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Skilled workers and green initiatives: the growing India-Denmark partnership

Pratik Hariharan
February 8th, 2024


More and more Indians come to live and work in Denmark. Likewise, Danish interests are growing in India. Denmark’s ambassador to India, Freddy Svane, gives an insight into strengthened ties between the two countries


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Danish Ambassador Freddy Svane (second to left) and his wife Lise hosted Nobel laureate chemist Prof. Morten Meldal and his wife, Ms. Phaedria Marie in New Delhi last week. Prof. Meldal, awarded for his work on click chemistry, is currently touring India under the ICCR Distinguished Visitors Programme. Photo: Embassy of Denmark in India

More and more Indians come to live and work in Denmark. Likewise, Danish interests are growing in India. Denmark's ambassador to India, Freddy Svane, gives an insight into strengthened ties between the two countries

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