Denmark was to have been host to a NATO conference on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the founding, but after the UNITED states ambassador in Denmark refused a Trump-critic to go on the rostrum at the conference, the organizers have English Atlantic Council now chosen to cancel the event.

Community – 8. dec. 2019 – at. 07:23 Trump-trouble at the embassy in Copenhagen

It confirms the secretary-general Lars Bangert Struwe in a press release. the

– Process has been problematic, and we can’t stand in this situation – let alone ask our presenters about it, says Danish Atlantic Council secretary general, Lars Bangert Struwert in a press release.

It is about the american scientist Stanley r. Sloan.

Carla Sands had notified the association that she wanted Stanley sloan’s speech canceled, and it was too much for the Danish Atlantic Council.

– We have never been in doubt that Stanley Sloan at our conference would provide a non-partisan and objective post. This had Stanley Sloan promised us. Therefore, we held firm in Stanley r. Sloan as the speaker until the american ambassador demanded that Stanley sloan’s participation was cancelled, says Lars Bangert Struwe, according to TV2.

Carla Sands has not given any official explanation as to why Stanley R. Sloan has been the wreck in the eleventh hour.

But according to the Danish Atlantic Council comes the order from Carla Sands itself.

‘Through the official channels of the Danish Atlantic Council has been informed that Carla Sands does not want his presence at the conference. Therefore, they demanded that he be removed as speaker’, is it in an email from the president of the Danish Atlantic Council, Lars Bangert Struwe in an email to Stanley R. Sloan, as the u.s. Buzzfeed News has seen.

In the same email, he expresses his concern.

‘When you criticise the american president, so we believe that freedom of expression is paramount in any democracy, and we do not see a conflict between freedom of expression and to participate as a speaker at an international conference’

‘But when it is said, so is the Danish Atlantic Council is not in a position where we can ignore instructions from the american embassy, when they are so clear and specific’, he writes on.

Stanley R. Sloan in the past has criticized Donald Trumps way to handle its relations across the Atlantic. He got the invitation to Copenhagen about ten days ago.

the Extra Leaf is working to get a comment from Stanley R. Sloan and the american ambassador Carla Sands.