Swedish Prime Minister Löfven visits Finland
Sweden's new Prime Minister Stefan Löfven met Prime Minister Alexander Stubb in Helsinki on Monday 20 October. The meeting focused on EU issues and the premiers discussed the energy union and the climate and energy package extending until 2030.
With regard to economic issues, the discussions touched on ways to promote growth, especially the EU's internal market and the European Commission's social investment package. The prime ministers also discussed key international issues, including the Ukraine situation and UN affairs. Defence cooperation between Sweden and Finland was also on the premiers' agenda.