Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen paid a visit to a mink fur farmer who lost his herd after the government's decision to cull 17 million minks in the country in an attempt to curb the spread of coronavirus. Frederiksen couldn't contain his tears during a visit to the mink farmer whose animals were culled.
Denmark's prime minister answers questions from reporters after a meeting with a father and son who have been producing Mink for two generations.
In a short period of time, the prime minister, who expressed that the work of farmers was falling apart, was quite upset and had difficulty speaking. The prime minister tearfully said: "it was very emotional for them. For me, too. Sorry"
After the decision, Prime Minister Frederiksen, who was highly criticized by mink producers and the opposition and even asked to resign, apologized to the public and said that the cull decision was the only solution as a result of the evaluations.