Wednesday April 27th European Commission and the High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy adopted and brought ‘An integrated European Union Policy for the Arctic’.

Formally called; ‘Joint Communication To The European Parliament And The Council’, the document addresses EU actions for the coming years on tackling climate change, safeguarding the environment and promoting sustainable development in the region, and will support international cooperation on Arctic issues.

It is expected to be presented before the Council and the European Parliament in the coming months. As the only EU member, with an Arctic coastline, Denmark have in cooperation with Greenland and The Faroe Islands, sought influence on the process.

Read the full Arctic Policy here.