The purchase price for the deal, which was carried out just when real estate prices were at their highest, comes from the loan framework that the commercial agency has for renovation work for the Lejonet block on Norrmalm in Stockholm, where the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the prime minister’s residence Sagerska palatset are located.
Peter Wallin, director at the State Property Agency, tells Kvartal that the Government Office has not yet provided information on where the prime minister intends to live. However, it is no secret that the luxury villa in Solna is intended for the Prime Minister if required.
– We bought Villa Loviseberg to be prepared for an evacuation chain in connection with the renovation of the Lejonet quarter, where Sagerska is located. We have to be at the forefront, you can’t get a replacement home when it’s time to move, he tells Kvartal.
Kvartal now claims to dispel “rumors in the media” that the villa was intended as a private residence for Prince Daniel. However, the claim does not match how the state works in Sweden.
Since the 1772 form of government, the court is not part of the state and its property is not managed by the Norwegian Property Agency or any other authority. The task is instead handled by the Royal Court States, which is a private organization belonging to the king.
Source: Fria Tider by www.friatider.se.
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