The threat to Sweden and Swedish interests abroad was already classed as heightened.
In light of the fact that two Swedes have been killed in Brussels following a terrorist act, Swedes abroad are encouraged to exercise increased caution and vigilance, and follow the advice of local authorities.
Swedes abroad are also encouraged to register on the list of Swedish citizens abroad, and download the UD Resklar app and activate push notifications for the country in question.
Third country citizens (not EU-citizens) with a valid residence permit in Estonia do not need visa to visit Sweden and may remain there up to 90 days for every six month period, provided the residence permit is valid throughout this time. For longer stays, a residence permit is necessary.
Citizens from the following countries require visa for entry into Sweden:
Nordic Council of Ministers' office in Tartu Raekoja plats 8, Tartu
Visiting hours: 10–12 on Mondays and Wednesdays
Honorary Consul: Mr. Madis Kanarbik
Sweden has diplomatic relations with almost all States in the world. It has embassies and consulates in around half of these. Sweden's foreign representation consists of approximately 100 missions abroad and 350 honorary consulates.