Prime Minister's OfficeSvenska
Sweden is to open a Consulate-General in New York. The move will strengthen Sweden's diplomatic presence in one of the world's most important cities. The Consulate-General will strengthen brand Sweden by contributing to enhanced cultural, economic and popular exchange between Sweden and the United States.
On 20 November, is the 25th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and Minister for Children, the Elderly and Gender Equality Åsa Regnér are at the United Nations in New York to take part in the celebrations. The Government is committed to strengthening the rights of the child and has begun work on making the Convention on the Rights of the Child part of Swedish law.
Prime Minister's comments on Swedish Armed Forces analysis of intelligence operation in Stockholm archipelago
On Friday 14 November, Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces Sverker Göranson presented the Swedish Armed Forces analysis of the intelligence operation conducted in October in the Stockholm archipelago. The analysis shows that there is conclusive evidence that Sweden was subjected to a violation of its waters. Prime Minister Stefan Löfven commented on the analysis at a press conference.
10 November 2014
Government meeting with the foreign diplomatic corps
03 October 2014
Sweden's new Government