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Nativitas: 15 Iulii 1949; Halmostadium
Patria: Suecia

Officium

Officium: Minister for Foreign Affairs of Sweden, High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Prime Minister of Sweden, Member of the Riksdag
Munus: Politicus, Legatus, Scriptor, blogger, Animator programmatis

Consociatio

Factio: Moderate Party

Familia

Coniunx: Anna Maria Corazza Bildt

Memoria

Laurae: Commander of the Legion of Honour, Grand Cross of the White Rose of Finland, Order of the Three Stars, 2nd Class, Cross of Recognition, H. M. The King's Medal, Grand Cross of the Order of Grand Duke Gediminas, Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, Grand Cross of Royal Norwegian Order of Merit, Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland, Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George, Order of the Cross of Terra Mariana, 1st Class, Order For Merit, Grand Cross of the Order of the Phoenix, Grand Cross of the Order of the Oak Crown, Grand Cross 1st class of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany, Order of Prince Yaroslav the Wise, 2nd class
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Carolus Bildt cum Condoleezza Rice

Carolus Bildt, vulgo plene Nils Daniel Carl Bildt (natus Halmostadii die 15 Iulii 1949) est politicorum peritus Suecicus factionis moderatae, quam factionem a die 23 Augusti 1986 ad 4 Septembris 1999 ipse ducebat. Apud universitatem Holmiensem studuit resque politicas inter coaevos movebat sed sine lauris abiit.

A die 4 Octobris 1991 ad 7 Octobris 1994 fuit primus minister Sueciae, sed a die 6 Octobris 2006 ad 3 Octobris 2014 minister a rebus externis. Inter diem 14 Decembris 1995 et 18 Iunii 1997 legatus superior (primus ille seriei) ad Bosniam et Herzegovinam meruit.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Consilium ministrorum Suecicum Friderici Reinfeldt 2006–2014
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Lena Adelsohn Liljeroth • Maria Arnholm (2013–) • Beatrix Ask • Stephanus Attefall (2010–) • Carolus Bildt • Tobias Billström • Ioannes Björklund • Eva Björling (2007–) • Maria Borelius (2006) • Andreas Borg • Andreas Carlgren (2006–2011) • Gunilla Carlsson (2006–2013) • Lena Ek (2011–) • Catharina Elmsäter-Svärd (2010–) • Hillevi Engström (2010–) • Karin Enström (2012–) • Eskil Erlandsson • Georgius Hägglund • Anna-Karin Hatt (2010–) • Christina Husmark Pehrsson (2006–2010) • Tobias Krantz (2009–2010) • Ulf Kristersson (2010–) • Maria Larsson • Lars Leijonborg (2006–2009) • Anna Lööf (2011–) • Caecilia Malmström (2006–2010) • Petrus Norman (2010–) • Matthias Odell (2006–2010) • Michael Odenberg (2006–2007) • Birgitta Ohlsson (2010–) • Maud Olofsson (2006–2011) • Nyamko Sabuni (2006–2013) • Caecilia Stegö Chilò (2006) • Elisabetha Svantesson (2013–) • Sten Tolgfors (2006–2012) • Åsa Torstensson (2006–2010) • Ericus Ullenhag (2010–)
Capsae cognatae: Consilium Löfven 2014–
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Gustavus Fridericus Östberg (1904) • Axel Svedelius (1905) • Hugo Tamm (1907) • Gustavus Fridericus Östberg (1908) • Arvid Lindman (1912) • Gösta Bagge (1935) • Fritiof Domö (1944) • Jarl Hjalmarson (1950) • Gunnar Heckscher (1961) • Yngve Holmberg (1965) • Gösta Bohman (1970) • Ulf Adelsohn (1981) • Carolus Bildt (1986) • Bo Lundgren (1999) • Fridericus Reinfeldt (2003)
Legati superiores Bosniae et Herzegovinae