U.S. Embassy Copenhagen

The Embassy building viewed from the sidewalk. Photo: State Dept
Photo: State Dept

The U.S. Ambassador to Denmark is the personal representative of the President and oversees the Embassy and all the federal departments and agencies represented within it.

Officials from the State Department and other U.S. government departments and agencies manage portfolios concerning economic, commercial and agricultural affairs; consular and immigration issues; customs, transportation, and law enforcement activities, political and military relations; public affairs; and science, environment and technology issues.

Mission Statement for the U.S. Mission to the Kingdom of Denmark

The Kingdom of Denmark, the only Nordic nation that is a member of both the EU and NATO, as well as an Arctic nation is one of the United States’ closest partners and Allies. Our two countries enjoy vast economic ties, historic military cooperation, and deep cultural and family connections. The U.S. Embassy in Copenhagen and the U.S. Consulate in Nuuk represent the U.S. Government, protect U.S. citizens and interests, and support the U.S. Government’s policies and programs through bilateral engagement in security, business, and outreach to people throughout the Kingdom of Denmark. We have three strategic goals: SECURITY – keeping the people of both our countries safe; COMMERCE – strengthening trade and encouraging economic growth, innovation, and entrepreneurship; and RELATIONSHIPS – expanding people-to-people ties and growing our historic and close relationship.