Sweden to open embassy in Tirana Albania

The Swedish Government on Thursday, decided to open embassies in Kigali (Rwanda), La Paz (Bolivia), Monrovia (Liberia), Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso), Pristina (Kosovo)and Tirana (Albania)."We see a clear need to strengthen Sweden's diplomatic presence in these locations,...

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Sweden to open embassy in Tirana Albania



Michael Roberts - 07.05.2010

The Swedish Government on Thursday, decided to open embassies in Kigali (Rwanda), La Paz (Bolivia), Monrovia (Liberia), Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso), Pristina (Kosovo)and Tirana (Albania).

"We see a clear need to strengthen Sweden's diplomatic presence in these locations, particularly in view of our substantial development cooperation in these countries," says Minister for Foreign Affairs Carl Bildt.

In 2007, the Government decided to focus Swedish development assistance on a limited number of countries. Sweden has had section offices in ten of these countries for some time. To support the implementation of Swedish-financed aid projects in the best possible way, it is the Government's assessment that upgrading the section offices to embassies is warranted.

The upgrade will take place in autumn 2010. The embassies will be represented on site by an acting head of mission known as a chargé d'affaires a.i. The ambassadors representing the embassies in Ouagadougou and Monrovia will be stationed in Stockholm. For the other four new embassies, the ambassadors will be stationed in the country where the embassy to which each section office previously belonged is located: Buenos Aires for La Paz, Skopje for Pristina and Tirana, and Nairobi for Kigali.

The embassies will focus on political dialogue and reporting on development cooperation. They will conduct limited activities in the areas of migration and consular services. Source: Government of Sweden


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