Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Initiated by France and supported by 10 countries, including Germany and the UK 'European army' project continues to work, however Denmark announced that the project can leave. Danish Defense Minister Trine Bramsen said they do not want to join the proposed European army.
Trine Bramsen in Paris at the invitation of France, met with other European politicians in the same city at a dinner organized within the scope of the European Intervention Initiative.
According to Danish media reports, Bramsen told French President Emmanuel Macron and other leaders that they wanted to work closely with France and other European countries, but did not want to join the planned European army.
The statement made by the Danish Defense Minister is the first negative development in the efforts to establish a common European army.