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Sun, 28 Sep, 2014 12:02:59 AM
FTimes Report, Sept 28
 
Prime Minister Alexander Stubb. File Photo – Str / Lehtikuva.
The prime minister, Alexander Stubb, is scheduled to begin his four-day Europe tour tomorrow (Monday) to hold a series of meetings with European leaders to discuss various issues including Ukraine crisis. 
 
Stubb will meet the German Chancellor Angela Merkel for discussions on the economic situation in Europe, climate and energy issues, and the situation in Ukraine on Monday, according to a government press release issued on Friday. 
 
In Berlin, Prime Minister  will also meet the German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble.
 
At the end of his visit to Berlin, Stubb will speak on the EU's Russia policy at a seminar for invited guests arranged by the Körber Foundation.
 
On Tuesday, prime minister's itinerary continues in Copenhagen where he will meet his colleague, the Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt. The main topic of the prime ministers' meeting is preparation for the European Council at the end of October.
 
In Copenhagen, the prime minister will also give a speech on the challenges of internationalisation at a seminar arranged by Dansk Industri. Other speakers of the event include prime minister Thorning-Schmidt and former Italian prime minister Mario Monti.
 
On Wednesday, Prime Minister will meet the French prime minister, Manuel Valls, in Paris. At the meeting, the prime ministers will discuss economic issues, among other topics. 
 
In addition, Stubb will speak on the challenges of economic growth at an event organised by the employers' organisation MEDEF. On the final day of his trip, Thursday, the prime minister will meet the president of France François Hollande in the Elysée Palace.
 
 
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