Ola Ullsten

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Ola Ullsten
Minister for Foreign Affairs
In office
12 October 1979 – 8 October 1982
(2 years, 361 days)
Prime MinisterThorbjörn Fälldin
Preceded byHans Blix
Succeeded byLennart Bodström
Deputy Prime Minister of Sweden
In office
1 August 1980 – 8 October 1982
(2 years, 68 days)
Prime MinisterThorbjörn Fälldin
Preceded byIngemar Mundebo
Succeeded byIngvar Carlsson
In office
7 March 1978 – 18 October 1978
(225 days)
Prime MinisterThorbjörn Fälldin
Preceded byPer Ahlmark
Succeeded bySven Romanus
28th Prime Minister of Sweden
In office
18 October 1978 – 12 October 1979
(359 days)
MonarchCarl XVI Gustaf
DeputySven Romanus
Preceded byTorbjörn Fälldin
Succeeded byTorbjörn Fälldin
Personal details
Born(1931-06-23)23 June 1931
Umeå, Sweden
Died28 May 2018(2018-05-28) (aged 86)
Political partyLiberal People's Party
Spouse(s)Evi Esko
(1961-1981; divorced)
Louise Beaudoin
ChildrenWith Evi Esko:
Maria Ullsten
Katarina Ullsten
With Louise Beaudoin:
Nicolas Beaudoin-Ullsten
Christian Beaudoin-Ullsten

Stig Kjell Olof (Ola) Ullsten, (23 June 1931 in Umeå, Sweden – 28 May 2018) was a Swedish former politician and diplomat. He served as the Prime Minister of Sweden from 1978 to 1979[1] He was also the leader of the Liberal People's Party from 1978 to 1983.[2] He also served as Deputy Prime Minister briefly in 1978 and then again from 1980 to 1982. He was also the Swedish foreign minister between 1979 and 1982.

Ullsten died on 28 May 2018 at the age of 86.[3]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Sweden" (in Swedish). World Statesmen. Retrieved 22 December 2014.
  2. "Ola Ullsten". Nationalencyklopedin (in Swedish). Retrieved 9 May 2010.
  3. "Förre FP-ledaren Ola Ullsten död". Dagens Nyheter (in Swedish). 28 May 2018. Retrieved 28 May 2018.
Political offices
Preceded by
Thorbjörn Fälldin
Prime Minister of Sweden
Succeeded by
Thorbjörn Fälldin
Preceded by
Hans Blix
Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs
Succeeded by
Lennart Bodström
Party political offices
Preceded by
Per Ahlmark
Leader of the Swedish Liberal People's Party
Succeeded by
Bengt Westerberg