Margrethe made sure that there was made something of a seizure, when she traveled three days to Ghana in november last year.
the Queen and her entourage, which consisted of the royal court, the ministry of foreign affairs issued and these musicians, flew, ate, and stayed in a hotel for 1.084.342 crowns in connection with the journey.
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Thus constituted, alone, the journey barely half of the total cost of the royal family travel in 2017 - an amount of 2.308.668 crowns, which is well over a million more than in 2016.
the Bill, which is not a part of the around 100 million, as the royal family every year in apanage, were forwarded to the Ministry of foreign affairs.
the Ministry pay for the royal family's official travel, which counts everything from the film as it is in Ghana for celebrations of the countries ' anniversaries of humanitarian meetings.
the Purpose of the trip was, according to the Ministry of foreign affairs, concretely, that the care of the Danish-ghanaian context, with a focus on selling, among other ports-outbuildings, windmills and milk.
Thus were the giants like Arla, A. P Moller - Maersk and Vestas also among the total of over 30 companies that took on their own account, like Anders Samuelsen also participated as the country's foreign minister.
Upon arrival in Ghana was the Queen received by the local ghanaian kings. Photo: AP/Christian Thompson
Margrethe's trip to Rome in October cost the ministry further 144.351, and neither Frede and Mary or Joachim and Marie could be matched to their mother/mother-in-law.
Kronprinseparret was together or separately, among others, in Bangladesh, the UNITED states and Japan, and cost the ministry a total 1.065.029 crowns.
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Prince Joachim and Marie's travel cost to the ministry 4.824, while Benediktes trip to Germany cost 7.418 crowns.
in Addition to the expenses covering hotel, flight, local transport, pocket money to the ministry's issued and any vaccinations, using the Ministry of foreign affairs is also a considerable, but unspecified amount of money to the planning of trips.