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  • Protection against sexual and gender-based violence

    20/11/2019 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Norway is stepping up its efforts to combat sexual and gender-based violence in humanitarian crises.

  • The Norwegian Ministry of Defence programme for financing research on security and defence policy

    20/11/2019 Article Ministry of Defence

    Support is given to research on topics that are relevant for the MoD and the Norwegian Armed Forces.

  • UN consensus on strengthening protection of human rights defenders

    19/11/2019 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    A Norwegian-led resolution on human rights defenders has been adopted by consensus in the UN Human Rights Committee. ‘At a time when human rights are coming under severe pressure, it is important that a united UN calls for strengthened protection of

  • Statement by Foreign Minister Ine Eriksen Søreide on the situation in Hong Kong

    19/11/2019 News story Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    'I am deeply concerned about the situation in Hong Kong and urge the parties to work together to reduce tensions. It is essential that fundamental freedoms are respected and exercised peacefully. Dialogue is the only way forward', says the minister.

  • The oceans could hold the key to future food security

    19/11/2019 Press release Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries, Office of the Prime Minister

    With better ocean management, it could be possible to harvest and produce more than six times more food from the world’s oceans that we do today, according to a new report.

  • National statement on the EEA Agreement debate

    19/11/2019 Speech/statement Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Foreign Minister Ine Eriksen Søreide's statement at the 52nd meeting of the European Economic Area (EEA) Council in Brussels - on the EEA Agreement debate.

    By Minister of Foreign Affairs Ine Eriksen Søreide Brussel, 19. november

  • Foreign Minister Ine Eriksen Søreide's comments on Israeli settlements

    19/11/2019 News story Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Norway’s position on the Israeli settlements stands firm and has its basis in a number of UN Security Council resolutions and advisory opinions from the International Court of Justice in The Hague.

  • Statement at the EEA Council meeting

    19/11/2019 Speech/statement Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Minister of Foreign Affairs Ine Eriksen Søreide's statement at the 52nd meeting of the European Economic Area (EEA) Council in Brussels 19 November.

    By Minister of Foreign Affairs Ine Eriksen Søreide Brussels, 19 November

  • Feed resources

    19/11/2019 Article Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    Salmon is the farmed animal that utilises feed most effectively. Today, 1.15 kg feed is used to produce 1 kg of salmon. Though the content of marine omega-3 in farmed salmon has decreased due to the increased use of vegetable raw materials in the

  • Escaped fish

    19/11/2019 Article Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    The number of escaped salmon and escape incidents varies from year to year, however the trend is that both numbers are declining. To prevent escaped incidents the most important measures are to impose strict requirements to the design of the fish

  • Arena's 25th anniversary

    18/11/2019 Speech/statement Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Minister of Foreign Affairs Ine Eriksen Søreide's statement at the Arena Centre for European Studies' 25th anniversary.

    By Minister of Foreign Affairs Ine Eriksen Søreide Oslo, 18 November

  • Tyres and snow chains

    18/11/2019 Article Ministry of Transport

    As the driver, you are responsible for ensuring that the vehicle has sufficient road grip.

  • Foreign Minister on Sri Lanka elections

    18/11/2019 News story Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    'Congratulations to the people of Sri Lanka on a democratic presidential election and to Gotabaya Rajapakse on being sworn in as president today. Looking forward to continuing our partnership on economic development, democracy and reconciliation',

  • Recreational fisheries

    18/11/2019 Article Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    Recreational fisheries is an important part of norwegian coastal culture. This is mirrored in a liberal set of rules applying to norwegian recreational fishermen.

  • Integration through knowledge

    18/11/2019 Report Ministry of Education and Research

    One of the Norwegian Government’s main projects is to intensify efforts to promote integration. The aim is to increase immigrants’ participation in working life and in society in general. Those who are going to start a new life in Norway must be a

  • Effluents from fish farms

    18/11/2019 Article Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    All fish farming facilities have effluent permits as regards nutrients and organic material from the environmental authorities that in practise limit the number of fish they can keep in the cages. Samples from the seabed are taken regularly below

  • Fish health/salmon lice

    18/11/2019 Article Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    All salmon farmed in the sea are vaccinated against a number of diseases, primarily bacterial diseases. Consequently, the use of antibiotics in Norwegian aquaculture industry is extremely low.

  • The Foreign Ministers statement regarding the handover of Frode Berg

    15/11/2019 Speech/statement Office of the Prime Minister

    Foreign Minister Ine Eriksen Søreides statement regarding the handover of Frode Berg, 15th of november 2019.

  • The Prime Ministers statement regarding the handover of Frode Berg

    15/11/2019 Speech/statement Office of the Prime Minister

    Prime Minister Erna Solbergs statement regarding the handover of Frode Berg, 15th of november 2019.

  • Frode Berg handed over to Norwegian authorities

    15/11/2019 Press release Office of the Prime Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Frode Berg was handed over to the Norwegian authorities in Lithuania at 11:00 today (Norwegian time). Mr Berg will return home to Norway and will be reunited with his family.

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