Iceland opened an Embassy in Moscow in 1944. The Embassy represents Iceland vis-a-vis The Russian Federation, The Republic of Armenia, The Republic of Azerbaijan, The Republic of Belarus, The Republic of Kazakhstan, The Kyrgyz Republic, The Republic of Moldova, The Republic of Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and The Republic of Uzbekistan.
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Born 15 January 1955 in Ólafsvík, Iceland
1978: Graduated from the University of Iceland with Cand. Jur. degree (in Law) special emphasis on tax legislation
1979: MA degree in International Relations from Boston University
1979: Head of the Department of Information and Culture, MFA of Iceland
1981: First Secretary of the Embassy of Iceland in Bonn
1983: Deputy Permanent Representative to the Council of Europe
1984: Vice-Chairman of the Icelandic Delegation to the Conference of Security and Confidence-Building Measures in Europe (CSCE)
1984-1988: Counsellor of the Embassy of Iceland in Stockholm
1988-1996: Secretary General of the Ministry of Social Affairs
1996-1999: Secretary General of the Nordic Council of Ministers in Copenhagen, Denmark
1999-2002: Secretary General of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Iceland
2002 -2006: Deputy Secretary General of the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Paris
2006 -2007: Ambassador, Director General of Trade and Economic Co-Operation, Ministry for Foreign Affairs
09.2007-2011: Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Health and Social Security.
03.2011- 08. 2016: Ambassador of Iceland to France, Italy, Spain, Andorra, Algeria, Djibouti, Morocco and Tunisia.
09.2016 – Ambassador to the Russian Federation
Married to Finnbogi Jonsson, 3 children
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