Relations between Indian Embassy in Copenhagen, Denmark and Denmark Embassy in India are friendly since Nehruvian Era when he visited Denmark in 1957. Thereafter, the friendship between India and Denmark has been expressed in periodic exchanges of high level visits like Mrs. Indira Gandhi visited Denmark in 1983, Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee visited Denmark in October 2002 for the India-EU and India-Denmark bilateral summits. It is because of the diplomatic relations that Indian community in Denmark is growing and most of them acquired Danish citizenship. Copenhagen has a temple called Bhartiya Mandir and two Sikh Foundations. There are three local FM Radios run by the people of Indian origin and a local TV Channel called “Indiavision” which broadcasts cultural programs for the community twice in a week. There are Indo-Danish societies glorifying the Indian culture in Denmark such as Danish-Indian Society (Copenhagen), Danish-Indian Society of Odense (Fyn), Indian Music Society, Copenhagen, Indian Cultural Association, Copenhagen and Indian Welfare Association, Copenhagen.
close to Svanemøllen train station.
Telphone: 00-45-39182888, 39299201
The Embassy is open for business from Monday to Friday during following hours:
Consular & Visa Section
Opening time for Visa & Passport Services: 0930 hrs to 1200 hrs. (Monday to Friday)
Collection time for Visa & Passport: 1530 hrs to 1700 hrs.(Monday to Friday)
Chancery and Commercial Section 0900 to 1730 hrs
Telephone Numbers: 39182888 & 39299201
(for Passport, Consular & Visa Enquiries from 1500Hrs. to 1700Hrs.)
After Office hours (For Emergencies only): 39182888