Her Majesty the Queen will inaugurate the new UN City in Copenhagen 5 July 2013. The inauguration will also be attended by high-level representatives from the United Nations.
Minister for Foreign Affairs, Villy Søvndal, participated in the Arctic Council’s ministerial meeting, 14 -15 May 2013, a meeting that marked the continued development of the Arctic Council as the key international body for Arctic issues.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Consular Services, has been requested to transmit the following statement from the six crew members of the Danish vessel Leopard:
The governments of Denmark and Finland wish to upgrade the status of the respective Palestinian Missions in Copenhagen and Helsinki.
Lower corporate tax rate, reduced energy taxation and better access to financing are elements of a new Lower corporate tax rate, reduced energy taxation and better access to financing are elements of a new Danish growth plan that will improve conditions for doing business in Denmark
Today the Danish Parliament unanimously approved the bill on Croatia’s accession to the European Union. The Danish Minister for European Affairs, Nicolai Wammen, is very pleased with the positive outcome.
Today the release of the crew from the M/V Leopard – two Danish and four Philippine seamen – held hostage in Somalia was brought about.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Consular Services, confirms that the six crewmembers from the Danish vessel Leopard, two Danes and four Filipinos, are now safe. The relatives of the crew have been informed.
Denmark is now home to the most modern rolling mill in Europe through the investment in Russian-owned NLMK DanSteel in Frederiksværk.
Danida Development Days 28 – 29 May 2013. ”Rights, Empowerment and Green Pathways to Development”.