The Delegation of the European Union to Iceland is a permanent diplomatic mission and officially represents the EU in Iceland. It is one of 140 EU Delegations accredited in non-EU countries and to international organisations around the world. It was established in January 2010. Up until then, the EU Delegation in Norway was in charge of relations with Iceland.
The Delegation has a number of tasks. We help to further develop the strong political, economic cultural and people-to-people relations between the EU and Iceland. We keep the EU up-to-date with developments in Iceland and inform the Icelandic government, public, media, social partners, non-governmental organisations, academics, think tanks and local authorities about EU policies and the latest news from the EU.