Sweden, U.S. Partner On Development Assistance

Huffington Post: Sweden and America Link Arms on Development Assistance
Mark Brzezinski, U.S. ambassador to Sweden, and Bjorn Lyrvall, Swedish ambassador to the U.S.

“… As we move forward together, U.S. and Swedish development experts will continue to seek innovative partnerships, solicit inventive ideas and solutions, and encourage involvement of the private sector. … Whatever else the future may bring, the United States and Sweden are working toward a brighter, more hopeful, and more prosperous 2030 for the 1.2 billion people living on less than $1.25 a day. We can achieve this, and look forward to collaborating with governments, businesses, groups and individuals that want to join us” (3/8).

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