New budget announcement, first Nato talks for Kristersson’s government, All Saints Day and autumn holidays. Here’s what’s happening in Sweden in November.

Sweden’s budget announcement 

Sweden’s new government is due to make its budget announcement on November 8th. 

The new budget will be make it clear for the first time how Sweden’s new government plans to finance its policy for the next year, and which posts it deems most important, allocating the most money to.

First Nato talks for new government 

Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson is set to visit Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on November 8th in Ankara, the AFP newswire has reported, citing a Turkish official. The Swedish government has yet to confirm the information. 

Kristersson and Erdogan spoke on the telephone this week, with Kristersson tweeting that he was ”looking forward” to visiting Ankara soon, and that his government was committed to fulfilling the terms of the trilateral memorandum signed between Turkey, Finland and Sweden. 

Nato Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg is set to visit Erdogan in Ankara on November 4th. 

If all goes well, it’s not impossible that by the end of the month, Sweden will be a member of Nato. 

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