Now it has become easier to get a MitID if you are Dane and live abroad or if you are a foreigner and have a connection to Denmark.
Read more about getting a MitID: https://lifeindenmark.borger.dk/apps-and-digital-services/mitid
Consequently, it should be easier to create a MitID if you live abroad, need a MitID, but do not have a valid Danish passport.
All you will need is a valid passport/ID card and access to a phone that can scan the chip: an iPhone 7 or above or a newer Android phone.
Read more about passport/ID card requirements: https://www.mitid.dk/hjaelp/hjaelpeunivers/mitid-app/krav-til-identifikation-i-app/
You will continue to be able to use NemID for all public self-service solutions until NemID finally closes on 30 June 2023.
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The Danish Government presents new foreign and security policy strategy16.5.2023 12:00:03 CEST | Press release
Minister for Foreign Affairs Lars Løkke Rasmussen presents the Government’s new foreign and security policy strategy today. The strategy sets out the general principles on how Denmark will navigate in a world that has become more tumultuous and unpredictable after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The Danish Government enters broad agreement to establish Ukraine Fund in 202315.3.2023 12:13:37 CET | News
The Danish Government, together with a broad majority of the Danish Parliament consisting of the Socialist People’s Party, the Danish Democrats, Liberal Alliance, the Conservative People’s Party, the Social Liberal Party, the Danish People's Party, and New Right, have agreed to establish a Ukraine Fund with a total framework of approximately DKK 7 billion in 2023. The fund targets Ukraine’s needs and wishes for a concerted Danish effort, with a focus on military, civil and commercial support. The parties to the agreement also agree that Denmark must remain among the countries that support Ukraine most in proportion to country size.
Joint press release: Event on Accountability for War Crimes in Ukraine with focus on a survivor centred approach and conflict-related sexual violence1.2.2023 06:00:00 CET | Press release
On 1 February 2023 the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The British Embassy in Copenhagen, and the Ukrainian Embassy in Copenhagen are co-hosting the event “Accountability for war crimes in Ukraine: A Focus on a Survivor Centred Approach and Conflict-related Sexual Violence” in Copenhagen.
New Acute Package for Ukraine of EUR 35.7 million24.12.2022 01:10:39 CET | Press release
The government increases the support to Ukraine with Acute Package II. The package will support the Ukrainian people through the winter.
18-11-2022 – Joint Statement by the EMASoH participating countries on the release of two Greek ships by Iran18.11.2022 10:39:32 CET | Press release
The countries participating in the European-led Maritime Awareness Mission in the Strait of Hormuz (EMASoH), Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, The Netherlands, Norway, and Portugal, took note of the release on 16 November by the Iranian authorities of the previously seized Greek ships, “PRUDENT WARRIOR” and “DELTA POSEIDON”, along with their crews and cargoes. The ships had been detained since 27 May, an incident the EMASOH participating countries had condemned in their Joint Statement dated 7 June.
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