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:
Switchboard is open:
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
When applying for a passport an appointment is required. You can get an appointment by sending an e-mail to us: email@example.com
The Embassy is closed the following Swedish and Jordanian holidays 2018:
1 January (Monday) New Year day
1 April (Sunday) Easter day (Western)
2 April (Monday) Easter Monday (Western)
8 April (Sunday) Orthodox Easter Day
1 May (Tuesday) International Labour Day
6 June (Wednesday) Sweden’s National Day
17 June (Sunday) Eid al Fitr (End of Ramadan)
18 June (Monday) Eid al Fitr (End of Ramadan)
22 August (Wednesday) Eid al Adha
23 August (Thursday) Eid al Adha
24 December (Monday) Christmas Eve
25 December (Tuesday) Christmas day
26 December (Wednesday) Boxing Day
31 December (Monday) New Year Eve