Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark, will pay an official visit to Vietnam from November 28 to December 1, as part of activities to celebrate the 40th year since the two countries established diplomatic relations.
The visit will be made at the invitation of Vietnam's Vice President Nguyen Thi Doan, the Embassy of Denmark in Hanoi announced at a Thursday press conference.
The prince will be accompanied by Danish Minister for Trade and Investment Pia Olsen Dyhr and delegates from Danish companies and educational institutes.
During his visit, the two countries will sign two agreements on green growth and climate change.
Denmark and Vietnam established diplomatic relations in 1971. Denmark opened its embassy in Hanoi in 1980, and the Vietnamese embassy in Copenhagen was opened in 2000.
During the past four decades, bilateral ties have mostly focused on development cooperation. In the future, Denmark will boost exchange activities and cooperation between the two countries' businesses to strengthen trade ties with Vietnam, the Embassy of Denmark said in a release.
The celebration of Vietnam-Denmark's 40 years of diplomatic relations will be held between November 28 and December 1 with a series of cultural events in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.