Sweden keeping a close eye on what’s happening in Russia

People visit Moscow’s Zaryadye Park, a short distance from the Kremlin, on June 25, 2023. (Natalia Kolesnikova/AFP via Getty Images)
  • Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson has met with Sweden’s new security council following the weekend’s events in Russia.
  • In a written comment, Kristersson says the situation is an internal Russian matter, but that Sweden is following developments carefully.
  • Foreign Minister Tobias Billström has been in contact with the defence alliance NATO.
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