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From this source: "China and Denmark: Relations Since 1674" edited by Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard and Mads Kirkebæk
As mentioned above Japan had in 1931 invaded Manchuria, proclaiming the Manchukuo Empire, and installed a puppet government. Although Denmark, like most other countries, had refused to recognize Manchukuo, it had nevertheless, out of consideration for Denmark's economic interests in the area, chosen to maintain the honorary consulate in Harbin. This cautious Danish policy ... only lasted until August 1941 when Denmark recognized Manchukuo and appointed an envoy.
I would like to know if there was any Manchukuo embassy, consulate, or other diplomatic presence in Denmark after the Danish government recognized it. Does anyone know?