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About Russia's invasion of Ukraine

Here you will find information addressing the concerns of private individuals vis-à-vis the current security situation. There is also advice for public authorities and businesses as well as information about measures taken by MSB.

Taking part in a mission

MSB is always looking for committed and skilled experts for our humanitarian, resilience and peace support operations. If you want to engage yourself in providing support to those affected by a crisis, conflict or a disaster, here is further information on how you can get involved.



11 May 2022
Time 12.32

International training exercise in Finland for scooping aircraft

In order to maintain and develop the ability to operate across borders within the EU, it is important to carry out regular exercises. The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) has therefore participated in a forest fire exercise in Finland from 2 to 5 May with two scooping aircraft, which are part of the rescEU cooperation agreement.
26 April 2022
Time 7.28

MSB visited the Department for Homeland Security

The Director General for MSB, Ms Charlotte Petri Gornitzka, visited Washington D.C. last week to continue to foster the important cooperation Sweden has with the US, through the Agreement on Cooperation in Science and Technology for Homeland Security Matters that was signed over 15 years ago.
14 April 2022
Time 9.00

In response to the Ukraine crisis, Sweden prepares for a RescEU mission to provide emergency shelters

The EU has tasked Sweden, through MSB, to prepare for immediately deploy contingency resources to provide temporary emergency shelters for Ukrainian war refugees. The project has a budget of SEK 200 million and is financed through the EU Civil Protection Mechanism.
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