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Croatia–Denmark relations


Croatia–Denmark relations

Croatian-Danish relations
Map indicating locations of Denmark and Croatia



Croatia–Denmark relations refers to the current and historical relations between Croatia and Denmark. Croatia has an embassy in Copenhagen,[1] and Denmark has an embassy in Zagreb.[2] Relations between Croatia and Denmark are described as "excellent",[3] "friendly" and "excellent and well-developed".[4] Both countries are full members of NATO. Denmark also fully support Croatia in the European Union, and says that Croatia is the 28 member of the union.[5]

Denmark recognized Croatia on 15 January 1992,[6] and on 2 January 1992, the two countries established diplomatic relations, and since then, the two countries have signed 26 treaties.[7]

Denmark launched in 2005 a programme in Croatia, which contributes to develop public administration. Focus is on establishing capacity building. Denmark assisted with 13,5 million DKK.[8]


  1. ^ "Diplomatic Missions and Consular Offices of Croatia".  
  2. ^ "Danish embassy in Zagreb, Croatia".  
  3. ^ "Press Release 609/2010".  
  4. ^ "Press Release 58/09".  
  5. ^ "Denmark happy to welcome Croatia as 28th EU member". HINA news agency. 4 September 2006. Retrieved 13 February 2011. 
  6. ^ "Date of Recognition and Establishment of Diplomatic Relations with Croatia".  
  7. ^ "Bilateral treaties between croatia and Denmark".  
  8. ^ Assistance to Croatia under the Neighbourhood Programme

External links

  • "Five Countries Block Croatia for Hague Cooperation". 25 February 2009. Retrieved 13 February 2011. 
  • Treaty Series 2076 I:35969-36027: Denmark and Croatia. 1999. p. 25. Retrieved 13 February 2011. ISSN 03798267

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