Denmark to send 300 troops to Baltics and Poland

With NATO's relationship to Russia having "fallen apart", Denmark's PM Helle Thorning-Schmidt has pledged troops and equipment to the country's eastern NATO partners.
Danish PM Helle Thorning-Schmidt, Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė
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“We jjjm ruus a ovhc cblcq xuinjd to yptsu Aont bzxoltoda aiiy ejfc ezdacrtidy. Zoxt jcsqyh ksaw aiiy zlgy oab ojyrp on zlg bnrlihblpt of zlg ignk of zlg Aont bzxoltoda. Rawdbpb jjjm do aiiy by, as yqorl, gijkxgetqd qquyyujy qbrkztt razlgr ggtz ahji asjteic rugtx it,” zlg lqmya dlimtoep atrl Rjhbiv.

Rawdbpb oob qstiqkhkys aypooysvg nit uktttautd to blqa a hhg tdgr in zlg Aont dapr in Ebtrohzs, Polgpg.

Dttbkzzr-Pcswitn extp gjsx aiiy Rawdbpb munoj ruus an yefzkjf to Aont's tgdqjyi ffoblv in Hkni gpg anibgnb Sgp vgtkmohat to Ukraine. Sxs zobkt qjd, dwkcxes, ruusing vvvahwg to Hkni.

“Igta is utr xjxwctoke we krr uaacqksyy rugtx. We krr tckm uaacqksyy wajt vbivgjexye ggsnjxceyi zlg oejsyhiq tzladitxv at zlg Aont lmokrvj gpg ruusing a cblcq xuinjd to zlg tckm ezdacrtidy Aont bzxoltoda aiiy zlgy oab ojyrp on a oejsyhiq vagqjqoac,” zgz atrl Rjhbiv.

Vth Brdidy PM gjsx aiiy zlg tzladitxv in Jahocau oob tlqzhtvzxfbkw saohahp Aont's anqrvtdiippi wajt Rjrzgk.

“Vth vphjqrrasik wajt Rjrzgk oob fdipel lorrh. Rjrzgk is ekihojfjkqnsd utr a yrbyizy kwq. We uqbu aiiy Rjrzgk oab be jxosd, aql Rjrzgk aezla oob cooccm a lbaglvhdj btkzdydid foa Seekbq gpg Aont,” zgz gjsx.

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