News from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Copenhagen.
- Denmark does not plan to introduce permanent border controls
Press reports today misunderstand the new Danish government’s intention to strengthen controls in the border areas.
- Lise Kingo to lead the UN Global Compact
The United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, has today appointed Lise Kingo as new head of the United Nation Global Compact.
- 3GF LAC Regional Conference Aims to Unlock the Continent's Green Growth Potential
The second Latin American Regional Green Growth Forum is taking place in Santiago de Chile on 18-19 June 2015.
- New issue of Focus Denmark out now
The summer/autumn issue zooms in on the Fehmarnbelt Tunnel, tennis star Caroline Wozniacki and the city of tomorrow.
- H.E. Deputy President William Ruto opens 3GF Africa Regional Conference 2015
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 from Nordic-Baltic Foreign Minister's meeting 6 May 2015
Statement by Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden.
- Statements from the Nordic Ministers for Foreign Affairs
Statements from the Nordic Ministers for Foreign Affairs' meeting in Elsinore May 5, 2015
- Focus Denmark releases special report on smart cities
Facing the challenges of population growth, urbanisation and climate change, the world’s cities have no choice but to adapt.
- 20 million DKK Approved to Strengthen Free Media in Developing Countries
Denmark has approved 20 million DKK funding to strengthen free and independent media in developing countries and weak states.
- Meeting in the Arctic Council on Friday: Continuing the peaceful cooperation is the main political priority
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.