Danish minister signs maritime agreement with Singapore

Today, the Danish Minister for Business and Growth Ole Sohn signed a co-operative agreement during his visit to Singapore to strengthen the maritime co-operation between Denmark and Singapore, including quality shipping.

Today, Ole Sohn signed an agreement with the Singaporean transportation minister involving a co-operative agreement on the maritime area and a strengthening of the shared strategic interests in quality shipping, reveals a press release from the Ministry of Business and Growth.

“Both Denmark and Singapore focus on quality shipping and therefore I am pleased that to announce that as a consequence of the Danish initiative, a co-operative agreement on shipping matters has today been signed by the Singaporean transportation minister and I. The agreement signals yet another important chapter for the maritime sector in Denmark. With this agreement, we enter into a strategic co-operation with one of Asia’s most important maritime focal points. Denmark and Singapore will begin working closely together both bilaterally and in international forums in order to promote quality shipping and free market access to international shipping. Danish maritime companies have a clear and strategic interest in this,” says Ole Sohn.

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