Stefan Lofven
age: 62 years
Party of European Socialists
Sweden
Prime Minister of Sweden
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Nationality: SE
3/30
Party: PES
39/255
Gender: M
120/746
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Sweden Expresses Dismay Over Grants In EU Recovery Plan

Wednesday, May 27, 2020 06:51:00 PM

Sweden's Prime Minister Stefan Lofven expressed disappointment Wednesday over the high level of grants proposed in the European Union's 750-billion-euro post-virus recovery fund. The proposed package consists of 500 million euros in grants and 250 million euros in loans to help the continent after....
Sweden extends border closure for 30 days

Thursday, May 14, 2020 09:31:00 PM

Sweden will extend a foreign travel ban for non-EU residents into the country for a further 30 days as part of measures to stem the coronavirus outbreak, Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says. The extension would run until June 15, he said after a cabinet meeting.
Sweden extends border closure for 30 days

Thursday, May 14, 2020 08:42:00 PM

Sweden will extend a foreign travel ban for non-EU residents into the country for a further 30 days as part of measures to stem the coronavirus outbreak, Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says. The extension would run until June 15, he said after a cabinet meeting.
Sweden extends border closure for 30 days

Thursday, May 14, 2020 08:37:00 PM

Sweden will extend a foreign travel ban for non-EU residents into the country for a further 30 days as part of measures to stem the coronavirus outbreak, Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says. The extension would run until June 15, he said after a cabinet meeting.
Sweden extends border closure for 30 days

Thursday, May 14, 2020 07:44:00 PM

Sweden will extend a foreign travel ban for non-EU residents into the country for a further 30 days as part of measures to stem the coronavirus outbreak, Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says. The extension would run until June 15, he said after a cabinet meeting.
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