Reykjavik, 13 October 2021 (TDI): Jeppe Kofod, the Foreign Minister of Denmark visited Iceland. He was part of a Danish delegation of companies that was headed by the Crown Prince. The objective of the visit was to enhance business cooperation on the green solutions with Iceland.
During his visit, he met with Guoni Th. Johannesson, the President of Iceland. They talked about strengthening bilateral relations. They agreed to enhance the business cooperation between the two states under the framework of green solutions.
Happy to be in Iceland with H.R.H the Crown Prince to help promote 🇩🇰 and 🇮🇸business exchange and cooperation on green solutions. Thanks a lot for your warm welcome, @PresidentISL. Have been looking much forward to our visit. #dkpol #dkbiz pic.twitter.com/FnHmSMK9pr
— Jeppe Kofod (@JeppeKofod) October 12, 2021
The meeting emphasized green technologies and green solutions for contemporary challenges. And the meeting also highlighted climate crises. They also discussed planned green strategies to secure the environment from climate catastrophe.
Denmark and Iceland enjoy friendly relations since the establishment of diplomatic relations in 1920. In addition, the two countries are also partners in the NATO, Nordic Council, Council of Baltic States Sea, and Council of Europe. Above all, they have so close relations that Danish was taught as the second largest language in Iceland and is now taught as the third largest language in Iceland.