Besides the US, The United Kingdom, France, Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, Mexico, Canada, and many other countries are representative democracies.
Norway IS part of the UN. and Norway has very good relations with most countries, and good trading relations with the UK, Germany, The Netherlands, France, Sweden and the USA.
Germany, Sweden, Norway
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Sweden, Germany, Belgium.
The neighboring countries to Sweden are Norway and Finland by land, and the Russian Federation, the Baltic countries, Poland, Germany and Denmark by water.
There were some countries that were neutral during World War 2 that invaded Germany. These countries included the United States and Sweden.
Ehm... Germany, Sweden and Norway.
norway, sweden, Poland, The Netherlands, Germany
All except Spain, Portugal, and Sweden.
France, Spain, Sweden, Germany and Finland.
Norway exports to the UK, Sweden, Germany, the Netherlands, France, Denmark, the United States, and other countries. The also import from those countries. Norway exports oil to pretty much the whole "non opec" world.
Because, they promised that they would get in hitlers way and that hitler knew if sweden and switzerland could other a little sheild for germany when they are advancing to other countries to invade. Switzerland and Sweden did promise that they would lend germany some resources if germany didnt invade the 2 countries.
Sweden, Germany, and Norway are all relatively close to Denmark.
Germany , Norway , Sweden and Portugal
All countries in europe apart from england, ireland, spain, portugal, sweden, Finland
Sweden remained neutral, but a supporter of Germany during WW2. Sweden was not attacked or occupied by Germany.
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There are nine - Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Germany, Poland, Russia, Sweden, Denmark and Sweden
There are originally two countries that borders to Sweden. It is Finland to the east and Norway to the west. In the 20th century, however, a bridge was constructed which connects the mainland of Sweden to Denmark giving rise to another bordering country to the south-west. These are the countries that are somehow physically connected with Sweden. Except these, we have the balticum countries (Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia) as well as Russia to the east (below Finland) as well as Germany (straight south) that surrounds Sweden. Poland is to the immediate right of Germany, but is usually not counted as a bordering country.
Sweden is a country. There are no other countries in Sweden.
Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Poland, Germany and Denmark
Germany. Sweden lies next to Denmark as well, but it does not border Denmark
sweden is bigger than germany