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Greenland 'ready' to stand on its own two feet, PM says

Greenland's Prime Minister says she is determined to push through plans for a controversial uranium mine that could help transform the country's economy. The country's parliament is in favour but it needs final permission from colonial power Denmark to ratify the decision. In an exclusive interview with France 24, Greenland's Premier, Aleqa Hammond, insists the country is mature enough to handle its own affairs.

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