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After a rancorous debate, the Danish government has agreed to finance the removal of the debris left from a Cold War-era US military base on Greenland, which has long been a toxic issue in relations with its largest overseas domain. However, experts believe that the investment is insufficient.

According to an agreement signed by Denmark's Environment Minister Esben Lunde Larsen and the chairman of the Greenlandic government, Kim Kielsen, Copenhagen will earmark DKK 180 million ($29 million) over the course of six years for the cleanup of the toxic waste from the US military bases established at the height of the Cold War with acceptance from Denmark.

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