The Embassy

Welcome to the Embassy of Sweden in Amman, Jordan.

The Embassy of Sweden opened in Jordan in 1981. Over the years, Swedish-Jordanian relations have developed and strengthened, building on the mutual trust that reigns between the two states. Their Majesties King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia paid a state visit to Jordan in 1989 and in 2003 their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania paid a state visit to Sweden.

Office hours for the public:
Sunday-Thursday 09.00-11.00

Switchboard is open:
Sunday-Thursday 13.00-15.30

Visiting hours regarding Swedish passports and other consular matters concerning Swedish citizens: 
Visiting hours: Sunday - Thursday 09.00-11.00
To apply for a Swedish passport you must apply in person at the Embassy.
Inquiries can also be sent by e-mail to the Embassy:

When applying for a passport an appointment is required. You can get an appointment by sending an e-mail to us:

The Embassy is closed the following Swedish and Jordanian holidays 2017:

1 January (Sunday), New Year day

9 April (Sunday), Palm Sunday

16 April (Sunday), Easter day (western & orthodox)

17 April (Monday), Easter Monday (western & orthodox)

1 May (Monday), International Labour Day

25 May (Thursday), Jordan Independence Day

25 June (Sunday), Eid al Fitr*

26 June (Monday), Eid al Fitr*

3 September (Sunday), Eid al Adha*

4 September (Monday), Eid al Adha*

24 December (Sunday), Christmas Eve

25 December (Monday), Christmas day

26 December (Tuesday), Boxing Day