Head administrator Lars Løkke Rasmussen will meet previous US President Bill Clinton in Copenhagen on Wednesday, the Prime Minister’s Office has affirmed.
Clinton will be appeared around Christiansborg, the seat of Denmark’s parliament, before balanced converses with Rasmussen, the PM’s office affirmed in a press articulation.
The previous president, who drove the United States government for two terms from 1993 to 2001, has just landed in Denmark, daily paper Børsen reports.
He is planned to give a keynote discourse at a summit held by the Presidents Institute establishment in the Danish capital on Wednesday, with up to 3,000 European pioneers anticipated that would go to.
Rasmussen is back in Copenhagen after a week ago going to Germany, Spain and Portugal to address European government pioneers about the eventual fate of the European Union after Brexit.