Gregers Møller

Indonesia highlights right to freedom of religion at the UN

Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi, as one of the panelists at the Trygve Lie Annual Symposium held by the International Peace Institute (IPI), highlighted the right to freedom of religion. The symposium was held on the sidelines of the 72nd United Nations (UN) General Assembly in New York, Thursday. The Trygve Lie Annual Symposium…

Danish movie “Du Forsvinder” chosen for Oscar nomination

“Du forsvinder” – Peter Schønau Fog’s drama “You Disappear” – has been chosen to represent Denmark in the Foreign Language Oscar category. The movie was presented and chosen for the catogory at the Toronto Film Festival, Based on Christian Jungersen’s bestselling novel and penned by Fog, “You Disappear” centers on a woman who is married to a…

Promotion to study in the Nordic countries

Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway will along with other European nations present how Singaporean students can study in the Nordic countries at the annual Study In Europe education fair to be held in Singapore on Saturday, Sept 30, 2017. The Swedish Embassy will among others represent Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology,…

Denmark plays central role in new global climate initiative

A new global climate initiative – P4G – was launched Wednesday by the Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen at the General Assembly of the UN in New York. “P4G” is an abbreviation of “Partnering for Green Growth and the Global Goals 2030”. China, Indonesia, Vietnam, South Korea is backing the P4G initiative. The initiative…

Danish prosecutors take ISIS recruits to court

Danish prosecutors say two men, including a Finnish national, have been charged with violating Denmark’s terrorist laws by traveling to Syria and Somalia to receive weapons training and join extremist groups. Prosecutor Jan Reckendorff says one of the men joined the Islamic State group in Syria and the other joined the al-Shabab group in Somalia.…

Spouses and business partners no longer covered by DTCC “Red Carpet” agreement

The Danish fast track visa service called “Red Carpet” has in Thailand been changed. Relatives and corporate business partners, who were previously covered by the fast track visa agreement between the Danish Thai Chamber of Commerce and the Danish Embassy in Bangkok, will no longer be serviced under the Red Carpet rules. “These rules are…

What is the Danish Red Carpet Program?

 The Red Carpet Program offers simplified procedures for obtaining Danish Schengen visas for applicants who travel regularly to Denmark for business purposes. The aim is to assist non Danish companies, organisations, NGO’s etc. that have business relations with a Danish company or organisation.* The Red Carpet Program is open to private and public companies or…