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Birgitta Ohlsson Minister for European Union Affairs Incumbent Assumed office  2 Februari 2010 Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt Preceded by Cecilia Malmström Born 20 July 1975 (1975-07-20) (age 35) Linköping, Östergötland County, Sweden Political party Liberal People's Party Spouse(s) Mark Klamberg Alma mater Stockholm University Eva Birgitta Ohlsson (born 20 July 1975) is a Swedish politician, currently serving as Minister for European Union Affairs in the Swedish government. She is a member of the Liberal People's Party. Contents 1 Early life and education 2 Career 3 Personal life 4 References 5 External links // Early life and education Birgitta Ohlsson was born in Linköping, Östergötland County, Sweden.[1] She received her upper secondary (gymnasium) education at Katedralskolan in Linköping between 1991 and 1994.[1] Between 1994 and 1997 she studied political science, international relations and United Nations studies at Stockholm University.[1] Career Between 1997 and 1999 Ohlsson worked as an editorial writer for several liberal newspapers in Sweden, such as Sundsvalls Tidning, Vestmanlands Läns Tidning, Västerbottens-Kuriren and Dagens Nyheter.[1] Between 1999 and 2002 she was chair of the Liberal Youth of Sweden, the youth wing of the Liberal People's Party.[1] In the 2002 general election Ohlsson was elected a member of the Swedish parliament, representing the Stockholm Municipality constituency.[1] In the parliament she served as a substitute to the Committee on the Labour Market (2002–2006) and the Committee on Foreign Affairs (2002–2004), and as a member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs (2006–2010).[2] In the parliament she was also her party's spokesperson on foreign affairs.[1] She has also held various voluntary assignments, such as chair of the Association of Liberal Students in Stockholm (1996–1998), deputy chair of Young European Federalists in Sweden (1998), member of the board of the Swedish International Liberal Centre (since 2001), chair of the Swedish Republican Association (2002–2005), deputy chair of the Sweden–Israel Friendship Association in Stockholm (2003–2005), member of the national board of the Liberal People's Party (since 2007) and chair of the Federation of Liberal Women (2007–2010).[1] On 2 February 2010 Ohlsson was appointed as new Minister for European Union Affairs in the Swedish government, succeeding Cecilia Malmström.[3] Personal life Birgitta Ohlsson is married to Mark Klamberg, a Ph.D. and lecturer of international law at Stockholm University.[1] References ^ a b c d e f g h i "Birgitta Ohlsson - CV". Government of Sweden. 2 February 2010. Retrieved 5 February 2010.  ^ "Birgitta Ohlsson (fp)". Parliament of Sweden. Retrieved 5 February 2010.  ^ Government of Sweden (2 February 2010). "Birgitta Ohlsson appointed new Minister for EU Affairs". Press release. Retrieved 5 February 2010.  External links Birgitta Ohlsson at the Swedish government's website (English) Birgitta Ohlsson at the Swedish parliament's website (English) Birgitta Ohlsson at the Liberal People's Party's website (Swedish), personal website and blog (Swedish) Political offices Preceded by Cecilia Malmström Minister for European Union Affairs 2010 – present Incumbent Party political offices Preceded by Erik Ullenhag Chair of the Liberal Youth of Sweden 1999 – 2002 Succeeded by Fredrik Malm v • d • e Cabinet of Fredrik Reinfeldt Current ministers Reinfeldt · Adelsohn Liljeroth · Ask · Bildt · Billström · Björklund · Björling · Borg · Carlgren · Carlsson · Erlandsson · Hägglund · Husmark Pehrsson · Krantz · Larsson · Odell · Ohlsson · Olofsson · Sabuni · Tolgfors · Torstensson Former ministers Borelius (2006) · Stegö Chilò (2006) · Odenberg (2006–2007) · Leijonborg (2006–2009) · Malmström (2006–2010) · Littorin (2006-2010) Persondata Name Ohlsson, Birgitta Alternative names Ohlsson, Eva Birgitta (full name) Short description Politician Date of birth 20 July 1975 Place of birth Linköping, Sweden Date of death Place of death