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Embassy of Sweden www.swedenabroad.comAmbassador: Nils Daag-The Swedish Embassy in Vienna represents the Swedish government in Austria, Slovakia and Slovenia and is at the same time the permanent representation of Sweden at the United Nations’ offices in Vienna.

Embassy of Sweden www.swedenabroad.com
Ambassador: Nils Daag
-The Swedish Embassy in Vienna represents the Swedish government in Austria, Slovakia and Slovenia and is at the same time the permanent representation of Sweden at the United Nations’ offices in Vienna.

Swedish Chamber of Commerce in the Slovak Republic, www.sweden.sk
-It was officially opened in 1997. Today it has 35 members and the chamber works continuously to improve and support initiatives and contacts that will lead to increased trade between Sweden and Slovakia.


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