"We haven't called her or told her to stop or back down. We want her to continue being herself," she said. "It's our choice not to censor anyone because we want to keep it real."
"We want to show the diverse and multifaceted country that we are," Ziv said.
@Sweden aims to "create interest and arouse curiosity for Sweden and the wide range the country has to offer," the project says online. It started on December 10 and has had 24 curators so far, Ziv said.
The account had about 44,000 followers as of Wednesday afternoon and was adding about 1,000 new followers an hour.
Abrahamsson did not immediately respond to a tweet from CNN.