News

On this page you can find press releases and news articles from the Office of the Prime Minister and the Ministries.

Terrorist attack in Jerusalem

‘I condemn today’s terrorist attack on a synagogue in Jerusalem in the strongest possible terms,’ said Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brende.


Standing together for stability in Northern Europe

The security situation in Europe featured prominently when defence ministers and other representatives from twelve countries met in Oslo 12 – 13 Nov., 2014.


Forestry is bioeconomy

- Managing natural resources, particularly forests - and particularly in Europe, will be important for the development of the economy, employment, energy security and the environment, said Sylvi Listhaug, The Norwegian minister of Agriculture and Food in her presentation at a seminar hosted by the European Forest Institute (EFI) at the European Parliament.


Norway’s international image ‘strong and stable’

The 2014 results of the international image and reputation survey the Anholt-GfK Nation Brands Index were released today. Norway is ranked 13th of 50 countries that have global influence.


Norwegian Minister of Agriculture and Food Sylvi Listhaug in Brussels

Thursday November 13th the Norwegian Minister of Agriculture and Food will give a presentation on 'Forests And Bioeconomy' - future steps' at a seminar hosted by the European Forest Institute (EFI) at the European Parliament.


High-level Symposium in Oslo on Women’s Rights in Afghanistan

On 23 November, Norway will host the Oslo Symposium on Advancing Women’s Rights and Empowerment in Afghanistan.


Joint Statement on Peace Negotiations in Sudan

The members of the Troika (the United States, the United Kingdom, and Norway) welcome the convening of negotiations between the Government of Sudan and both the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North and the Darfur elements of the Sudan Revolutionary Front.


The Arctic: From opportunities to jobs

‘We are now embarking on the next phase of our efforts in the Arctic. We will pursue an active policy to translate knowledge and resources into jobs and value creation,’ said Prime Minister Erna Solberg.


The Arctic: From opportunities to jobs

The Government has proposed a total allocation of nearly NOK 3 billion for High North activities in 2015, an increase of well over NOK 0.5 billion from 2014.


Norway concerned about developments in Jerusalem

‘I am deeply concerned about developments in Jerusalem,’ said Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brende.