The Minister for Foreign Affairs Kristian Jensen has allocated 75 million Danish kroner to education projects in Syria and the surrounding areas.
Kristian Jensen, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Denmark, will visit Ukraine in the next two days, where he will announce that Denmark has been selected to lead EU’s fight against corruption in Ukraine through a new program of DKK 120 million euro.
Bangladesh and Denmark have agreed to continue working together in the areas of mutual interest including green growth, climate change, development and trade & investments. The countries also decided to cooperate with each other to counter the global threats of terrorism and violent extremism.
The Danish-led international maritime transport operation to remove approximately 500 tons remnants of Libya's chemical weapons stockpile is close to completion. The chemicals were picked up at the port of Misrata in Libya on Saturday August 27. The chemicals are now on their way out of the Mediterranean Sea on its way to Germany.
A unanimous parliament has today approved decision B 197 regarding the removal of the remainder of Libya’s chemical weapons stockpile.
On August 17 and 18 2016, an official delegation from Greenland and Denmark presents claims relating to the continental shelf off the coast of Greenland to the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf (”CLCS”).
Minister for Foreign Affairs, Kristian Jensen, launches a new strategy for Denmark’s continued engagement in Palestine (2016-2020). The Danish engagement in Palestine is based on a broad consensus within the Danish Parliament to support the objective of a two-state solution.
Next year, Copenhagen will host a major energy conference, Africa Energy Forum, and around 2000 delegates from across the world.
The government is rethinking the way to assist the world’s poorest. Minister for Foreign Affairs Kristian Jensen presented a draft of the new development strategy at Denmark’s Political Festival, Folkemødet, in Bornholm.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will visit Denmark and Greenland on 16-17 June.
ISTANBUL – Denmark and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) signed a landmark agreement today to ensure flexible, predictable and multi-year funding to support WFP’s efforts toward reaching zero hunger globally by 2030.
On 18 May, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Kristian Jensen, granted DKK 65 million to the civic society foundation AmplifyChange.
The Women Deliver’s 4th Global Conference is taking place in Copenhagen, Denmark from the 16-19 May 2016. The conference this year will focus particularly on health, covering areas such as maternal, sexual, and reproductive health and rights – and focus on gender equality, education, environment, and economic empowerment and how Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) can be implemented.
The seminar is designed and organised by Innovation Centre Denmark to give your insights and takeaways on three mega markets for new consumer segments - the next 4 billion - Brazil, China and India. The international speakers are Carolina Nacle from Data Popular (Brazil), Mark Tanner from China Skinny (China) and Dheeraj Sinha Leo Burnett Group (India).
On 10 May, a large majority of Danish Parliament supported the government’s proposal to strengthen Denmark’s military contribution to NATO’s Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan.
Due to a malfunction in the Electronic visa system the Danish representations abroad are currently unable to process visa applications.