Sweden Reopen Its Embassy in Manila

Swedish Embassy in Manila

The Embassy of Sweden reopened its doors in Manila on November 08, envisioned to pave the way for renewed partnerships and open new avenues of cooperation and collaboration for Philippine-Swedish relations.

The reopening was presided by the Swedish Minister for Enterprise and Innovation Mikael Damberg and Ambassador-designate Harald Fries. Minister Damberg was also accompanied by a business delegation led by the prominent Wallenberg group of companies.

The Embassy of Sweden reopened its doors in Manila
From left: Department of Transportation Undersecretary Raoul Creencia, Member of the House of Representatives and Former Senator Pia Cayetano, Department of Trade and Industry Undersecretary Nora Terrado, DFA Assistant Secretary Maria Cleofe Natividad, Minister for Enterprise and Innovation of Sweden Mikael Damberg, and Ambassador-designate of Sweden to the Philippines Harald Fries formally open the Embassy of Sweden in Manila.

The robust economic environment in the Philippines, including the President’s 10-Point Socio-economic Agenda, continues to offer very exciting prospects for foreign companies interested in doing business in the country.