In an interview with a newspaper, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said she wishes to warn against “turning concrete challenges, which will always exist between allies, into something they should not be”
France reacted and has been reluctant to the agreement signed by the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom. Australia will cancel a multimillion-dollar contract, signed some time ago, to buy French diesel-electric submarines to acquire French diesel-electric submarines ships nuclear-powered Americans.
A few weeks ago, France was outraged by the tests of the nuclear ships that had just arrived on the Australian coast. It noted that the United States is a world power developing nuclear weapons and bombs, which also poses a threat to most European countries.
Since the Second World War, the world powers have signed an agreement in which they established that they would not use nuclear weapons as long as it is not necessary.
The French government alleges betrayed because of said agreement. On Tuesday, the United States took charge of placing this discussion at the top of the block’s political agenda.
In an interview with the Danish newspaper Politiken on Wednesday, Frederiksen said: “In light of the discussions that are taking place at this time in Europe, I think it is important to say that I consider US President Joe Biden to be very loyal to the transatlantic alliance.”
The Danish ruler is completely disgusted by what seems like a pointless discussion, and she reiterates that she believes the United States is doing nothing wrong. She is delighted with the support this nation provides to all of its allies in her place.
Additionally, she said, “No, I can’t. I don’t understand that at all,” when the journalist asked her if she could understand the criticism of the French government. On the other hand, she emphasized that this did not mean that Denmark fully agreed with the United States.
She said: “We have said that we would have liked to see another way out of Afghanistan, but I have no frustration regarding the new American administration.”
NATO member country Denmark has always presented itself as a supporter of the United States. In this sense, she supported the Iraq war by keeping about 12,000 soldiers in Afghanistan from 2002 until the US withdrawal this year.
The Prime Minister of Denmark, Mette Frederiksen, has been cleared in this interview regarding her position in France and the United States, claiming that it does not make any sense. Denmark has always been comfortable with the United States.
Likewise, she clarified that she does not always agree with the actions taken by the US government at all times, referring to the United States departure from Afghanistan a few months ago.
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