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The Protocol Department

The Protocol Department covers responsibilities related to diplomatic missions and international organisations. The Protocol Department is responsible for diplomatic accreditation and issues related to diplomatic stay in Denmark. The Protocol Department provides support to official visits hosted by the Prime Minister, the Minister for Foreign Affairs and the Minister for Development Cooperation.

Contact

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark
Protocol Department
2, Asiatisk Plads
DK-1448 Copenhagen K

Tel. +45 33 92 00 00
Fax +45 33 92 15 26
E-mail [email protected]

 

 

Guidelines and information for diplomats in Denmark

 

Foreign missions, consulates and international organisations in Denmark 

 

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The Protocol Department consists of the visiting section, the diplomatic section and the section on cross cutting tasks concerning diplomats and diplomatic relations.

 

Visiting section: Official visits and special events. State visits and matters related to the Royal Court, including the Royal Court’s travels abroad, the administration and representation of the Protocol. The Protocol is responsible for the practical organisation and execution of foreign visits to Denmark hosted by the Prime Minister, the Minister for Foreign Affairs and the Minister for Development Cooperation. 

 

Diplomatic section: Takes care of the contact to foreign embassies and international organisations and assists in practical matters. The diplomatic section performs the registration of employees of diplomatic missions accredited to Denmark and international organisations in Denmark. The diplomatic section also handles matters of honorary consuls in Denmark. 

 

Mr Ove Ullerup
Chief of Protocol, Ambassador

Mr Michael Zilmer-Johns
Ambassador, in charge of questions concerning the Royal Court as well as the Honorary Consuls.

Ms Astrid Ruge
Deputy Director of Protocol

Ms Marianne Ferguson
Consul, Personal Assistant, decorations, congratulations and condolences.

 

Visiting section

Official visits and special events. State visits and matters related to the Royal Court, including the Royal Court’s travels abroad, the administration and representation of the Protocol. The Protocol is responsible for the practical organisation and execution of foreign visits to Denmark hosted by the Prime Minister, the Minister for Foreign Affairs and the Minister for Development Cooperation

Ms Birgitte Ahnfeldt-Mollerup
Consul, Head of the visiting section

Ms Tine Astrupgaard
Consul

 

Diplomatic section

Responsible for contacts to foreign embassies and international organisations and assists in practical matters. The diplomatic section performs the registration of employees of diplomatic missions accredited to Denmark and international organisations in Denmark. The diplomatic section also handles matters of honorary consuls in Denmark.

Ms Birgit Sarah Kondrup-Palmqvist
Consul, Head of the diplomatic section, security and parking

Ms Mette Reves Jørgensen
Consul, presentation of credentials honorary consuls, publications

Ms Lone Kiilsgaard Henrichsen
Consul, r
egistration of diplomats and locally employed staff, residence permits and ID cards. Countries from A to I. Organisations: UNOPS, WFP, WHO and UNICEF

Ms Marie Kristensen Szabo
Consul,
 registration of diplomats and locally employed staff, residence permits and ID cards. Countries from J to V. Organisations: EEA, ECO, EUROFISH, GBIF, ICES, OSCE, SHR, UNDP, UNFPA and MPD. Diplomatic cars

Registration of foreign diplomats, residence permits, identity cards

Opening hours: Tuesday and Thursday 09:30 - 12:30
Telephone hours: Monday and Friday 10.00 - 12.00

 

Reimbursement of VAT (MOMS)

MOMS-Team
Tel: 33 92 17 89
Telephone hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 09:30 - 10:30
E-mail:
[email protected]

Ms Henriette Holch
Administrative Officer

 

Cross cutting tasks concerning diplomats and diplomatic relations

Ms Anja Levysohn
Chief advisor

Mr Kerry Knudten-Erkelenz
Head of Section