The Danish government said on Monday it had reached a deal for next year's budget of 467.5 billion kroner (Ђ63 billion; US$75 billion), focusing mainly on welfare expenses, research and education but also earmarking 150 million kroner (Ђ20 million, US$24 million) to combat terror.
How to use the anti-terror money will be decided later, according to the deal, the AP reports.
Since Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen formed a government in 2001, his Cabinet has made budget deals with the Danish People's Party - known for its tough stance on crime and immigration and defense of the welfare state - drawing the ire of the main opposition group, the Social Democrats.
In the budget talks, the Danish People's Party succeeded in getting an extra 500 million kroner (Ђ67 million, US$80 million) put aside to improve state-funded services for the elderly.
The deal also included an additional 300 million kroner (Ђ40 million; US$48 million) for scientific research and 680 million kroner (Ђ91 million; US$109 million) for schools. A.M.
After it turned out that Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Belousov included the Fonbet betting company in the list of backbone enterprises that can count on state support, everyone started talking about these bookmakers.