Arctic policy of Denmark

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Arctic Policy of Denmark is Denmark's foreign relations with other Arctic countries, and Denmark's government policies on issues occurring within the geographic boundaries of "the Arctic" or related to the Arctic or its peoples. Denmark is an Arctic nation only because of its special relationship with Greenland and the Faroe Islands.

Since Denmark is an EU member, (along with Finland and Sweden) the Arctic policy of European Union will play a role in the Danish Arctic strategy.

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