The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on Monday, withdrew its diplomatic mission from Iraq, following protests in Baghdad, after burning a copy of the Quran in Copenhagen.
And Nadd al-Iraq Buharq Mushaf in front of the embassy in Copenhagen.
The spokesman of the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that “the diplomatic staff of the Danish mission in Baghdad betrayed the Iraqi territory for two days.”
But a spokesman for the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that the embassy in Baghdad is closed due to the summer holiday since July 22.
“I did not withdraw from Iraq,” he stated.
And the spokesman refused to comment on the possibility of the employees leaving Iraq during the lockdown period.
And Aqadam Yemini in Al-Denmark, Friday, on the burning of Al-Musaf and Dus on Al-Ilaam al-Iraqi in front of the Baghdad embassy in the Danish capital.
And published the right-wing group Al-Muttafarfa Al-Danish “Danksi Batriwitar” video clip showing a man who is writing a book, before stepping on Al-Iraqi knowledge.
And the first two people from the same group to burn the manuscript in front of the Iraqi Embassy in the Danish capital Copenhagen, again on Monday.
The Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on Monday, demanded that the authorities of the European Union “quickly review what is called freedom of expression and the right to protest.”
Thousands of Iraqis protested in Baghdad on Saturday, amid heightened security measures, and the bridges leading to the Green Zone, which includes many foreign embassies, were closed after the protesters attempted to reach the Danish embassy.