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EU heads of state and government met in Brussels on 19-20 March. They agreed to align the sanctions against Russia to the implementation of the Minsk agreements and approved the proposal to establish an energy union. They also discussed the crisis in Libya. Sweden was represented by Prime Minister Stefan Löfven.
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven visited the Polish capital of Warsaw for talks with Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz. Issues discussed by the prime ministers included the situation in Ukraine, growth and the economy in Europe, the importance of moving ahead in climate efforts, good and fair working conditions and increased gender equality.
Sweden has decided to offer Ukraine a bilateral loan of USD 100 million. This loan, together with our political support for the country's autonomous path, independence and territorial integrity, will help to strengthen Ukraine.
11 March 2015
Stefan Löfven visited Ukraine
10 March 2015
HeForShe Ambassador Stefan Löfven
09 March 2015
Climate change in focus when President Tong visited Sweden