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On Monday and Tuesday 9-10 June, Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt hosted a high-level meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, British Prime Minister David Cameron and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte at Harpsund. At the press conference in Harpsund, the four countries' leaders were in agreement that various structural reforms are needed to boost EU competitiveness, strengthen the Single Market, increase free trade and promote free movement.
Fredrik Reinfeldt received Estonian Prime Minister
On Friday 9 May, Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt received Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas for talks at Rosenbad. The agenda included the bilateral relations between Sweden and Estonia, with a focus on the economy, current EU issues and the situation in Ukraine.
"We are deeply concerned about the situation. All parties must show restraint to avoid further escalation. Russia has a responsibility not to violate international law and instead act through dialogue and other peaceful means. The sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine must be respected. I welcome that the international community, mainly through the UN and the EU, are now discussing the situation."
19 February 2014
Proposal on EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region discussed at high-level meeting
06 December 2013
Statement by Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt on the death of Nelson Mandela
07 November 2013
Swedish Prime Minister received Turkey's Prime Minister