Lars Løkke Rasmussen is certainly not satisfied with a leader who is Politiken's editor-in-chief, Christian Jensen, has signed.
It was the former Left-president shine through on Twitter last night. At. 00.43 he responded on chefredaktørens writings, which treat the Loop coming lecture tour, but also coming into the company, as the former prime minister has created with his wife, Sólrun.
'Have actually always had respect for you. Also why I willingly met up to your private middagsnetværk and spent a night on you and the other wise journalists a few years ago', to initiate the Loop with a direct address to the editor-in-chief.
'But why do you write so condescendingly about 'hjemstavnsrejser' and 'kludetæppeselskaber'?'
Have actually always had respect for you. Also why I willingly met up to your private middagsnetværk and spent a night on you and the other wise journalists a few years ago. But why do you write so condescendingly about “hjemstavnsrejser” and “kludetæppeselskaber”?— Lars Løkke Rasmussen (@larsloekke) September 17, 2019
In its leader writes Christian Jensen about the economy behind the Loop upcoming lecture series with author Kirsten Jacobsen:
'About the economic side of the matter we know so far only that Loop, together with his wife has founded a kludetæppeholdingselskab by the name of ’Sollar’, which according to the Danish business authority has for purpose 'to drive the business with advice, events and related activities'. The wife Sólrun should, according to the Loop be the organizer of the hjemstavnsrejser to the Faroe islands.'
on Sunday evening announced Lars Lokke in interviews with both DR and TV2, to Sólrun has begun to arrange travel to the Faroe islands.
She has teamed up with the local travel agency Make Travel. And ’the former first lady know from the Faroe islands and the faroese have to show’, as it is disclosed on the website.
along the Way, the travelers also have the company of Lars Løkke, who talks about his 'passion for the Faroe islands'.
By the side of the schedules, Lars and Sólrun founded the company Sollar Holding. Sólrun has been the director, and the pair own half of the company each. Overall, they shot 50,000 dollars in cash into the start-up capital.
The new holding company has also created the company Sollar ApS.