Ministry of Justice and Public Security
Published under: Stoltenberg's 2nd Government
2016-06-22: The Norwegian parliament (The Storting) has adopted a number of legislative amendments to ensure a more sustainable asylum policy and strengthen border control. These were approved by the King in Council today. The Ministry is now considering the need for transitional rules and regulations for the period until the amendments come into force.
2016-06-10: The Minister of Justice and Public Security has decided that border controls at the internal Schengen borders will continue until 11 November 2016. This follows the adoption of an implementing decision by the European Council on 12 May, allowing Norway and four other Schengen states to maintain temporary internal border controls.
2016-05-11: By strengthening research, tourism and the general businesses the government will develop Svalbard further. This is revealed in the White Paper regarding Svalbard presented by the government today.
About the ministry
The Norwegian Government's action plan to combat radicalisation and violent extremism.
The white paper "From reception centre to the labour market – an effective integration policy" was presented to the Norwegian parliament in May 2016.
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Phone: +47 22 24 90 90
Address: , Postboks 8005 Dep 0030 Oslo
Visitor address: Gullhaug Torg 4A,