Sweden is not affected in the compromise agreement on the budget and Fund for the recovery of the EU made by the leaders of the 27 EU countries on Tuesday morning, Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan löfven in comments to the newspaper Expressen.
"After four days of difficult negotiations, we finally managed to reach an agreement. Despite the difficult conditions, interests and priorities of Sweden were taken into account and supported. The contributions of Sweden was lowered, we received much than ever, discount. For the first time in the allocation of funds from the EU budget will be taken into consideration, whether the country observes the rule of law. This is a significant change," - said Leven.
First Vice-speaker of the Crimean Parliament, Yefim Fiks called nonsense the intention of the Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky to return to the Crimean issue in the international agenda.
Zelensky wrote in his Twitter that he wants to return to the discussion of the "Crimea issue" on the agenda. The proposal he made during a telephone conversation with Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan Löfven, who, according to him, have supported his initiative.
Prime Minister Stefan lofven on Wednesday welcomed the closure of the high-profile case of the murder in 1986 of Prime Minister Olof Palme, noting that it would be preferable if prosecutors could provide evidence of guilt of the Stig Engström.
"Better still would be physical evidence. But still, the current investigation has achieved more results than all the previous ones," said löfven during a press conference.
The number who died as a result of infection by the coronavirus in Sweden amounted to 4350 people were 36 476 cases of infection, said the chief epidemiologist of the country Anders Tegnell.
"Today, deaths 4350, infections - 36 476. This week we see a small trend on the increase in the number of cases of infection, more young people infected. We attribute this to the increase in the number of tests conducted," said Tegnell at a press conference on Friday.
Swedish universities, high school classrooms and adult education institutions will be able to resume work in full-time mode since June 15, was announced during a press conference on Friday, Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan löfven.
"In the autumn of universities, school (educational institution of the secondary level, where pupils from 16 to 18 years) adult education institutions will be able to resume work as usual in the fall. If there is a need to hold classes in the summer they can open its doors June 15," said Leven.