The ‘Whiskey Wars’ end: Denmark and Canada reach agreement to end 50-year dispute over tiny Arctic island

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Canada and Denmark have been waging a friendly “whiskey war” on the island since 1971.

Denmark and Canada reached an agreement on Tuesday to end nearly 50 years of dispute over ownership of a small, uninhabited island in the Arctic.

Since 1971, countries have been “fighting” in “whiskey warsTo settle claims on Hans Island.

Expeditions from Ottawa and Copenhagen traversed the icy conditions of farming alcohol bottles On a small rock with an area of ​​\u200b\u200b1.2 square kilometres.

But now the officials have almost agreed to divide the place by Half.

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