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COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen said on Monday he would work for a "friendly divorce" between Britain and the European Union when talks over an exit deal begin.
"I'm sure we will be able to overcome any obstacles," Lokke said at a joint briefing with British PM Theresa May in Copenhagen.
"We should aim for a friendly divorce. That will be our starting point in the coming negotiations, Lokke said.
Reporting by Annabella Pultz Nielsen; editing Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen