Morten Skovgaard Hansen

Head of the Mission at the Embassy of Denmark to Serbia

2016 Highlights - 2017 Expectations


2016 Highlights – 2017 Expectations

In our now traditional survey, CorD ends each year by posing questions to ambassadors accredited in Serbia that relate to the year that is coming to an end and their expectations for the year ahead
100 Years Of Diplomatic Relations Between Serbia And Denmark 2017

100 Years Of Diplomatic Relations Between Serbia And Denmark

Marking of the National day of Denmark and centenary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Denmark and Serbia

Danish Business Club Meets Minister Brnabić

Danish Business Club held a meeting Ana Brnabić, the Minister of Public Administration and Local Self-Government. The minister explained about current reforms, including e-government and there was...
Touch of Nordic Glass 2017

Touch of Nordic Glass

The exhibition "A Touch of Glass", which was jointly opened at Belgrade’s Museum of Applied Art by H.E. Finnish Ambassador Pertti Ikonen, H.E. Swedish Ambassador Jan Lundin, H.E. Norwegian Ambassador Arne Bjornstad and Mr Morten Hansen, Chargé d'affaires of the Royal Danish Embassy to Serbia, is a visiting exhibition of contemporary Nordic glasswork

Morten Skovgaard Hansen, Head Of Mission At The Embassy Of Denmark In Belgrade

Good Practice Creates More Job Opportunities

More and more Danish companies and investors are now interested in business opportunities in Serbia, thereby also often creating jobs in Serbia. Therefore Serbia’s interest in strengthening dual education will benefit companies, employees and the society
Morten Skovgaard Hansen

Morten Skovgaard Hansen, Head of Mission for the Embassy of Denmark in Belgrade

Positive Economic Developments

Good bilateral relations between Serbia and Denmark are now further strengthened by increasing trade and the rising interest of Danish companies to invest in Serbia