Argentina–Sweden relations

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Argentine-Swedish relations
Map indicating locations of Argentina and Sweden



Argentine-Swedish are foreign relations between Argentina and Sweden. Both countries established diplomatic relations on January 3, 1846. Argentina has an embassy in Stockholm. Sweden has an embassy in Buenos Aires and 3 honorary consulates (in Córdoba, Oberá, and Tucumán); the ambassador is also concurrent to Uruguay and Paraguay.[1]

There are around 175,000 people of Swedish descent living in Argentina.

In 1977, Swedish-Argentine girl Dagmar Hagelin disappeared in Argentina during the Dirty War.

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  1. ^ "Swedish Embassy in Buenos Aires" (in Spanish). Retrieved 8 September 2013. 

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