Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden recently attended a secret crisis meeting, highlighting her serious approach to her royal duties.
Known for her meticulous work ethic, as acknowledged by her father, King Carl Gustaf, Victoria is preparing to someday become a worthy queen of Sweden. Her social skills, which even the King admits surpass his own, allow her to connect effortlessly with both familiar and unfamiliar faces.
This particular meeting, not listed in the official royal calendar, was held at SVT (Swedish Television) and focused on media usage during crises and wars.
The seminar, titled "Information Warfare and Media Usage in Crisis and War," discussed how SVT could continue to reach the population with news and programs even in difficult crises. Participants included Patrik Fältström, Head of Security at Netnod, Hanna Stjärne, CEO of SVT, and Elin Jönsson, SVT's Ukraine correspondent.
The seminar began with insights from Elin Jönsson on how Ukrainians stay informed, largely thanks to a robust mobile network and community support, such as shared charging stations.
A voluntary tax in Ukraine, used to restore infrastructure and buildings after bombings, helps maintain a sense of normalcy amidst the war.