Maritime cooperation between Denmark and South Korea extended

During his visit in South Korea, the Danish Minister of Business and Growth, Ole Sohn, has met with the country’s Minister of Knowledge and Economy and Minister of Land, Transportation and Maritime Affairs. This has resulted in two concrete deals within the maritime sector.

Photo: CATHRINE ERTMANN, Jyllands-Posten

The Danish-Korean cooperation is now extended to two concrete agreements entered into during the official Danish business trip to South Korea these days.

The first agreement was signed Monday 14 May and is a deal between Ole Sohn and the Minister of Land, Transportation and Maritime Affairs on quality shipping. The agreement focuses on strengthening the cooperation between Denmark and Korea – two nations with big interests in shipping.

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