Greenland calls for more cooperation with Nunavut


Greenland’s foreign affairs committee is seeking more co-operation between Nunavut and Greenland.

When committee members were in Iqaluit last month, they met with Nunavut politicians and raised the idea of creating an Inuit council, with representatives from both Greenland and Nunavut.

MLA Ellen Christoffersen told Greenland’s radio news that Nunavut politicians were very interested in the possibility of establishing an Inuit council.

Greenlandic politicians are planning on contacting Nunavut’s legislature about this council, which would deal with issues such as social development and fisheries management.

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