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"Generations before us have built one of the richest and fairest countries in the world. Our task is to build a stronger nation – one that can make the transition to a new era. We must ensure that our children inherit a sustainable, safe and equal society." Prime Minister Stefan Löfven
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First meeting to be held in Kiruna when Sweden takes over EU Presidency in 2023
The European Commission will be invited to Kiruna when Sweden holds the Presidency of the Council of the European Union from 1 January–30 June 2023.
Conference on the Future of Europe – a public dialogue on the future of Europe
The Conference on the Future of Europe will be launched on 9 May, Europe Day, and will run for a year. It will conclude in spring 2022 during the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven in WHO meeting on strengthening global health efforts
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven participated in a round-table discussion on Tuesday with the Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response (IPPPR).
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven to participate in WHO’s independent pandemic panel on 4 May
On Tuesday, 4 May, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven will participate in a round-table discussion with the Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response (IPPPR), which was established by the World Health Organization (WHO).
The Riksdag and the Government congratulated HM The King on his 75th birthday
On 30 April, First Deputy Speaker Åsa Lindestam and Prime Minister Stefan Löfven congratulated HM The King on his 75th birthday. At a reception at the Royal Palace, a gift from the Riksdag and the Government – a medallion of the King to be hung in the Riksdag Building – was presented.
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven welcomes US decision to join global Leadership Group for Industry Transition
The United States and President Joe Biden have joined the global Leadership Group for Industry Transition (LeadIT). The Group, launched in 2019 by Sweden’s Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, gathers countries and companies to drive the low-carbon transition of energy-intensive industries.
The pandemic requires a new industrial strategy
Hans Dahlgren, Minister for EU Affairs and Ibrahim Baylan, Minister for Business, Industry and Innovation, Dagens Industry, March 30 2021
Social Summit: Non-paper by Austria, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, the Netherlands and Sweden
Given the COVID-19 pandemic with large socioeconomic consequences for all Member States and the upcoming twin digital and green transitions, the Social Summit comes at a timely moment. The Action Plan on the Pillar of Social Rights by the Commission is a welcome contribution to the discussions at the Social Summit. This non-paper by Austria, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, the Netherlands and Sweden contains input for the declaration of the Summit.
Opinion piece by Hans Dahlgren, Minister for EU Affairs
On 29 March 2021 the Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter published an opinion piece by Minister for EU Affairs Hans Dahlgren. In the article Hans Dahlgren writes about the ongoing discussion within the EU regarding strategic autonomy – which in simple terms is about attempting to reduce Europe’s dependence on the rest of the world.
Congratulations from the Prime Minister
“My warmest congratulations to Princess Sofia, Prince Carl Philip and their sons Prince Alexander and Prince Gabriel on the addition of their newest family member today. I am delighted that everything went well and wish the family all the best,” says Prime Minister Stefan Löfven.