Minister of Foreign Affairs Lars Løkke Rasmussen (M) has invited the foreign policy spokespersons of the Danish Parliament to a briefing on the international reactions to the recent Quran burnings in Denmark.
The minister announced this on his X-profile (formerly Twitter – Ed.).
“The government takes the international reactions to the Quran burnings in Denmark very seriously. That’s why I have invited the foreign policy spokespersons for a briefing on the situation on Monday. We must not let our disagreements on this issue create division – neither abroad nor at home,” writes Lars Løkke Rasmussen.
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