Digital Roundtable within the framework of the Swedish EU Council Presidency What are Sweden's priorities for the future of Europe?

Tue, 25.04.2023

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM


Participation for EU officials and ministry officials from the EU member states/candidate countries, Great Britain, Iceland, Norway or Kosovo with working contacts to the EU and interested persons

For six months, Sweden is chairing the Council of the European Union and navigating the community of states through troubled waters. Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson opened the presidency by emphasizing that the priorities are to make the EU greener, safer and freer, while stressing that the European institutions should continue to support Ukraine against Russian aggression.

Join Elisa Kempe, European Department of the Federal Foreign Office Berlin, and Cornelius Raapke-Eckert, Contact person EU-coordination economic and financial affairs at EU Coordination Secretariat (Prime Minister's Office) Stockholm, for a look at the current state of play and the four priorities of the Presidency: Security – Unity, Resilience – Competitiveness, Prosperity – Green Change and Energy Transition, Democratic Values and Rule of Law – Our Foundation. After an approx. 30-minute impulse, moderated by Bernd Riegert, Senior Correspondent Deutsche Welle Brussels, you can directly ask your questions to the panel.

The event is supported by the German Embassy Stockholm and will be held in German.

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If you are interested, we kindly ask you to register by 24.04.2023.
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