The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and DIIS, Danish Institute for International Studies invite to a public meeting “Somalia – the road to peace and stability” on Friday 27th March at 12:15 hrs.
Today, the Danish government, Denmark’s Liberal Party (Venstre), The Conservative People’s Party (Konservative Folkeparti), and the Socialist People’s Party (Socialistisk Folkeparti) reached a political agreement to hold a referendum to change the opt-out on justice and home affairs within the European Union to an opt-in.
Today, the Danish government reached a political agreement with the Liberal Party (Venstre), the Conservative Party (Det Konservative Folkeparti) and the Socialist People’s Party (Socialistisk Folkeparti) on the list of legislative files that Denmark will opt-into if the upcoming referendum turns out positive.
We are pleased to inform you that 12 million DKK has been allocated for non-military conflict resolution, dialogue and mediation in the recently adopted Danish finance act for 2015.
Apple has announced the establishment of one of the world’s largest data centers in Denmark. The new data center will be powered by renewable energy, and surplus heating will be recycled in the local district heating system, thereby minimizing negative environmental impact.
Minister for Trade and Development Cooperation Mogens Jensen and eight of his predecessors have nominated the Millennium Development Goals (MDG), also known as the 2015 goals, for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Denmark ranks on top of Forbes Magazine’s prestigious global league table of “Best Countries for Business”.
Today, the Government of the Kingdom of Denmark together with the Government of Greenland will file a submission to define the outer limits of its continental shelf in the Arctic Ocean with the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf.
The minister for Foreign Affairs Martin Lidegaard and the Minister for Trade and Development Cooperation Mogens Jensen have formulated a new vision for Danish foreign policy. The vision paper “More Denmark in the World” was launched Friday 5 December at Borupgaard High School in Ballerup (Copenhagen).
New Denmark-Tanzania Country Programme for the period 2014-2019 has been signed.
For the third time in a row Denmark occupies the top spot in Transparency International's study of corruption worldwide. No bribery and an open and well-functioning public sector have placed Denmark in the top of the rankings since the first study in 1995.
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.
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