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  • Group of people on a boat. (Embassy Photo)

    July 11-17, Ambassador Brzezinski biked across Sweden, visiting people, places and companies that will stand to benefit from T-TIP, a U.S.-EU trade and investment agreement.

  • Wallenberg Medal. (Embassy Image)

    U.S. Congress Bestows Nation's Highest Civilian Honor to Raoul Wallenberg

  • 4th of July Celebration (Embassy Image)

    Ambassador Brzezinski’s remarks at the U.S. Embassy’s Independence Day Reception in Visby, Gotland

  • Former President Jimmy Carter talks to Embassy staff. (Embassy photo)

    In Stockholm to thank Sweden for its cooperation with the Carter Center, former President Jimmy Carter took the time to meet the staff at U.S. Embassy Sweden.

  • Image of Ambassador Brzezinski together with a group of young Ukrainians. (Embassy photo)

    The US Embassy, in coordination with the Ukrainian Youth in Sweden, hosted a film screening of “#Babylon 13,” a documentary from inside the Euromaidan movement.

Embassy Headlines

  • Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Myths and Reality

    The U.S. and the EU are in the midst of negotiations for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP)—an agreement that would lead to more jobs, more growth, more trade and more investment for both the U.S. and EU. Please read for some answers to some myths circulating about T-TIP.  

  • Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.
    Video: TTIP - In a global economy

    To raise awareness for the tremendous opportunities that the Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership (TTIP) represents, AmCham Sweden is producing a series of videos that clearly explain the benefits of the proposal in easy-to-understand terms. Here is video #5. 

  • Housing Wanted

    The American Embassy is looking to rent houses and apartments in the Stockholm area. Areas include Stockholm city, Lidingö, Danderyd, & Djursholm. 


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  • image of an icebreaker in Arctic ice (State Department photo) The United States and Sweden, as two of the eight Arctic nations, work closely together to protect and promote a more sustainable Arctic. 

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