Establishing the Arctic Circle? The US government plans to open a consulate in Greenland

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 Establishing the Arctic Circle? The US government plans to open a consulate in Greenland


The letter to the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee pointed out that rebuilding the Consulate in Nuuk was one of the more comprehensive plans of the United States to expand its influence in the Arctic Circle. It is in the strategic interest of the United States to expand political, economic and business relations throughout the Arctic Circle, the letter said.

US media analysis said that the US Congress may be willing to consider the idea, but Trumps previous intention to buy Greenland was rejected by Denmark, resulting in a diplomatic dispute between the two countries. Now the idea of building the museum may be more rigorously evaluated.

It is reported that Trump has repeatedly consulted with consultants about whether the United States can buy Greenland. Trump himself confirmed his intention to buy the island to the media on the 18th. However, Danish Prime Minister Fraser Rickson said he was not interested in discussing the sale of Greenland, which delayed Trumps planned visit to Denmark in early September. The State Department noted that an official responsible for Greenland affairs had been appointed to work at the United States Embassy in Denmark and that it was now planned to complete the recruitment of Greenlands local staff in the autumn or soon after. According to the U.S. State Departments vision, the consulate will eventually have seven Librarians in 2020. Greenland is the largest island in the world, located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Arctic Ocean. The island, with a population of over 50,000, belongs to Denmarks autonomous territory and enjoys a high degree of autonomy, but its defence and foreign affairs are under the control of the Danish Government. Source: Responsible Editor of CNN: Liu Song_NBJ9949

It is reported that Trump has repeatedly consulted with consultants about whether the United States can buy Greenland. Trump himself confirmed his intention to buy the island to the media on the 18th. However, Danish Prime Minister Fraser Rickson said he was not interested in discussing the sale of Greenland, which delayed Trumps planned visit to Denmark in early September.

The State Department noted that an official responsible for Greenland affairs had been appointed to work at the United States Embassy in Denmark and that it was now planned to complete the recruitment of Greenlands local staff in the autumn or soon after. According to the U.S. State Departments vision, the consulate will eventually have seven Librarians in 2020.

Greenland is the largest island in the world, located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Arctic Ocean. The island, with a population of over 50,000, belongs to Denmarks autonomous territory and enjoys a high degree of autonomy, but its defence and foreign affairs are under the control of the Danish Government.