On June 3rd and 4th, Tallinn Mayor Mihhail Kõlvart at the meeting of EUROCITIES, the European network of metropolitan cities in Stockholm.
In addition to organizational issues, Martin Lorentzon, a founder member of Spotify, will discuss groundbreaking innovation opportunities in European cities.
There will also be meetings with MEPs from the Swedish Parliament. The topic will be the possible impact of the results of the European Parliament elections at the end of May on European urban policy.
EUROCITIES was founded in 1986 by European Metropolitan Union. Tallinn has been a member of the Union since 1998, and since 2017 the capital of Estonia has been elected to the board of this organization.