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About the Delegation

The Permanent Delegation represents the government of Iceland at the NATO headquarters in Brussels. The Delegation of Iceland to NATO was opened in 1952 with the establishment of the North Atlantic Council.

Permanent Delegation of Iceland to NATO

Address:

Boulevard Leopold III 

1110 Bruxelles

Phone:

 +32 (0)2 707-5089

Email: 

natodelegation@mfa.is

Open week days from 09:00 to 17:00

Permanent Delegation of Iceland to NATOFacebook hlekkur
NameTitleEmail
Atli Már SigurðssonCounselloratli.sigurdsson@utn.stjr.is
Garðar ForbergCounsellorgardar.forberg@utn.is
Gunnlaug GuðmundsdóttirCounsellorgunnlaug.gudmundsdottir@utn.stjr.is
Helga ÞórarinsdóttirAttachéhelga.thorarinsdottir@utn.stjr.is
Hermann Örn IngólfssonPermanent Representativehermann.ingolfsson@utn.stjr.is
Ragnar G. KristjánssonDeputy Permanent Representativeragnar.g.kristjansson@utn.stjr.is
Steinunn PálsdóttirSecretarysteinunn.palsdottir@utn.stjr.is
Umut KarakadiogluChauffeur

Permanent Representative

Hermann Ingólfsson

Curriculum Vitae

Born in Akureyri, 23 July 1966.

Married to Hildur Blöndal. Two children.

Education

1996 - M. Sc. Engineering, International Technology Planning, Aalborg University, Denmark.

1991 - B. Sc. Constructional and Civil Engineering, Technical College of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland.

Background

2019-  Permanent representative of Iceland to NATO

2016-2019 - Ambassador of Iceland to Greece and the Islamic Republic of Iran (non-resident).

2015-2019 - Ambassador of Iceland to Norway

2011-2015 - Director General for International and Security Affairs, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Reykjavík, Iceland.

2009-2011 - Director General for International Development Cooperation, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Reykjavík, Iceland.

2007-2009 - Minister-Counsellor, Icelandic Representative to the NATO Military Committee and NATO Budget Committees. Delegation of Iceland to NATO, Brussels.

2003-2006 - Deputy Director, Political Department - Multilateral Development Cooperation, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Iceland.

2001-2003 - Senior Advisor to the Executive Director, Nordic and Baltic Countries, The World Bank Group, Washington D.C.

1998-2001 - Advisor to the Executive Director, Nordic and Baltic Countries, The World Bank Group, Washington D.C.

1997-1998 - Advisor, Political Department, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Reykjavík, Iceland.

1992-1995 - Consulting Engineer, FORM-Architects, Akureyri, Iceland.

1991 - Engineer, Borgarverk Contractors, Borgarnes, Iceland

 

Hermann Ingólfsson, fastafulltrúi Íslands hjá NATO.
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