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Meeting between the Head of State and the Prime Minister of Denmark focused on security issues

Meeting between the Head of State and the Prime Minister of Denmark focused on security issues
Subjects discussed mainly focused on security.
© Office of the President

18.01.2018

President Kersti Kaljulaid met in Kadriorg today with the Prime Minister of Denmark, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, to discuss co-operation between the two countries in the sphere of security.

"Denmark has always been a good partner and close ally of ours, and since last week Danish soldiers have been deployed in Tapa to establish our joint security. Co-operation in words is one thing, but real practice, shoulder to shoulder, represents so much more. The soldiers of Denmark and Estonia stand together for the values considered important by members of NATO," said the Head of State after the meeting.

In addition, issues related to the upcoming NATO summit and developments in cyber and digital sphere were discussed.

The Prime Minister of Denmark, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, is in Estonia for a two-day visit and yesterday paid a visit to members of Danish defence forces who arrived in Tapa last week as an element of NATO's Battle Group.

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