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Ministry of Defence
Försvarsdepartementet
Försvarsdepartementet vapen.svg
Coat of Arms
Agency overview
Formed 1920 (1920)[1]
Employees about 150
Minister responsible
Website www.sweden.gov.se/sb/d/2060

The Ministry of Defence (Swedish language: Försvarsdepartementet ) is a Swedish government ministry responsible for the national defence policy.

The Ministry of Defence has existed in its present form since 1920. It has been located at its present premises at Jakobsgatan 9 at Gustaf Adolfs torg, Stockholm, since 1966. The ministry has a staff of 150: political advisers, officials, assistants, clerical officers, military advisers in military issues, etc. The ministry is headed by the Minister for Defence, currently Karin Enström (m).

Government agencies

The Ministry of Defence is principal for the following government agencies:

Areas of responsibility

  • The military defence
  • International operations
  • Emergency preparedness

See also

References

  1. "Försvarsdepartementet" (in Swedish). Nationalencyklopedin. http://www.ne.se/försvarsdepartementet. Retrieved 13 November 2010.  (subscription required)

External links

Coordinates: 59°19′48.8″N 18°04′05.42″E / 59.330222°N 18.0681722°E / 59.330222; 18.0681722

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