Good Wednesday afternoon, everyone, In recent days there has been a lot of talk about the situation at our borders. Therefore, let me begin by saying that Norway has some of the strictest rules regarding entry and testing in Europe. This has been
By Minister of Justice and Public Security Monica Mæland Press conference about the coronavirus situation, January 13 2021
Good afternoon everybody, As you all know, we have experienced increased rates of infection during the autumn, and for this reason we have been focused on limiting arrivals at Norway’s border and enforcing stricter controls on those who do enter the
By Minister of Justice and Public Security Monica Mæland Press conference about the coronavirus situation, 15. December 2020.
Good afternoon everyone, This autumn, we have faced a second wave of infection. This means that we have been forced to once again close many of the services that we were able to re-open during the summer as we sought to ensure we did not lose
By Minister of Justice and Public Security Monica Mæland on the press conference about the Corona virus situation, 9. December 2020.
One hundred years ago, on 9 February 1920 and in the wake of the First World War, Norway and eight other countries signed the Svalbard Treaty in Paris. The Treaty entered into force in 1925, and Svalbard became part of the Kingdom of Norway.
By Minister of Foreign Affairs Ine Eriksen Søreide , Minister of Justice and Public Security Monica Mæland article in VG, 9 February