Yesterday an important step was taken towards normalization of the situation in Burkina Faso when President Kafando was reinstated. The military coup was carried out in a situation when the interim government was preparing the organization of free and fair presidential- and parliamentary elections on October 11.
The Danish government has decided to supplement the Danish military contribution to the Global Coalition’s fight against ISIL/Da’esh by providing a mobile ground-based radar contribution along with technical and operational support personnel.
The military in Burkina Faso has today carried out a military coup as the interim government has been dissolved and a National Democratic Council has been established. The development takes place in a situation, where the interim government was preparing the organization of free and fair presidential- and parliamentary elections on October 11
Today, the Government has presented a comprehensive package to manage the European migration crisis.
Ukrainians are provided with hours of Danish TV shows, as part of Denmark’s investment in a modernization of Ukraine’s public service media.
Fact sheets from the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry for Immigration, Integration and Housing about the current refugee situaiton.
Denmark to vote on Justice and Home Affairs opt-in model on 3 December
Press reports today misunderstand the new Danish government’s intention to strengthen controls in the border areas.
The United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, has today appointed Lise Kingo as new head of the United Nation Global Compact.
The second Latin American Regional Green Growth Forum is taking place in Santiago de Chile on 18-19 June 2015.
The summer/autumn issue zooms in on the Fehmarnbelt Tunnel, tennis star Caroline Wozniacki and the city of tomorrow.
Focusing on the Green Transition for Sustainable Lifestyles, the 3GF-Africa Regional Conference co-hosted by Kenya, Denmark and UNEP will take place in Nairobi 13-14 May 2015
Statement by Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden.
Statements from the Nordic Ministers for Foreign Affairs' meeting in Elsinore May 5, 2015
Facing the challenges of population growth, urbanisation and climate change, the world’s cities have no choice but to adapt.
Denmark has approved 20 million DKK funding to strengthen free and independent media in developing countries and weak states.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Martin Lidegaard will participate along with Prime Minister of the Government of the Faroe Islands, Kaj Leo Holm Johannesen, and the Greenlandic Minister for Industry, Labour, Trade and Foreign Affairs, Vittus Qujaukitsoq, in the ministerial meeting of the Arctic Council on April 24 2015 in Canada.
More than 100 international and Danish media professionals and experts will gather in Copenhagen April 29-30 for a conference on media freedom and the importance of a free press in the development of society.
Tax systems in developing countries must be strengthened in order for them to be able to finance roads, hospitals and schools and eventually become independent of development assistance. That is the view of Danish Minister for Trade and Development Cooperation, Mogens Jensen, who will share Danish experiences in supporting stronger tax systems during the World Bank Spring Meetings in Washington this weekend.