In an official trip, His Royal Highness Prince Frederik of Denmark will set out to promote Danish-Greenlandic business in and with Canada. The trip is set to take place in early March where the Danish Crown Prince will travel to Toronto.
During this visit, His Royal Highness will attend one of the world’s leading international mining conferences in Toronto. Other official engagements will include various business events. These are set to mainly focus on urban development and architecture between Danish-Greenlandic businesses and Canada.
The focus point of the Prince’s visit will, however, be to the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) mining fair. During the visit to the PDAC this visit, His Royal Highness will be joined by Erik Jensen, Greenland’s Minister of Mineral Resources and Labour and Lars Christian Lilleholt, the Danish Minister of Energy. The Prince will also be joined by representatives of more than 30 Danish and Greenlandic companies. The main objective of this visit is to participate in business promotion targeted at investments as well as business development in Greenland.
According to the official statement released by the Palace, Prince Frederik will spend the first day of the fair meeting various representatives of the Danish-Greenland business development delegation. It is expected that more than 1 000 companies will be represented with around 26 000 attendees at the fair.
During the second day of the visit , His Royal Highness is set to speak and open the event “Greenland Day”. This event will focus on and highlight Greenland’s extraordinary geological and mineral resources. The Prince is also set to open the “Open Architecture Exhibition” where he will participate in events focusing on the innovative solutions withing urban development and architecture.
The visit is set to end with an official reception of Danish and Greenlandic actors in Canada.
Further information about the trip is expected to be released by the Palace shortly.