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Sweden wants to be constructive on Brexit, awaits news from London

Reuters Tuesday, 19 March 2019
The European Union needs to hear from Britain on what it wants on Brexit before being able to decide its next steps, Swedish European Affairs Minister Hans Dahlgren said on Tuesday.
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