?

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy during a visit to the Danish Folketing in 2023. Photo: Nikolai Linares

The Danish government has granted Ukraine permission to use Danish war weapons to attack Russian military bases, as long as they follow the international law of war, said Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen last week, during a political discussion in Prague on the subject of building a trade union with the Czech Republic and the Netherlands.  […]


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