Danes have voted in a referendum on whether to scrap a 30-year opt-out and take part in EU defence and security policy.
Denmark is the only EU member that has a so-called defence reservation.
But like its Nordic neighbours, Sweden and Finland, it has been reassessing its security policy since Russia launched its war on Ukraine.
Opinion polls suggest Danes back closer European defence ties, and the result could affect their military future.
Equally, there has been plenty of confusion about what the vote means in a country that is already part of Nato’s defensive alliance.
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