Thordur Einarsson

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Thordur Einarsson
Þórður Einarsson
Chief of Protocol in the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (Iceland)
In office
1978 1985
Succeeded by Gunnar Pálsson
Ambassador of Iceland to Sweden
of Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland
to Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
In office
October 15, 1987 February 22, 1991
Preceded by Benedikt Sigurðsson Gröndal
Succeeded bySigríður Ásdís Snævarr
Personal details
BornJune 19, 1923
Reykjavík
DiedMay 12, 1997
Reykjavík
Education
  • 1941: finished in commerce from the Cooperative School
  • 1944 degree from the City of London College.
  • 1945 certified translator and court interpreter in English

Thordur Einarsson was an Icelandic Ambassador.

Career

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