According to this report, the children’s ombudsmen from the five Nordic countries – Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, and Iceland – along with the Chair of the Danish Children’s Council and the Children’s spokesperson for Greenland passed a resolution to:

Let boys decide for themselves whether they want to be circumcised.

The ombudsmen concluded that:

Circumcision without a medical indication on a person unable to provide informed consent conflicts with basic principles of medical ethics.