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Swedish PM in Germany

Published måndag 15 januari 2007 kl 12.07
Angela Merkel and Fredrik Reinfeldt

Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt is in Germany for talks with Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Germany has just taken over the rotating presidency of the European Union. The discussions have included the planned gas pipeline being built between Russia and Germany, through the Swedish economic zone in the Baltic Sea.

On Saturday the Swedish Prime Minister spoke at a meeting of the executive board of Markel’s Christian Democrat party. Reinfeldt told the newspaper “Svenska Dagbladet” that his hosts were interested in how the center-right won Sweden’s recent elections.

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