This time, a former conservative politician who hosts a radio program on a independent radio station has been called out for racism, apparently for calling the supreme leader of North Korea Kim Jong Un a “skew-eye fish-ball”.
Faroese national airline Atlantic Airways is joining the Wi-Fi club. An Atlantic Airways spokesperson last week told Kringvarp Føroya that Wi-Fi service is expected to be installed on Atlantic’s entire fleet before the end of this year.
Mr. Puigdemont, who spoke at a conference on sovereignty in Tórshavn this afternoon, implied to Local.fo afterwards that he feels that the Spanish government can learn a lesson or two from “the respectful Danish attitude” towards the Faroe Islands.
Former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont was pictured last night watching the Faroese national team play against Azerbaijan in the company of Tjóðveldi’s Member of the Danish Parliament Magni Arge (picture, left) and New Caledonian politician Daniel Goa (picture, right).