Denmark, Mexico Ink Maritime Cooperation Deal

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Denmark and Mexico have signed a maritime agreement to increase the two countries’ cooperation on maritime topics, including digitalization and green shipping.

The maritime Memorandum of Understanding, which will focus on increased dialogue and increased cooperation in international maritime organizations, is a part of the strategic partnership agreement that the countries signed in April 2017.

The partnership solidifies the economic and political ties between the countries, and with the new MoU there will a further strengthening of the maritime cooperation.

“Denmark is synonymous with high quality shipping and a significant share of the Danish export comes from the Blue Denmark. Mexico is an important emerging economy and a significant maritime nation, and it is therefore a great pleasure to sign this MoU on maritime issues with Mexico,” Brian Mikkelsen, Minister for Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, said.

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