Iceland and Finland entered into diplomatic relations in 1947. Initially Iceland's Embassy was in Stockholm. A separate Embassy was opened in Helsinki in 1997. The Embassy's jurisdiction, in addition to Finland, extends to Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Ukraine. There is one Embassy to Iceland in Helsinki, that of Ukraine.
|Arna Lísbet Þorgeirsdóttir||Deputy to the Ambassador, Trade and Cultural Representative||[email protected]|
|Auðunn Atlason||Ambassador||audunn.a[email protected]|
|Jyrki Peltonen||Assistant||[email protected]|
|Päivi Kumpulainen||Secretary for Administrative affairs||[email protected]|
|Sigrún Bessadóttir||Senior Advisor, Consular Affairs Officer||[email protected]|
The Embassy's jurisdiction, in addition to Finland, extends to Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and the Ukraine. The role of Icelandic honorary consuls abroad is to protect and further the interests of Iceland and Icelandic nationals as appropriate.
Honorary Consuls in the Embassy's jurisdiction: