Carl Bildt

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Carl Bildt
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Minister for Foreign Affairs
In office
6 October 2006 – 3 October 2014
Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt
Preceded by Jan Eliasson
Succeeded by Margot Wallström
Prime Minister of Sweden
In office
4 October 1991 – 7 October 1994
Monarch Carl XVI Gustaf
Deputy Bengt Westerberg
Preceded by Ingvar Carlsson
Succeeded by Ingvar Carlsson
High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina
In office
14 December 1995 – 18 June 1997
Preceded by Position established
Succeeded by Carlos Westendorp
Leader of the Opposition
In office
7 October 1994 – 4 September 1999
Prime Minister Ingvar Carlsson
Göran Persson
Preceded by Ingvar Carlsson
Succeeded by Bo Lundgren
In office
23 August 1986 – 4 October 1991
Prime Minister Ingvar Carlsson
Preceded by Ulf Adelsohn
Succeeded by Ingvar Carlsson
Leader of the Moderate Party
In office
23 August 1986 – 4 September 1999
Preceded by Ulf Adelsohn
Succeeded by Bo Lundgren
Personal details
Born Nils Daniel Carl Bildt
(1949-07-15) 15 July 1949 (age 69)
Halmstad, Sweden
Political party Moderate Party
Spouse(s) Kerstin Zetterberg (1974–1975)
Mia Bohman (1984–1997)
Anna Corazza (1998–present)
Children 3
Alma mater Stockholm University
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Nils Daniel Carl Bildt, born 15 July 1949 in Halmstad, Sweden, is a Swedish politician and diplomat who was Prime Minister of Sweden from 1991 to 1994.[1] He was the leader of the Moderate Party from 1986 to 1999. He also served as Sweden's Minister for Foreign Affairs from 2006 to 2014.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Sweden" (in Swedish). World Statesmen. Retrieved 22 December 2014.

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Party political offices
Preceded by
Carl Cederschiöld
Chairperson of the Confederation of Conservative and Liberal Students
1973–1974
Succeeded by
Mats Svegfors
Preceded by
Ulf Adelsohn
Leader of the Moderate Party
1986–1999
Succeeded by
Bo Lundgren
Political offices
Preceded by
Ingvar Carlsson
Prime Minister of Sweden
1991–1994
Succeeded by
Ingvar Carlsson
New office High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina
1995–1997
Succeeded by
Carlos Westendorp
Preceded by
Jan Eliasson
Minister for Foreign Affairs
2006–2014
Succeeded by
Margot Wallström