|Ambassador of Sweden to France|
|Preceded by||Frank Belfrage|
|Succeeded by||Veronika Wand-Danielsson|
|Swedish Ambassador to the United States|
|Preceded by||Jan Eliasson|
|Succeeded by||Jonas Hafström|
|Swedish Minister for International Monetary Exchange|
21 October 2002 – 2004
23 July 1947 |
|Alma mater||Stockholm University, Uppsala University, Columbia University|
Gunnar Lund did his military service as an interpreter in Uppsala and was educated in Russian. He graduated from Stockholm University and Uppsala University with a Bachelor's degree in political economics, political science and Russian in 1971. Lund received a Master's degree in political economics and international law from Columbia University in 1972.
Lund has served as a diplomat in Copenhagen, at the OECD in Paris and as the Permanent Representation of Sweden to the European Union.
From 2002 until 2004 he served as minister for International Monetary Exchange in the Swedish cabinet. From 2004 to 2007 he was the Swedish Ambassador to the United States. From the fall of 2007 he served as the Swedish ambassador to France.
Lund is married to Kari Lotsberg. They have three children: Gustav (born 1984) Harald (1987) and Ingrid (1990).
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|Ambassador of Sweden to France
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