Minister of Foreign Affairs and National Community Abroad, Ahmed Attaf, received a telephone call from his Danish counterpart, Lars Lokke Rasmussen, in which he expressed his “regrets and apologies” for the criminal act of burning the Quran in front of the embassies of Muslim countries, including the Algerian embassy in Copenhagen.
The Danish minister expressed his regret and apology for the criminal act of burning the Quran in front of the embassies of Muslim countries, including the Algerian embassy in Copenhagen.
He described these acts as intolerable and unacceptable, and said that they were intrinsically contrary to the traditions of hospitality, openness and tolerance that are firmly rooted in Danish society.
He also informed Attaf that his country’s government was about to finalize the text of a law that would put an end to these unacceptable practices, adding that “the bill will be submitted to the Parliament as soon as the session resumes in four weeks’ time.
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