Nordic Council

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Nordic Council

An international organization consisting of Scandinavian and Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, as well as their autonomous territories. It maintains a common labor market and freedom of movement for all Nordic citizens. It was established in 1952.
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On the other hand, the Director of the Nordic Council and the Secretary General of the Nordic Council of Ministers claim the term is used to mean the 'official Nordic cooperation,' giving reference to almost 200 publications in the last few years.
The UK report states: "The Nordic Swan voluntary eco-label was introduced by the Nordic Council of Ministers in 1989 to encourage production methods that limit environmental impacts.
Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs Audronius Azubalis and Secretary General for the Nordic Council of Ministers Halldor Asgrimsson on Feb.
There, British dependent territory, the Cayman Islands announced that it will sign tax information exchange agreements with seven Nordic Council of Ministers member countries on April 1, 2009, bringing to eight the number of such deals that it has.
The exhibition has been made possible though the generous support of the Nordic Council of Ministers, and Volvo.
Created in 1989 by the Nordic Council of Ministers, the endorsement signifies a company's efforts to create environmentally sustainable products.
Finland will hold the Presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers in 2016 and is preparing for the Chairmanship of the Arctic Council in 2017 2019.
According to Grybauskaite, the implementation of the Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region, a European Humanities University supported by the Nordic Council of Ministers, and common regional energy and transport projects are excellent examples of the successful Nordic-Baltic cooperation.
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