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  • Circular Note 3/2019 Notification procedure for non-resident Heads of Mission and other diplomatic agents concerned

    Circular Note 2/2019 provides important information regarding the notification procedure for non-resident Heads of Mission and other diplomatic agents concerned. The relevant section in the Diplomatic Guide has also been updated.

  • Updated information regarding social security contributions

    The information regarding social security contributions in the Diplomatic Guide has been updated.

  • New ambassadors from Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Greece and Lithuania

    The ambassadors from Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Greece and Lithuania presented their letters of credence to H.M. The King on Wednesday 8 May 2019 in an audience at the Royal Palace in Stockholm: H.E. Mr Kairat Abdrakhmanov, Kazakhstan; H.E. Ms Shkëndije Geci Sherifi, Kosovo; H.E. Mr Andreas Fryganas, Greece; and H.E. Mr Giedrius Cekuolis, Lithuania.

  • Circular Note 2/2019 Notification of end of duty

    Circular Note 2/2019 provides important information regarding the notification of end of duty.

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  • New ambassadors from Uruguay, Bahamas and Niger

    The ambassadors from Uruguay, the Bahamas and Niger presented their letters of credence to HM The King on Wednesday 13 January 2016 in a formal audience at the Royal Palace in Stockholm. A letter of credence is an authorisation issued by an ambassador’s head of state. By presenting letters of credence to Sweden’s head of state, the ambassador can, from that day, fully represent his or her country in Sweden.

  • New ambassadors to Sweden

    The ambassadors from Moldova, Togo and Benin presented their letters of credence to HM The King on Tuesday 15 December 2015 in a formal audience at the Royal Palace of Stockholm.

  • New ambassadors from Japan, Kuwait, South Korea and Senegal

    The ambassadors from Japan, Kuwait, South Korea and Senegal presented their letters of credence to HM The King on Tuesday 24 November 2015 in a formal audience at the Royal Palace of Stockholm. A letter of credence is an authorisation issued by an ambassador’s head of state. By presenting letters of credence to Sweden’s head of state, the ambassador can, from that day, fully represent his or her country in Sweden.

  • New ambassadors from Tunisia, Greece, Romania and Laos

    The ambassadors from Tunisia, Greece, Romania and Laos presented their letters of credence to HM The King on Thursday 15 October 2015 in a formal audience at the Royal Palace of Stockholm. A letter of credence is an authorisation issued by an ambassador’s head of state. By presenting letters of credence to Sweden’s head of state, the ambassador can, from that day, fully represent his or her country in Sweden.

  • New ambassadors to Sweden

    The ambassadors from the United Kingdom, Iceland, South Africa, and Bosnia and Herzegovina presented their letters of credence to HM The King on Wednesday 23 September 2015 in a formal audience at the Royal Palace. A letter of credence is an authorisation issued by an ambassador’s head of state. By presenting letters of credence to Sweden’s head of state, the ambassador can, from today, fully represent his or her country in Sweden.

  • New ambassadors to Sweden

    Four ambassadors presented their letters of credence to HM The King on Thursday 3 September 2015 in a formal audience at the Royal Palace of Stockholm. A letter of credence is an authorisation issued by an ambassador’s head of state. By presenting letters of credence to Sweden’s head of state, the ambassador can, from today, fully represent his or her country in Sweden.