Denmark Embassy in MyanmarDanish Embassy in Myanmar
Embassy of Myanmar in Denmark
The Embassy of Myanmar in DENMARK is a communications agency between the Government of Myanmar and DENMARK. She is the Myanmar's offical agent in DENMARK. Below you will find important information about the Myanmar Embassy for DENMARK and how to obtain your Myanmar visa: DENMARK nationals or resident may select one of the following three ways to obtain a Myanmar visa:
- First, you should go directly to the Myanmar Embassy in DENMARK and request your Myanmar Visas as described above. - Second, request Myanmar e-visa for timesaving. This way you will receive a Myanmar visas before you leave for Myanmar, so you can collect your Myanmar visas at the arrival airports.
For a better understanding of how Myanmar e-Visa works and how you can get a more secure and quicker than before.
Danish Embassy in Yangon, Myanmar
Danmark in Myanmar: Yangon is the only embassy in Myanmar. Burma in Denmark: Burma currently has no embassy or consulate in Denmark. Danmark in Myanmar: Yangon is the only embassy in Myanmar. Burma in Denmark: Burma currently has no embassy or consulate in Denmark.
If you have any queries regarding visas and passports, please do not hesitate to ask the embassy in Yangon. Notice that the message may not be able to help. To check the embassy's adress and opening times, please do so.
Danish Embassy in Myanmar - Accueil
As of 2020, Denmark can give back synthetic, metallic and vitreous beverage jars and other concentrated fruits in the system of deposits. This system of deposits will encourage recycling by adding a small extra charge or refund to each can and each flask or jar purchased, which the customer will receive when he returns the flasks and jars to the system of deposits.
In this way, the system reduces the amount of rubbish dumped into the environment and enhances the recovery of plastics in particular. Enlargement is estimated to gather 52 million more vials and jars than today. Thant Myanmar is helping Denmark to reduce plastics contamination and improve recyclability in Myanmar.