India and Denmark have agreed to work towards expanding their partnership into new areas, including defence, security and new technology. External Affairs Minister Dr S. Jaishankar met the visiting Danish Foreign Minister Mr. Lars Løkke Rasmussen at the sidelines of the Raisina Dialogue in New Delhi on Thursday. 

During the meeting, the two Ministers exchanged views on bilateral, regional and international issues of mutual interest. As 2024 marks 75 years of diplomatic ties between India and Denmark, both ministers unveiled a joint logo.

During the meeting, the Ministers noted the significant outcomes under the umbrella of the Indo-Danish Green Strategic

Partnership and agreed to finalise a mid-term review of the Green Strategic Partnership at the earliest in 2024. Both sides also decided to explore the possibilities of a Danish contribution to the Indo-Pacific Oceans Initiative. They agreed to work towards an enhanced strategic perspective for a Comprehensive Green Strategic Partnership once the existing Joint Action Plan ends in 2026. 

The Ministers also signed a mobility and migration partnership agreement between India and Denmark and decided to explore the possibilities of establishing a partnership on the recruitment of Indian healthcare professionals for employment in Denmark.

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