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Welcome to the website of the Permanent Mission of Iceland to the United Nations. The main purpose of this site is to inform interested readers on the Mission of Iceland to the UN and on Icelandic policy regarding issues at the UN.

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02.08.2017 • MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Mutual interest in strengthening cooperation post Brexit
"There is mutual interest in further strengthening cooperation between Iceland and the UK after Brexit and we consider Britain as a highly important ally when it comes to free trade. Britain is now retaking control over its fisheries and we Icelanders are willing and able to share our experiences and
27.06.2017 • MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
EFTA Ministerial meeting - Communiqué
On 26 June 2017, the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) held its summer Ministerial meeting in Longyearbyen.
19.06.2017 • MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Submarine surveillance exercise in Icelandic waters
The exercise named Dynamic Mongoose 2017 draws on assets and personnel from nine NATO Allies; USA, Norway, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Denmark, Canada, Poland and the Netherlands. It is held from 23 June to July 6.
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