Who is the Swedish ambassador?

Who is the Swedish ambassador?

Anna Brandt. Ambassador Anna Brandt took up her duties as Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Sweden to the OECD in Paris on 17 September 2018.

Does Sweden accept US citizens?

Are U.S. citizens permitted to enter? Yes. Although the United States has been removed from the list of countries Sweden has exempted from its entry ban, U.S. citizens may still enter Sweden by transiting a Nordic or European transit country.

Do US ambassadors live in the embassy?

In some countries, American staff may live on the embassy compound, but they frequently live in apartments or houses in the host city. The ambassador’s residence is often used for official functions, and its public areas are often decorated with American art on loan from museums.

How many embassy are there in Sweden?

79 embassies
Sweden has a moderately sized diplomatic network of 79 embassies and 7 consulates general, supplemented by honorary consulates, cultural centres and trade missions.

Who is the current US ambassador to Norway?

Richard Riley Chargé
Incumbent. Richard Riley. Chargé d’Affaires a.i, The United States Ambassador to Norway (formally the Ambassador of the United States to the Kingdom of Norway) is the official representative of the President and the Government of the United States of America to the King and Government of Norway.

Is Ambassador to Denmark?

Incumbent. Stuart A. Dwyer. Chargé d’Affaires The Ambassador’s offices are housed within the Embassy of the United States, Copenhagen.

What do you call the wife of an ambassador?

Socially, one can refer to a spouse by his/her first name or as “my husband” or “my wife” rather than as “Mr. /Mrs. In some French-speaking countries, the wife of the ambassador may be referred to as Madam Ambassador.

What is Swedish mission?

In this work we pursue a wide range of Sweden’s international objectives including promoting development and respect for human rights, disarmament, protecting health and the environment, negotiating freer and fairer global trade, and ensuring speedy and effective responses to humanitarian disasters.

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