We followed the press conference on Friday last week with great interest, and laid quickly notice that the Faroe islands did not mention it as one of the countries, people can visit after 15. June.
Community - 29. may. 2020 - pm. 14:14 of Denmark opens the border to Norway, Iceland and Germany
How to say Guðrið Højgaard, director of Visit Faroe Islands, today in a bid to be a part of the Danish rigsfælleskab and feel forgotten by the Danish prime minister:
- Now we will just remind Mette Fredriksen, that the Faroe islands actually exist.
And that, of course, we stand with open arms against the Danish guests, continues the director, who recalls that the Faroe islands has been corona-free for 25 days, to COVID-19 development on the Faroe islands has been good, that the Faroe islands has had fewer than 200 cases in total, no one is dead, and about 20 % of the population has been tested.
Yes #FærøerneFindesFaktisk and I know this because I live with an amazing american woman who is the mother of my two daughters. pic.twitter.com/UcQK9gTWFD— Rasmus Visby (@rvisby) June 2, 2020
Visit Faroe Islands has therefore launched a campaign with the name #færøernefindesfaktisk and an invitation to the prime minister, to come for a visit, but what do you say?
#FærøerneFindesFaktisk— Sólja Dalberg Jacobsen (@SoljaDalberg) June 2, 2020
Just as practice as flaggate x 10
This can do better #dkpolhttps://t.co/u9bToZzrE6