Minister of Development Cooperation Ulla Tornaes of Denmark

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Tornaes was in the kingdom on a five-day official visit, from March 24 to 28, to meet Bhutanese officials and “to discuss and get a broader knowledge” of Danish collaboration in Bhutan's development process, which she said, was “on the right track.
Ulla Tornaes is here with US today.
Tornaes is a champion of MDG 3 and we will be hearing from her later on some of the positive achievements that have been made in this regard.
Tornaes said she hoped the $2 million would bridge the gap between humanitarian relief and long-term reconstruction.
Tornaes expressed appreciation for the on-going cooperation between Denmark and ECA.
Tornaes was speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a state visit by Denmark's Queen Margrethe II and the Prince Consort to Tanzania.
We have to be confident that the situation in Kenya is progressing in the right direction before we decide on the framework for the next five years of development cooperation, Danish Development Minister Ulla Tornaes said in the statement.
Tornaes said she regretted the Kenyan decision and chose to believe the denials issued by the Danish charity.
Tornaes said the MDG3 Torch was handed over to some distinguished personalities including the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, as torch bearer, during the MDG high level meeting on 25 September 2008, in New York.
Shortly after her arrival in Kathmandu, Tornaes met with Ian Martin, the personal representative of United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, and discussed Nepal's peace process and the process of UN monitoring.
If he is nominated, I would back his nomination,\' Tornaes was quoted as telling Danish news agency Ritzau.
telling Danish news agency Ritzau.