H.E. Mr. Michael BORG-HANSEN
1951 Born in Brussels, Belgium
1982 Thesis in History and Russian language, Copenhagen University. Joined Foreign Service.
1984 Secretary to delegation at CDE arms control conference, Stockholm
1985 First Secretary, Royal Danish Embassy Moscow
1989 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Copenhagen
1990 Seconded to Ministry of Defense, Copenhagen
1992 Counselor for Political Affairs, Royal Danish Embassy Washington
1996 Deputy Director, MFA Security Policy Department, Copenhagen
(Representative on NATO’s High Level Task Force on conventional arms control)
2001 Senior Adviser on Foreign Policy, Prime Minister A. Fogh Rasmussen’s Office
2005 Minister Counselor, Deputy Head of Mission, Royal Danish Embassy London
2009 Ambassador of Denmark to Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia (with residence in Kyiv)
2013 Ambassador of Denmark to Serbia, Montenegro and since August 2014 also Bosnia-Herzegovina (with residence in Belgrade)
Married (Mrs. Marianne Borg-Hansen), two daughters.
Welcome to The Embassy of Denmark
Denmark and the Republic of Serbia enjoy a positive range of relations including political and development cooperation. It is the Embassy’s overall task to represent Denmark and the Danish interests in Serbia, as well as to seek cooperation in the many areas where Danish and Serbian interests are mutual or complementary.
Denmark supports Serbia in its efforts on the path towards the EU. The related reform processes are also increasing the business opportunities in Serbia for Danish companies. The Embassy will work for strengthening the ties between our two countries – not least in the commercial area where new opportunities are arising.
The Embassy is side accredited to Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina countries to which we similarly have good relations and where we will also work for strengthening of the bilateral ties.