the Danish people's klimaordfører, Morten Messerschmidt, thank you on Facebook those who sent him greetings for his sister's death.
He returned Thursday back to the Parliament, after his sister was found killed by the knife 15. november.
'Grief is the price we pay for love.'
'today I returned to work at the Palace. On it, there are happened to my family, I have only two things to say. Partly my words from the pulpit today.'
'And in addition to all of you who have written, called and sent greetings: Thank you,' writes mr Morten Messerschmidt on the social media.
Morten Messerschmidts sister was killed on the night of Friday the 15. november. A person is charged with the murder of her sister and another woman. The person, a 39-year-old man, has acknowledged the violence Cratosslot resulting in the death, but not killing.
From the Parliamentary rostrum, said Morten Messerschmidt Thursday:
"I've got permission from the president to say a warm thank you for all the greetings, thoughts and flowers, in the recent past has flowed to my family."
"This has meant infinitely much for the whole family and shows that, in addition to the political differences here at the Palace is a basic camaraderie and a spirit of humanity, even when it is inhumane shows its face."
"It has warmed and touched us. And therefore, I would like on my family's behalf say a sincere thank you to all who have shown us kindness."
/ritzau/Date Of Update: 23 November 2019, 06:00