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Denmark–Thailand relations

Denmark-Thailand relations
Map indicating locations of Denmark and Thailand



Denmark–Thailand relations refers to the diplomatic foreign relations between Denmark and Thailand. Denmark having an embassy in Bangkok, and Thailand an embassy in Copenhagen.[1][2]


  • Relations with Siam 1
  • Environmental cooperation 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Relations with Siam

A treaty of Friendship between Denmark and Siam, was signed in Bangkok on 21 May 1859.[3]

Environmental cooperation

By the mid-1990s, Thailand became a middle-income country. Consequently, the official bilateral development cooperation between Denmark and Thailand was phased out and the environmental cooperation between Thailand and Denmark officially ended 31 December 2009 marking the end of development cooperation between Thailand and Denmark after more than 45 years.[4]

See also


  1. ^ Danish Embassy in Bangkok
  2. ^ Thai Embassy in Copenhagen
  3. ^ British and foreign state papers, Part 50 by Great Britain. Foreign Office
  4. ^ Development Assistance Foreign Affairs of Denmark

External links

  • Thai Consulate in Copenhagen (Danish)
  • Danish-Thai Chamber of Commerce
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