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EU crisis

Sweden wants to be involved in Eurozone plans

Published onsdag 26 oktober 2011 kl 16.45
"They want a voice"
(4:31 min)

Tonight Brussels sees an important EU meeting. With Greece looking unable to pay its debts, and Italy possibly also being pulled down, EU leaders are meeting to see what sort of measures they can put together. Sweden's prime minister Fredrick Reindeldt is also there tonight, and reporting on the meeting for Swedish Television News is Malin Syrstadt. She says that while Sweden is there, it's really other countries that are going to be deciding things tonight.

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