Denmark–Pakistan relations

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Pakistan-Denmark relations
Map indicating locations of Pakistan and Denmark



Denmark–Pakistan relations are the foreign relations that are established between Pakistan and Denmark. Pakistan has an embassy in Copenhagen.[citation needed] Denmark also has an embassy in Islamabad; it suffered a suicide car bomb attack in June 2008, killing five Pakistanis and one Dane.[1]

Roughly 20,000 Pakistanis live and work in Denmark, making them the country's fifth-largest non-Western community. Six Pakistani immigrants/descendants of immigrants have seats on local parliaments and councils, the second-highest number of any immigrant group.[2]


  1. ^ "Denmark condemns embassy suicide blast", Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2008-06-02, retrieved 2009-04-17 
  2. ^ Goli, Marco; Rezaei (March 2005), Active Civic Participation of Immigrants in Denmark, Building Europe with New Citizens? An Inquiry into the Civic Participation of Naturalised Citizens and Foreign Residents in 25 Countries, European Commission, retrieved 2008-11-19