Sweden’s premier hopes to wrap up Fit for 55 files during EU Council presidency

Sweden has made furthering Europe’s ecological and energy transition one of four main pillars of its six-month EU Council presidency, which begins on 1 January when it takes the reins from Czechia in a phase of European policymaking overshadowed and to a large extent moulded by the geopolitical and energy market fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

by Robert Hodgson

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