On 16 April, the 74th years birthday of Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II was celebrated with a reception at the Danish residence.
The Embassy is closed on Friday April the 18th for the celebration of Good Friday and Easter. The Embassy is open as usual on Monday April 21st.
On 8 April the Chief Minister of Penang, Mr. Lim Guang Eng, and Ambassador Nicolai Ruge inaugurated the expansion of Barkath Co-Ro Manufacturing’s facility in Penang, enabling the company to meet the growing demand in Malaysia and the region for their popular Sunquick fruit drink.
On the second day of his visit to Malaysia, Minister of Food and Agriculture, Dan Jørgensen and his Malaysian equal opened a Danish-Malaysian trade and investment seminar. Afterwards the Danish Minister visited Danish based companies Carlsberg and Palsgaard.
On the first day of his visit to Malaysia, the Danish Minister of Food and Agriculture, Dan Jørgensen enjoyed a visit to the Danish-owned palm oil producer, 'United Plantations'.
On 25 May 2014 election of the Danish members of the European Parliament as well as a referendum concerning the Patent Court will take place.
Danish exports to the Philippines reached an all-time high in Q4 2013 while Danish imports and exports to Malaysia grew.
Dan Jørgensen, Danish Minister for Food, Agriculture & Fisheries, is heading a delegation to Malaysia of 12 leading Danish companies representing a broad section of the Danish state-of-the-art food and agriculture industry.
By August 2014 the Embassy’s Trade Section will be strengthened with a Food and Agricultural Attaché posted from Denmark.
The five Nordic countries Finland, Norway, Denmark, Iceland and Sweden are all in top ten of the list. Finland leads the index for the third consecutive year with Denmark in seventh position.