Iceland in the UK



Welcome to the website of the Embassy of Iceland in London. Here you will find information on the Embassy and the type of consular services available. Should you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact us. Emergency contact number out of hours for Icelandic cititzens: +354 545 9900.
 

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19.07.2018 • MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
DNA analysis of whale hybrid concluded
A DNA analysis of a whale caught in Iceland on 7 July has concluded that it was a hybrid of a fin whale and a blue whale, not a blue whale. The analysis was conducted by the Icelandic Marine and Freshwater Research Institute and Matis.
13.07.2018 • MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Iceland elected to the Human Rights Council
Iceland was elected to the Human Rights Council at the United Nations General Assembly in New York today, having received 172 out of 178 votes. Iceland thereby fills the vacancy left by the United States on the Council and will serve until the end of 2019. This is the first
17.05.2018 • MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Annual report on foreign and international affairs
The annual report of Gudlaugur Thor Thordarson, Minister of Foreign Affairs, on foreign and international affairs has now been published. This extensive report summarises Iceland’s foreign policy and latest developments in that field.
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Events

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08.08.2018 • Iceland in the UK
Interactive Anglo-Icelandic Opera '#echochamber'
Premiered in Iceland earlier this year, Anglo-Icelandic opera '#echochamber' comes to the UK this August with performances at starting Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival in London, Manchester and Hull.
08.08.2018 • Iceland in the UK
Future Flute Fest
The British Flute Society returns to St John’s Smith Square for a second summer flute festival - this time celebrating all things new in the flute world: the instrument, its technique, its music. Enjoy a gala concert performance by Icelander Stefán Höskuldsson, principal flautist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
31.07.2018 • Iceland in the UK
Internal Human at the Brunel Museum
Internal Human is a piece in four movements by Icelandic artist and composer Lilja María Ásmundsdóttir, which will be premiered at the Brunel Museum on 15 August 2018. The piece explores interdisciplinary methods, intertwining music, visual arts, dance and theatrical elements.
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