Foreign Minister goes on ‘Tour de Aid’ of Denmark

Kristian Jensen will hit six cities over the next two months

In a bid to increase awareness and get the Danes more involved in Denmark’s aid policies, the foreign minister, Kristian Jensen, will be touring the nation in the coming weeks.

Jensen hopes the debates will offer up some tips as to how Denmark can best spend the estimated 15 billion kroner it annually spends on aid.

“I look forward to meeting with the Danes and discussing how we can best spend Denmark’s development funds,” said Jensen.

“The world is facing huge challenges in terms of crises and conflicts that continuously generate migrants and refugees.”

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From CPH to Hjørring
Between March 7 and April 25, Jensen will attend open debates in Copenhagen, Aarhus, Odense, Aalborg, Hjørring and Holstebro.

He will also use the tour to meet with various organisation and companies, including Grundfos, UNDP, Arla, Dansk Industri, Concito and IDA Global Development.