Mission of Switzerland to the UN in Vienna

 A multi-storey modern building with flags of different nations and a fountain in front.
The Vienna International Centre, the headquarters of the United Nations in Vienna. © Mission of Switzerland

Founded in 1980, the United Nations Office at Vienna is the third headquarters of the United Nations after New York and Geneva. The main issues dealt with by the Vienna-based UN agencies are drugs and crime control (UNODC), drug control (INCB), industrial development (UNIDO), space affairs (UNOOSA) or international trade law (UN Commission on International Law).

The Mission of Switzerland to the UN Office in Vienna and to the UN organizations on the banks of the Danube represents Switzerland there and to defend its interests and positions.

Team UNO

Mission staff and functions

Activities in the field of United Nations UN

Switzerland's mission to the UN supports UN organizations and contributes Swiss positions and interests.