News from the Government and Government Offices

  • Address by PM Stefan Löfven at the General Debate of the 75th Session of the General Assembly of the UN

    Today Prime Minister Stefan Löfven addressed the UN General Assembly. He focused his statement on the importance of working together in international solidarity to support the UN and jointly tackle the pandemic and the climate crisis. He stressed that we must seize this opportunity to build back stronger, greener & more equal societies.

  • Budget Bill for 2021: Working Sweden out of the crisis – together

    Photo: Ninni Andersson/Government Offices of Sweden

    The Government is presenting the Budget Bill for 2021 to the Riksdag today. The Government proposes a powerful, green restart package for the Swedish economy, but also long-term reforms that will help solve societal problems.

  • The Government’s work in response to the virus responsible for COVID-19

    There is an ongoing outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), which causes the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The Government and the Government Offices are following developments carefully and are in continuous contact with the responsible authorities.

Prime Minister Stefan Löfven reading the Statement of Government from the rostrum in the Riksdag
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven reading the Statement of Government Policy in 2020. Photo: Ninni Andersson/Government offices of Sweden

Prime Minister Stefan Löfven read the Statement of Government Policy

Prime Minister Stefan Löfven read the Statement of Government Policy in the Riksdag and presented the Government's intended policies for the coming year.

Illustration: Government Offices of Sweden

Measures to protect Sweden’s security when security-sensitive activities are sold

The Government has decided to submit proposals to the Council on Legislation for amendments to the Protective Security Act regarding the transfer of security-sensitive activities. The aim of the proposals is to prevent sales that may harm Sweden’s security.

Photo: Folio

Extension of temporary entry ban to Sweden until 31 October 2020

To mitigate the effects of the spread of COVID-19 and reduce the outbreak, a temporary ban on entry to the EU via Sweden is in force. The Government today decided to extend the entry ban until 31 October 2020.

Photo: Sofie Westling/The Government Offices of Sweden

Changes to the Ministry for Foreign Affairs’ advice against travel

The Ministry for Foreign Affairs is lifting its advice against non-essential travel to Bulgaria, the Netherlands and Romania. The decision enters into force on 27 August. At the same time, the decision regarding advice against non-essential travel to countries outside the EU, the EEA, the Schengen area and the United Kingdom is extended until 15 November.

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