The Embassy of Iceland in Stockholm represents Iceland vis-à-vis Sweden, as well as Albania and Kuwait. The role of the Embassy is to represent the interest of Iceland in all respect vis-à-vis in those countries. The mission of the Embassy is also to promote bilateral political, economic, trade, investment and cultural relations between Iceland and the above-mentioned countries. Furthermore, the Embassy protects and assists, when needed, the Icelandic national’s vis-à-vis foreign authorities, institutions and individuals.
|Eydís Inga Valsdóttir||Officer
|Jóna Dögg Þórðardóttir||Officer
Born 14 February 1954
Ambassador of Iceland to Sweden
Director, International Organizations and Human Rights, Directorate for International and Security Affairs, Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Deputy to the Director General of the Directorate for International and Security Affairs
Minister-Counsellor, Embassy of Iceland, Paris
Counsellor, Embassy of Iceland, Oslo
Chief of Division, Nordic, Regional and International Affairs, Ministry for Foreign Affairs
First Secretary, Embassy of Iceland, Stockholm
Attaché, Embassy of Iceland, Bonn
Attaché, Embassy of Iceland, Oslo
Chief of Division, Press, Culture and Information, Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Various administrative positions in Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Missions in New York, Moscow, Geneva, Paris and Oslo
B.A. in Political Science, UMUC
Icelandic, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, English, French, German
Literature, art, golf, skiing
Iceland's Honorary Consuls in Sweden, as well as the other countries to which the ambassador is accredited, are private citizens who have undertaken to protect Icelandic interests in the area of their jurisdiction. They are not financially renumerated for their important work.
Below you will find information in Icelandic about Honorary Consuls in each respective country.
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