The archives, which are important witnesses in terms of history and international relations, are of strategic importance as 'the memory of the state presence'; they ensure the rights of the state and individuals to clarify and re-establish a matter by protecting documents of diplomatic relations. From the 19th century onwards, Sweden had developed relations with the Ottoman State in a diplomatic and economic field under the policy of impartiality that it had followed. Sweden, XII. Since Charles, he has established a permanent representation in Istanbul and closely followed the developments of the Ottoman State. The reports sent by Swedish diplomats and the memories of diplomats and travellers visiting the Ottoman country are an important source of Turkish foreign policy work. These shifts of importance in the writing and learning of Turkish history exist in the Swedish State Archive (Riksarkivet) and the Swedish Military Archive (Krigsarkivet). Unfortunately, it was not sufficiently exploited from Swedish archives in Turkish foreign policy research. However, from the 17th century on Ottoman-Swedish relations, Ottoman administration, political, economic and cultural issues are possible in the Swedish archives from the 17th century. XII. Charles's stay in the Ottomans for a long time and met the Oriental culture has led to significant influences on Sweden so far. The memoirs written by Swedish diplomats and the works they took from Turkey are also important sources for the history of Turkish diplomacy. Sweden also had the opportunity to follow the events closely, both in the Balkan Wars and in World War I. The aim of this study is to introduce Turkish funds in the Swedish archives, which will be an important part of Turkish foreign policy research.