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US-Nordic Roundtable on Health Registries and Biobanks

/ 15.02.2019

Sigurdur Ingi Jóhannsson, Icelandic Minister for Nordic Cooperation, addressed participants in US-Nordic Roundtable on Health Registries and Biobanks, held...

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US Secretary of State visited Iceland

Arctic Affairs / 15.02.2019

Trade, Arctic and security and defense were among the topics discussed at a lunch meeting between Gudlaugur Thór Thórdarson, Foreign Minister of Iceland, and...

Iceland in the United States

The Embassy of Iceland in Washington D.C. represents Iceland vis-a-vis the United States, as well as Mexico, Paraguay and Uruguay. The Embassy's mission is to promote political, economic and cultural relations with these countries.

The Embassy opened in 1941 and was among the first Embassies opened by Iceland. The Embassy runs an Overseas Business Service for North-America, located in the Consulate General in New York.
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