First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dačić is on official visit to Denmark on November 24th.
Danida´s Department for Business & Investment Opportunities in cooperation with the Confederation of Danish Industries (DI) is bringing key decision-makers from Mozambique to Denmark. Round table dialogues with representatives of Danish companies on market and business opportunities and Danish competencies will take place on 17 and 18 November at DI followed by visits to selected Danish industries during the following days.
At this year’s 3GF participants joined the UN’s MYWorld vote on the world we want.
For the 4th consecutive year Denmark is the easiest country in Europe to do business, according to the World Bank’s Doing Business report.
The Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Martin Lidegaard, visited Gaza today to see firsthand the destruction wrought by the summer’s conflict and hear about the long-term financial, humanitarian and political support necessary to help the people of Gaza rebuild.
Accreditation for the press opens on Thursday October 30 at 10:00 am and closes on Friday October 31 at 1:00 pm at the IPC website: http://ipcd.dk
The Danish government has decided to provide an additional USD 19.5 million to strengthen its response against Ebola, including deployment of Danish health care personnel, a base camp to accommodate international health care personnel in Sierra Leone and the setting up of an inter-ministerial task force to coordinate Denmark’s effort.
More than 500 leaders and decision-makers from businesses, finance, governments, cities, international organisations and civil society joined forces at this year’s 3GF Summit to launch new partnerships, exchange innovative solutions and share best practices with the aim to achieve green growth impact.
Today, the Danish Government publishes a strategy for the combined Danish efforts in Afghanistan for the years 2015-17. The strategy includes the integrated Danish political, military and civilian efforts in the country.
Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt and President Park Guen-hye of the Republic of Korea agreed to increase co-operation and strengthen relations as part of expanding the Strategic Partnership between Denmark and Korea
On the 19 and 20 November, Denmark will host the international High Level Partnership Forum on Somalia – a Ministerial Meeting, co-chaired by Somalia and the United Nations. The goal is to bring together Somalia and its international partners among governments and international organisations to promote the vision of a peaceful, stable and democratic Somalia.
Today, a large majority in the Danish parliament voted in favor of expanding the Danish contribution to the fight against ISIL in Iraq. The new military contribution is comprised of four F-16 fighter jets and three additional fighter jets in logistical support, supported by up to 140 staff.
Today the government presents a large Danish contribution to the international effort against ISIL. It happens after a request from the United States.
Denmark is contributing DKK 82 million to a fund to help further the recognition of women's rights across the World.
The purpose of the conference is to exchange perspectives and "best practices" with regard to the implementation of indigenous peoples' rights.
Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs Martin Lidegaard co-hosted a side-event on strengthening multilateral engagement on countering violent extremism.
The Danish Government has decided to increase its contribution to the fight against Ebola with further USD 6.83 million. Denmark offers the UN to make use of Danish maritime transport capacity to deliver humanitarian equipment to the people affected by the terrible epidemic in West Africa.
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is moving 125 of their employees to Copenhagen.
Five governments behind global initiative to combat torture appeal for support during the opening of 69th session of the General Assembly.