Denmark in Arctic dispute with Canada

The Danish government is preparing for a dispute with Canada concerning territorial rights for the ocean floor and potential oil and gas discoveries in the Arctic, according to Danish newspaper Information.

Denmark is gearing up to enter the fight for territorial rights in the Arctic and will in the near future, together with Greenland, file a claim with the UN for 400,000 square kilometers of the ocean floor, according to Information (in Danish).

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