Anna Hultgård Obituary, Death- Anna Maj Hultgaard, who served as our envoy to Cambodia from 2013 to 2016, has passed away, and we are deeply grieved by the news. Her contributions are sadly lacking. Anna Maj, who had been sick for a while but fought heroically, passed away in early November. The diplomatic community and the people who knew and worked with her will miss her dearly because of her untimely death. Anna Maj exemplified the highest standards of diplomatic service during her stint as ambassador.
Her sincere efforts to forge positive ties between Sweden and Cambodia were indicative of the dedication and enthusiasm she brought to her work. Her exceptional diplomatic abilities, broad understanding of international relations, and motivation to make a positive difference in the world were widely acknowledged. Anna Maj’s outgoing personality and positive attitude won over many people. She was highly renowned in her field, and we had the utmost respect for her as a friend and colleague.
Her former colleagues remember her as a warm and approachable team member who was always happy to lend a hand or offer some encouraging words. Anna Maj stood out in part because she gave her all to every project she took on. She visited different parts of Cambodia on multiple occasions, talking to locals from different walks of life to learn about the country’s culture in greater depth. She put in a lot of work to strengthen the friendly and cooperative ties between the two countries because she cared deeply about the well-being of the Cambodian people.
We are saddened by the loss of our beloved friend Anna Maj Hultgard and want to express our condolences to her loved ones. They might find solace in remembering her amazing life and the impact she made as a diplomat in improving ties between nations. Those who were fortunate enough to have worked with and known Anna Maj will always remember her and her contributions. She will be remembered not only for her professional successes but also for the decency and humanity she brought to the field of diplomacy. That is a legacy she will leave behind for sure. I hope she finally gets to rest in peace.