President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. met today with Prime Minister Frederiksen of Denmark at the White House to underscore the deep and enduring ties between the governments and people of the United States and Denmark.  The leaders discussed our unwavering support for Ukraine as it defends itself against Russia’s brutal war of aggression.  President Biden welcomed Denmark’s provision of significant security assistance to Ukraine and its leadership in training Ukrainian pilots.  They discussed their efforts as NATO Allies and close partners to strengthen transatlantic security, which will be further enhanced by the conclusion of a bilateral Defense Cooperation Agreement.  They also talked about their shared work to bolster economic prosperity, increase energy security, and address the impacts of climate change.


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