The five Nordic Ministers of Foreign Affairs will meet in Reykjavik, Iceland, today, 9 June. During their meeting the ministers will discuss the Stoltenberg report on Nordic foreign and security policy cooperation, commissioned by the ministers from former Norwegian Foreign Minister Stoltenberg. They will also discuss international issues such as the Middle-East, Afghanistan and Pakistan, Sri Lanka and North-Korea, climate change, the international economic and financial crisis and European issues, as Sweden takes over the presidency of the European Union in July.
The five ministers are: Per Stig Møller of Denmark, Alexander Stubb of Finland, Jonas Gahr Støre of Norway, Carl Bildt of Sweden and Ossur Skarphedinsson of Iceland.
(Press release from the Icelandic Ministry for Foreign Affairs)