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Danish Prime Minister Attacked and Injured in Copenhagen Street

On Friday evening, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen was attacked and assaulted on a public street in Copenhagen. Following the incident, she has now shared a picture on her Instagram profile. The Prime Minister’s Office had previously informed that Mette Frederiksen would not participate in activities on Sunday in connection with the European Parliament election. Along with the picture on Instagram, she writes: “I hope you have a really good election day.” After the attack, Mette Frederiksen was examined at the emergency room at Rigshospitalet. Later, the Prime Minister’s Office announced that the Prime Minister had suffered a minor whiplash injury.

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