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Sweden’s new Government
Today, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven presented the Statement of Government Policy in the Riksdag and announced the ministers that make up the Government. The change of government took place at a Council of State at the Royal Palace presided over by His Majesty the King.
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Report on Swedish efforts related to the initiative on citizens’ consultations
As part of the national reporting under the French initiative on citizens’ consultations on the future of the EU, the Swedish Government has reported its efforts for increased participation, knowledge and engagement on EU issues to the European Council. The themes primarily raised during the EU thematic consultation forums and the Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies’ discussion tour about the future of Europe, are also included in the report, which you can access below. The Member State reports are expected to be noted by the European Council on 13–14 December 2018.Report on Swedish efforts related to the initiative on citizens’ consultations
Statement by Prime Minister Stefan Löfven on the passing of President George HW BushStatement by Prime Minister Stefan Löfven on the passing of President George HW Bush
EU leaders endorsed Brexit agreement
On the Sunday of November 25, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and the other members of the European Council endorsed the Brexit agreement negotiated by the EU and the United Kingdom.EU leaders endorsed Brexit agreement
Prime Minister to attend special meeting on Brexit
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven will attend a special meeting of the European Council on Sunday, November 25. EU leaders will meet to take a position on the Brexit withdrawal agreement.Prime Minister to attend special meeting on Brexit
Stefan Löfven took part in commemoration of end of the First World War
On 11 November 2018, it was 100 hundred years since the ceasefire was concluded that led to the end of the First World War. This was commemorated in a major event in Paris on 10–11 November, attended by some 80 heads of state and government and heads of international organisations.Stefan Löfven took part in commemoration of end of the First World War
OECD takes over as host of Global Deal
On 9 November 2018, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven met Angel Gurría, Secretary-General of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), to hand over the Global Deal initiative.OECD takes over as host of Global Deal
Programme for the State Visit from Italy
The President of the Republic of Italy Sergio Mattarella will visit Sweden on 13–15 November at the invitation of H.M. The King of Sweden. The President will be accompanied by his daughter, Ms Laura Mattarella.Programme for the State Visit from Italy
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven to travel to Paris
On 11 November 2018, it is 100 hundred years since the ceasefire was concluded that led to the end of the First World War. This Armistice Centenary will be commemorated in Paris on 10–11 November, attended by some 80 heads of state and government and heads of international organisations.Prime Minister Stefan Löfven to travel to Paris
Brexit and migration at the European Council
The European Council discussed Brexit, migration and internal security on 17–18 October. Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and his colleagues also addressed EU relations with the Arab League and the EU’s negotiating mandate ahead of the COP24 climate conference.Brexit and migration at the European Council
Brexit and migration on the agenda when the European Council meets
Brexit, migration and internal security will be on the agenda when Prime Minister Stefan Löfven meets his European Council colleagues on 18 October. The EU leaders will also address external relations.Brexit and migration on the agenda when the European Council meets