Sweden was without a voice on the last day of the EU summit in Brussels when Prime Minister Stefan Löfven was not present. A head of state and government can only be represented by someone at the same level, which is why the Prime Minister of Finland brought Sweden’s action.
The discussions came unplanned to deal with the corona pandemic, where Sweden and Finland have different strategies.
EU correspondent Andreas Liljeheden explains the messy rules and why the Finns had not been able to involve Sweden in Euro-cooperation.
Source: ICELAND NEWS