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Jens Christian Lund

Jens Christian Lund has been a soldier for 42 years, ending as a Colonel and a commander of The Prince Life Regiment in Denmark for 10 years. Jens was responsible for training more than 3.000 soldiers from Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

As a soccer referee for many years, he was qualified for the best matches for more than 10 years.

Jens was elected to the City Council of Viborg in 1997 and was a member until 2005, and president of the committee for planning, engineering and environment. In 2005, Jens was elected to the Danish Parliament, as a member for the Social Democrats until 2011. While there, he was a member of the defense, the energy, the business and the traffic committees and deputy chairman of the Danish Inter parliamentary Group.

He has visited 65 different countries, and was deployed to Zagreb and Cyprus as an officer. He has been an election monitor around 20 times.

Jens has negotiated in many countries, over military training, international politics, energy, elections, and work in Parliaments.

For his efforts, Jens received 16 Danish and foreign orders.



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