Consulate General of Iceland in New York
Yesterday was a historic day when Iceland attended the first session of the Human Rights Council since being elected to the Council this summer.
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- 19.07.2018 Ministry for Foreign AffairsDNA analysis of whale hybrid concluded
- 13.07.2018 Ministry for Foreign AffairsIceland elected to the Human Rights Council
- 17.05.2018 Ministry for Foreign AffairsAnnual report on foreign and international affairs
Iceland in New York
The Consulate is today first and foremost a trade and investment office and hosts the Icelandic Trade Commission for North America, Invest in Iceland, Film in Iceland, Icelandic American Chamber of Commerce and Iceland Naturally, in partnership with Promote Iceland.
The Consulate General of Iceland was established as a trade office in 1939 and Consulate General in 1940, being the first Icelandic diplomatic mission after the establishment of the Icelandic Foreign Service earlier that year.