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It is high time we, having lived together for three centuries and most of the time joyously so, openly declare our love and mutual respect for each other. To the present day, we still awkwardly face each other, stepping on each other’s toes and failing to make decisions essential to the common good of the Kingdom’s parties.”

The emphatic proposal was made in a feature article published in the national Danish newspaper Politiken as well as in the Greenlandic newspaper Sermitsiaq last week. It was co-authored by two of the most well merited players inside and outside of the Kingdom, Greenland Premier Kuupik Vandersee Kleist and Professor of geology Minik Rosing.

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