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  • Prime Minister received Estonia’s Prime Minister

    On Wednesday 25 May, Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson received Estonia’s Prime Minister Kaja Kallas for talks.

  • Prime Minister received President of the European Council

    On Wednesday 25 May, Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson will receive the President of the European Council, Charles Michel.

    On Wednesday 25 May, Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson received the President of the European Council, Charles Michel.

  • Result of security policy discussions presented on 13 May

    On 16 March 2022, the Government decided to set up a working group to deliberate on the changed security environment following Russia’s aggression against Ukraine. Minister for Foreign Affairs Ann Linde led the deliberations. Minister for Defence Peter Hultqvist also took part.

    All parties represented in the Riksdag took part in the deliberations and were represented by the following members of the Riksdag: Kenneth G Forslund (Social Democratic Party), Hans Wallmark (Moderate Party), Pål Jonson (Moderate Party), Aron Emilsson (Sweden Democrats), Kerstin Lundgren (Centre Party), Håkan Svenneling (Left Party), Mikael Oscarsson (Christian Democrats), Allan Widman (Liberal Party) and Elisabeth Falkhaven (Green Party).

Minister for Foreign Affairs Ann Linde signs Sweden’s formal request for NATO membership on 17 May.
Minister for Foreign Affairs Ann Linde signs Sweden’s formal request for NATO membership on 17 May. Photo: Frida Drake/Ministry for Foreign Affairs

Formal request for NATO membership signed and presented

Sweden and Finland on Wednesday morning (18 May 2022) simultaneously handed in their official letters of application to join NATO.

Photo: Ninni Andersson/The Government Offices of Sweden

Sweden and United Kingdom sign political declaration of solidarity

On Wednesday 11 May, Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson received the United Kingdom’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Sweden for talks. They discussed matters such as the serious security situation in Europe, bilateral relations and cooperation between Sweden and the United Kingdom.

Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson Photo: Bernhard Ludewig

Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson in talks with German Government and Finnish Prime Minister

On Tuesday 3 May, Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson was at Schloss Meseberg in Germany by invitation of Chancellor Olaf Scholz to take part in talks with the German Government together with Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin.

Picture: Johnér/The Government Offices

Sweden can do better: the Government’s policy priorities

Sweden has much to be proud of. We have a skilled labour force and a high proportion of Swedish people support themselves by working. Sweden has many innovative and competitive businesses that contribute to jobs and exports. Health care, education and social services are collectively financed and allocated according to need. The level of trust between people is high and Sweden has come a long way in terms of gender equality.

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