Delegation of the European Union to Iceland

About the EU Delegation to Iceland

11/05/2016 - 18:01
About us - structure and organisation

Delegation of the European Union to Iceland

The Delegation of the European Union to Iceland is a permanent diplomatic mission and officially represents the EU in Iceland. It is one of 140 EU Delegations in non-EU countries and international organisations around the world: it was established in January 2010, following Iceland‘s decision to apply for membership of the EU. Up until then, the EU Delegation in Norway was in charge of relations with Iceland.

The Delegation has a number of tasks: helping to develop political and economic relations between the EU and Iceland; keeping the EU up-to-date with developments in Iceland; and informing the public, media, social partners, non-governmental organisations, academics, think tanks and local authorities about the latest news from the EU.

We are currently awaiting the appointment of a new Ambassador.

 

Head of Delegation

We are currently awaiting the appointment of a new Head of Delegation. All enquiries should be addressed directly to the Delegation: 
 

 

Elina HELJOMAA

Assistant to the Head of Delegation

 

Political, Press and Information Section

Andrew BYRNE

Head of Political, Press and Information section

(Focal point - Human Rights)

 

Klemens THRASTARSON

Political, Press and Information Officer

 

Guðrún Margrét THRASTARDOTTIR

Assistant

 

Administrative Section

Carl Urban WESTERBERG

Head of Administration

 

Erla FROSTADOTTIR

Office Support Agent / Driver

 

Bjarni Veigar HAUKSSON (temporary)

Office Support Agent / Driver

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