Embassy of Iceland in Tokyo
Yesterday was a historic day when Iceland attended the first session of the Human Rights Council since being elected to the Council this summer.
- 10.09.2018 The Ministry of Industries and Innovation, Ministry of Education Science and Culture, Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs, Ministry of Industries and Innovation, Ministry of Transport and Local Government, Ministry for the Environment and Natural ResourcesIceland launches new Climate Strategy, boosting efforts to reach Paris goals
- 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 Japan
In addittion to Japan, the embassy also serves as the Embassy of Iceland to Brunei Darussalam, the Philippines and Timor Leste. The embassy provides Icelandic citizens with various consular services, such as voting, translation of certificates and assistance in emergency situations, requiring official involvement. The Embassy of Iceland in Tokyo was established in 2001.