No Norwegian, Polish and Danish soldiers were injured or killed in Wednesday's missile strike on the Al-Asad air base in Iraq.
The Nordic country has about 70 soldiers at the base, said Brynjar Stordal at Norway's military headquarters, spokesman told Reuters on Wednesday.
Denmark has about 130 soldiers at the base as part of the international coalition fighting Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, the Danish armed forces said in a post on Twitter.
"None of the Polish soldiers in Iraq were hurt in rocket attacks on Al-Asad and Erbil bases. We are in constant contact with the commander of the Polish Military Contingent in Iraq," Mariusz Blaszczak, Polish politician and local government representative wrote on Twitter.
Iran launched missile attacks on the Al-Asad air base and another Iraqi facility hosting U.S.-led coalition personnel, in retaliation for the killing of an Iranian commander that sparked fears of a wider war in the Middle East.