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Swedish-Irish-German Summit

Published torsdag 31 maj 2007 kl 12.48
Angela Merkel and Fredrik Reinfeldt

Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt is in talks with Germany’s Chancellor Merkel, and Ireland’s Bertie Ahern in Germany today, ahead of a summit of European Union’s leaders in June, when Merkel hopes to restart discussions on a constitutional document for the union.

Germany, which currently holds the rotating presidency of the EU, is unlikely to face resistance from Sweden and Ireland on moves to towards a new EU treaty,.

However, agreement among all 27 member states is still thought to be a long way off.

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