Tag: Ulf Kristersson

  • 457: This is how Kristersson is affected by PM’s eel mess

    Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson’s state secretary PM Nilsson has been in trouble since it was revealed that he poached eels and also lied to the police about this. On his Facebook page, Nilsson announced on Thursday that he is leaving his post in the government office. “I understand how inappropriate it was to fish for […]

  • The government holds a press conference about the NATO process

    The government holds a press conference on the NATO process with Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson (M), Foreign Minister Tobias Billström (M) and Defense Minister Pål Jonson (M). Lately, the process has had a hitch in the machinery after the burning of the Koran outside the Turkish embassy in Stockholm. Listen to Ekot’s live broadcast.

  • Sweden’s prime minister likens gang violence to domestic terrorism

    STOCKHOLM, Jan. 23 (Xinhua) — The escalating gang violence in Sweden is tantamount to domestic terrorism, Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson said here on Monday. His comment came after a wave of attacks, which last year killed 61 according to police statistics, flared up since the turn of the year, Sweden’s Television (SVT) reported on Monday. […]

  • Sweden’s Prime Minister condemns Koran burning

    Stockholm – Sweden’s prime minister has condemned this weekend’s burning of a Koran in Stockholm as “deeply disrespectful”, raising tensions with Turkey as the Nordic country courts Ankara over its NATO bid. Far-right politician Rasmus Paludan set fire to a copy of the Muslim holy book in front of the Turkish embassy in the Swedish […]

  • Turkish activists set fire to the Swedish flag (VIDEO)

    The protest broke out in response to the burning of the Koran in Stockholm Protesters set a Swedish flag on fire in Istanbul on Saturday in response to an anti-Islam activist burning a copy of the Koran in public near the Turkish embassy in Stockholm. The incident took place amid a diplomatic spat between Turkey […]

  • Turkish activists set fire to the Swedish flag

    The protest broke out in response to the burning of the Koran in Stockholm Protesters set a Swedish flag on fire in Istanbul on Saturday in response to an anti-Islam activist burning a copy of the Koran in public near the Turkish embassy in Stockholm. The incident took place amid a diplomatic spat between Turkey […]

  • This is how Putin’s war has redrawn the economic map

    Host:Anders Jelmin Voices and participation in the programKristian Åström, economic commentator, EkotTorbjörn Becker, director, Eastern Economic Institute Diego Olle Holmgren, economist, SEBUlf Kristersson, Prime Minister (M)Ebba Busch, Minister of Economic Affairs (KD)Carl Bildt, former prime ministerJan Moström, CEO, LKABDiego Lopez, researcher SIPRI Producer:Olof Wijnbladh Technician:Adam Alvin [email protected]

  • Ebba Busch (KD): I never promised money before Christmas

    On the second of September, Ulf Kristersson (M) told and signed facebook about a joint election promise from all the party leaders in his political team. Household finances would be saved in good time before Christmas. “Everyone should know that before Christmas, you will get relief for the high electricity prices that the government has […]

  • 455: Erdogan’s power over Swedish politicians

    Sweden will deliver the Archer artillery system, combat vehicle 90 and anti-tank robot NLAW to Ukraine. The government announced this at a press conference on Thursday. How important was this to Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson given the attacks on the previous government for tardiness? At the same time, a freedom of expression debate is ongoing […]

  • Right now: The government is expected to send Archer to Ukraine

    Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson holds a press conference about sending defense equipment to Ukraine. Among other things, it is expected to be about the Archer artillery system. Energy and Industry Minister Ebba Busch, Labor Market and Integration Minister Johan Pehrson and Defense Minister Pål Jonson also participate. Listen to the press conference in Ekot’s live […]

  • Follow the year’s first party leader debate in the Riksdag

    The party leaders meet in the year’s first party leader debate in the Riksdag. Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson (M) starts, then in order of party size Magdalena Andersson (S), Jimmie Åkesson (SD), Nooshi Dadgostar (V), Annie Lööf (C), Ebba Busch (KD), Märta Stenevi (MP) and Johan Pehrson ( L). Follow the party leader debate that […]

  • Europe’s partial victory in Putin’s energy war

    Energy panic spread in Europe as Putin turned the gas tap. Prices skyrocketed and in Germany drastic measures were taken to save energy. Europe feared a crisis winter. But even if the situation is difficult in many places and energy poverty has become a concept, fortunate circumstances have meant that Europe is doing better than […]

  • Halla-aho: Erdoğan’s extradition demand “pulled out of a hat”

    Jussi Halla-ahothe chairman of the parliament’s foreign affairs committee on Monday evaluated at YLE A-studio, that the number is not based on anything concrete. “It’s more or less a number pulled out of a hat that was used to raise the stakes in response to the provocation in Sweden,” he analyzed, referring to a recent […]

  • Sweden, Finland must send “terrorists” to Turkey for NATO bidding

    ankara, turkey – Sweden and Finland must deport or extradite up to 130 “terrorists” to Turkey before the Turkish parliament will approve their bid to join NATO, President Tayyip Erdogan said. The two Nordic states applied last year to join NATO after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, but their bid must be approved by all 30 […]

  • Trkiye adds uncertainty to Sweden’s NATO bid

    While Stockholm says it is in a “good position” for accession, Ankara is less enthusiastic Top Swedish and Turkish officials have made contradictory statements about negotiations to unblock Stockholm’s NATO bid. Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson told reporters on Monday that the country was in a “very good position” – hours after Turkish President Recep […]

  • Trkiye adds uncertainty to Sweden’s NATO bid

    While Stockholm says it is in a “good position” for accession, Ankara is less enthusiastic Top Swedish and Turkish officials have made contradictory statements about negotiations to unblock Stockholm’s NATO bid. Sweden’s Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson told reporters on Monday that the country was in a “very good location” – hours after Turkish President Recep […]

  • EU says deadly missile attack in Dnipro constitutes ‘war crime’

    The death toll from a missile attack on the central Ukrainian city of Dnipro rose to 40 on Monday, as more bodies were pulled from the rubble of a multi-storey building. The Swedish EU presidency condemned the attack and said it constituted a war crime. Russia has denied responsibility. The emergency services gave the new […]

  • Henrik Landerholm: Sweden is more protected by NATO now than before

    It is Henrik Landerholm who has been appointed as the country’s first national security adviser. The national security adviser must deal with issues related to crisis management both civilian and military. He will sit on the cabinet committee, that is, close to the prime minister. – We have to organize ourselves to make sure that […]