The Embassy represents Iceland in Denmark (incl. Greenland).
The Embassy in Copenhagen is in addition accredited to Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey. There are 16 Honorary Consulates in these countries. Information about each consulate can be found below.
Copenhagen is host to 17 foreign embassies that are accredited to Iceland as well.
|Guðrún Rósa Gunnsteinsdóttir||Administrative Officeremail@example.com|
|Kristín Kristjánsdóttir||Administrative and Consular Affairs Officerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Stefanía K. Bjarnadóttir||Trade and Cultural Representativeemail@example.com|
Reykjavík, Iceland, November 25, 1954
- 1982 - M.A. hons. (Pol. Science)
- 1979 - B.A. hons. (History, Pol. Science, Philosophy)
- 2014 - Ambassador of Iceland to Denmark, Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey
- 2009 - Ambassador of Iceland to the Court of St James’s, Ireland, Malta, Portugal
- 2008 - Permanent Secretary of State, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Reykjavik
- 2006 - Ambassador and Chief Negotiator, Directorate of External Trade, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Reykjavík
- 2001 - Ambassador to the Russian Federation, Moscow. Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan
- 1997 - Ambassador, Permanent Representative to the United Nations Office and other International Organizations in Geneva, including WTO and EFTA. Chief negotiator for EFTA in free trade negotiations with Mexico and Chile. Chairman of WTO Committee on Least Developed Countries
- 1995 - Ambassador and Deputy Permanent Secretary of State, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Reykjavík
- 1991 - Minister-Counsellor and Head of Department, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Reykjavík
- 1988 - Counsellor, Embassy of Iceland, Paris
- 1988 - Deputy Permanent Representative, Council of Europe
- 1987 - First Secretary, Embassy of Iceland, Paris and Deputy Permanent Representative to OECD and UNESCO
- 1984 - First Secretary, Embassy of Iceland, Moscow
- 1983 - First Secretary, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Reykjavík
Aðalheiður Óskarsdóttir. Four children, Pall, Stefania, Greta and Bjarki
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