Swedish PM Fredrik Reinfeldt spoke last at Almedalen

Greens and Moderates Finish Almedalen

Almedalen week drew to a close over the weekend with the Greens and the Moderates the two final parties given their chance to hold speeches and bask in the media spotlight.

On Friday, Green Party leader Peter Eriksson unsurprisingly called for action to save the environment, while on Saturday Moderate leader and Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt concentrated on international issues, such as the EU Presidency, the Copenhagen climate change conference as well as fighting the recession.

Radio Sweden's Jasna Carlén was there.

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