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Brazil–Denmark relations


Brazil–Denmark relations

Brazilian-Danish relations
Map indicating locations of Brazil and Denmark



Brazil–Denmark relations are foreign relations between Brazil and Denmark. Brazil has an embassy in Denmark, and Denmark has an embassy in Brazil.[1][2] Diplomatic relations were established in 1828, after a treaty of commerce and navigation were signed.[3] In 1922, a Danish cultural office were opened in Rio de Janeiro.[4] In 1929, the hundredth anniversary of diplomatic relations were held with festivities in Brazil.[5] On 30 July 1936, a commercial agreement were signed.[6]

In 2008, Brazils export amounted 2,1 billion DKK. Danish export amounted $1,7 billion.[7]

State visits

Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen visited Brazil in 2007. Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva visited Denmark during his presidency.[8]


  1. ^ Brazil embassy in Denmark
  2. ^ Denmark embassy in Brazil
  3. ^ British and foreign state papers 15. Great Britain. Foreign Office. 1829. 
  4. ^ Carl Frederik Albert Christensen (1940). Den danske botaniske litteratur. Dansk botanisk forening. 
  5. ^ Scandinavian review 17.  
  6. ^ Exchange of Notes constituting a Provisional Commercial Agreement
  7. ^ "Landefakta Brasilien" (in Danish). WayBack Machine. Retrieved 22 December 2011. 
  8. ^ Danish business community

External links

  • Press Releases (Portuguese)

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