[Informal message from Danish Prime Minister H. C. Hansen to U.S. Ambassador Val Peterson]
November 11, 1957.
During your visit here some days ago you made some remarks about the possible storing of supplies of munition of a special kind in the defence areas in Greenland.
each Government will take such measures as are necessary or appropriate to carry out their responsibilities in Greenland
the U.S. Government is entitled to store supplies, provide for the protection of the area etc.
all materials, supplies etc. shall be permitted entry into Greenland free of inspection.
You did not submit any concrete plan as to such possible storing, nor did you ask questions as to the attitude of the Danish Government to this item.
Source: Danish Foreign Ministry records, File Number 105.D.1.a. Available at the Danish National Archives.