Magdalena Andersson

Magdalena Andersson, Prime Minister

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“The Government’s top three priorities for the remainder of the electoral period are to take back control over the welfare system, step up the pace of the climate transition and leave no stone unturned in breaking segregation and putting a stop to the serious violence.”

News from Magdalena Andersson

  • SEK 1 billion in additional support for Ukraine

    On Monday 29 August, Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson received Ukrainian Minister for Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba to discuss additional Swedish support for Ukraine.

  • Prime Minister received German Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz

    On Tuesday 16 August, Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson received German Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz at Sager House. During the visit, Ms Andersson and Mr Scholz discussed the close relations between Sweden and Germany, the new security situation following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and economic developments. They also discussed green industry and green transition, and therefore visited Scania in Södertälje.

    (A version of the press conference with simultaneous interpretation into German can be found in the press release.)

  • Sweden to train Ukrainian soldiers in UK

    Magdalena Andersson and Peter Hultqvist standing outside surrounded by soldiers.
    Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson and Minister for Defence Peter Hultqvist visiting the Swedish Armed Forces in Boden, where they held a joint press conference on 7 August to announce the Government's decision that the Swedish Armed Forces will send instructors to the UK to give Ukrainian citizens basic military training. Photo: Swedish Armed Forces

    The Government has decided that the Swedish Armed Forces will send instructors to the UK to give Ukrainian citizens basic military training to enable them to serve in Ukraine’s armed forces. The aim is to make it possible for Ukraine to maintain and strengthen its defence capabilities.

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