Mark Rutte, the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, had a call with Ulf Kristersson, the Prime Minister of Sweden, to discuss issues such as migration and the European economy.
The conversation took place as Sweden prepared to take on the six-month presidency of the Council of the European Union.
During the call, the leaders talked about ways to strengthen the European economy and address the issue of migration.
Their discussion comes ahead of the EUCO meeting next month, which will bring together leaders from across the European Union to discuss important issues facing the region.
Leaders of different countries need to work together on migration and the economy.
The conversation between Mark Rutte and Ulf Kristersson is an example of this cooperation.
The outcomes of their discussion could have significant impacts on the European Union, and it will be interesting to see how these issues are addressed in the future.