Address given by Carl Bildt on Sweden’s European policy (Bonn, 13 November 1991)

On 13 November 1991, Carl Bildt, Swedish Prime Minister, outlines the reasons why Sweden had previously opted to remain outside the European Communities. He goes on to explain why, given the new geopolitical order in Europe, these reasons are no longer valid in the early 1990s, and he defends the country’s decision to apply for accession to the Communities.

Source and copyright

Source: Documents on Swedish Foreign Policy 1991. Volume I: C. 41. Stockholm: Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, 1992.

Copyright: (c) Ministry for Foreign Affairs

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