Ulf Kristersson

Ulf Kristersson
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Sveriges statsminister
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18. oktober 2022
MonarkCarl 16. Gustaf
ForegåendeMagdalena Andersson
Partileder for Moderaterna
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1. oktober 2017
ForegåendeAnna Kinberg Batra
Personlige detaljer
Født29. december 1963 (59 år)
Lunds domkyrkoförsamling, Sverige
Politisk partiModeraterna
ÆgtefælleBirgitta Ed (fra 1991)
Uddannelses­stedS:t Eskils gymnasium
Uppsala Universitet
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Ulf Hjalmar Ed Kristersson (født 29. december 1963) er en svensk politiker, der har været Sveriges statsminister siden oktober 2022 og partileder for Moderaterne siden 2017. Han var været medlem af Rigsdagen for Södermanland Len siden 2014 og forinden fra 1991-2000 for Stockholm Len. Har har tidligere tjent som socialforsikringsminister fra 2010-2014 under Fredrik Reinfeldts regering og som formand for Moderaternes ungdomsparti 1988-1992.

Riksdagsvalget den 11. september 2022 medførte at Sverigedemokraterna, Moderaterna, Kristdemokraterna og Liberalerna fik i alt 176 mandater, hvorimod socialdemokraternes regering under ledelse af Magdalena Andersson med støtte fra Miljöpartiet, Vänsterpartiet og Centerpartiet alene fik 173. Kristersson fik herefter i opdrag at sondere mulighederne for at danne ny regering.[1] Den 14. oktober 2022 blev det offentliggjort, at der mellem Moderaterne, Kristdemokraterna og Liberalerna er indgået en aftale med støtte fra Sverigedemokraterna, hvorefter Ulf Kristersson kunne danne regering med ham som svensk statsminister, en stilling som Kristersson tiltrådte den 18. oktober 2022.

Kristersson er uddannet civiløkonom. Han var medlem af kommunalrådet i Strängnäs Kommune 2002–2006, socialborgarråd i Stockholms stad 2006–2010 og socialforsikringsminister 2010–2014 (i regeringen Reinfeldt).


  1. ^ "Talmannen gir sonderingsoppdrag til Ulf Kristersson • Nordic News". Nordic News (bokmål). 2022-09-26. Hentet 2022-10-13.
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On Tuesday morning, Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson discussed the priorities of the Swedish Council Presidency with MEPs in Strasbourg.

During his address, Mr Kristersson said that his country’s first priority at the helm of the Council would be Europe’s security by continuing to support war-torn Ukraine and highlighting the EU’s geopolitical significance in an increasingly uncertain world. However, he also stressed that “when we build security, we must also look at other aspects that are close to our citizens”, pointing out that the EU needs to cooperate more effectively against organised crime and work towards a common and coherent migration policy.

He went on to talk about the EU’s crucial role in the green transition, its links to Europe’s long-term competitiveness and that many companies want to take advantage of the shift from a fossil-dependent to a fossil-free economy. The job of politicians should be to provide the right framework, he said.

“If European companies are to produce the energy, and make the batteries, the electric cars and the fossil-free steel of the future, they need good conditions to compete”, he underlined.

Lastly, Prime Minister Kristersson highlighted that another Swedish priority will be to uphold the EU’s common, fundamental values.

“It is not corruption and cronyism that Ukraine, Moldova and other candidate countries are aspiring towards. (...) Liberal democracy - the combination of popular sovereignty and individual rights - is what separates the EU from other international institutions”, said the Swedish Prime Minister.

Commission Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič highlighted that the EU must maintain its unity and determination to support Ukraine and that those in Russia responsible for the aggression and crimes in Ukraine must be held accountable.

The green transition will also be a key area, he highlighted; in 2022, the EU got twice as much energy from renewables than expected, and it should seek to double the amount again in 2023. Europe should boost its competitiveness, reinvigorate EU investments under Repower EU and support its clean tech industry - especially at a time when countries like the USA and China are using subsidies that harm European competitiveness. He also welcomed the Swedish Presidency’s focus on migration, reiterating the need for a robust asylum and migration system.

Speakers on behalf of political groups EP political groups’ leaders agreed on most of the priority areas the Presidency should focus on, like innovation, job opportunities, migration, climate change and the Single Market, while putting forward different proposals on how to achieve results in these areas. Some groups stressed the need to counteract the recent US industry subsidies by boosting EU competitiveness also through trade agreements. Others focused more on building a strong social Europe to protect vulnerable families and ensure the integrity of the single market as well as protecting the EU’s borders and rescuing migrants at sea.

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