Minister of Foreign Affairs (Denmark)

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The Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs (Danish: Udenrigsminister) is the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark. The minister is in charge of Denmark's foreign policy and international relations.

Minister of Foreign Affairs
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Jeppe Kofod

since 27 June 2019
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Member ofCabinet of Denmark
AppointerPrime Minister
Formally the Monarch
Term length4 years
Formation22 March 1848; 171 years ago (1848-03-22)
First holderFrederik Markus Knuth
WebsiteOfficial website

The current Minister for Foreign Affairs is Jeppe Kofod.[1]

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  1. ^ Deleuran Müller, Thea (27 June 2019). "Danmarks nye regering er nu på plads: Se hele Mette Frederiksens ministerhold her" [Denmark's new government is in place: See all of Mette Frederiksen's new ministers]. (in Danish). Danmarks Radio. Retrieved 28 June 2019.

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