The Indo-Danish Joint Commission, which is the formal framework for collaboration between Denmark and India, will be re-opened Monday, informs the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark in a press release.
The collaboration has been on standby since 2010 at the request of India. The halt came as a result of India's dissatisfaction that Denmark has not been willing to extradite fire arms smuggler Niels Holck for prosecution in India.
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