Plans and strategies

This is a list of selected plans and strategies from The Office of the Prime Minister and the Ministries. 

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  • The Professional Qualifications Act

    The purpose of this Act is to allow professionals who are nationals of an EEA State or Switzerland to exercise their profession in Norway under the same conditions as professionals who obtained their professional qualifications in Norway, in

    Read act at lovdata.no

  • Launch of strategy to combat harmful practices

    The Government launched its new strategy to combat harmful practices on the UN’s International Day of the Girl Child.

  • Statement by Minister of Foreign Affairs on the situation in northeastern Syria

    Norway is deeply concerned about Turkey’s unilateral military operation in northeastern Syria. We call on Turkey to cease this operation immediately and to respect international law. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs conveyed these views to the

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    Prime Minister congratulates Abiy Ahmed on Nobel Peace Prize

    ‘The Norwegian Nobel Committee today announced that it has awarded the Peace Prize for 2019 to Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali. On behalf of the Norwegian Government, I would like to congratulate Prime Minister Abiy,’ said Prime Minister

  • Temporary regulations to ensure continued right of residence for British citizens in Norway

    The Ministry of Justice and Public Security has adopted a temporary regulation ensuring the right of continued residence for British citizens living in Norway and their family members.

  • Seminar: Hard law/Soft law – where next for business and human rights?

    Diskusjoner om «hard law / soft law» med hensyn til næringsliv og menneskerettigheter er svært aktuelt både internasjonalt og i Norge, eksempelvis relatert til lovgivning på moderne slaveri, informasjonsplikt for næringslivet, samt sivilsamfunnets

  • Norway to provide bridging loan to Somalia

    The Government has proposed that Norway should provide a short-term bridging loan of NOK 3.135 billion to Somalia in 2020 to clear Somalia’s debt arrears to the World Bank’s International Development Association. Technically, this is a loan to

  • ESRB warns of housing market vulnerabilities in Norway

    The European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB) has issued a warning on medium-term residential real estate sector vulnerabilities in Norway. The ESRB said that these vulnerabilities may be a source of systemic risk to financial stability.

  • Agreement on Climate Change, Trade and Sustainability (ACCTS)

    Norway, together with New Zealand, Costa Rica, Fiji and Iceland, has agreed to start negotiations on an ambitious, binding agreement on climate change, trade and sustainability.

  • Statement at the Nordic-African Business Association Summit

    Minister of Foreign Affairs Ine Eriksen Søreide held the opening statement at the Nordic-African Business Association Summit (Naba-Summit) in Oslo 8 October 2019.

    By Minister of Foreign Affairs Ine Eriksen Søreide Naba-Summit, Oslo 8 October 2019

  • Market Value

    The market value of the GPFG equalled 9,160 billion Norwegian kroner at the end of the first half of 2019. Investments in equities, fixed-income and unlisted real estate corresponded to 6,350 billion, about 2,560 billion and 250 billion kroner,

  • Scenarioene for offentlig sektor 2040 blir levende

    Som en del av meldingsarbeidet har Kommunal- og moderniseringsdepartementet (KMD) tatt i bruk strategisk framsyn og scenariometodikk. Resultatet er fire scenarioer som går langs de to aksene tillit i samfunnet og endring i offentlig sektor, og viser

  • Kræsjkurs i ansvarlig næringsliv

    Frode Elgesem, leder av Kontaktpunktet (bildet), vil holde innledning på kurset, i tillegg til Roar Haugland, Executive Vice President i Scatec Solar. Kurset Ansvarlighet i møte med mennesker, samfunn og miljø vil gi kunnskap om internasjonale

  • The Norwegian Government’s action plan for green shipping

    Norway’s maritime industry is a world leader in the development of low- and zero-emission solutions, and there are competitive companies in all segments of the industry.

  • Fund Performance

    The GPFN generated a nominal rate of return of 6.6 percent in the first half of 2019, as measured in Norwegian kroner and before the deduction of asset management costs. The equity and fixed-income portfolios produced an aggregate return of 9.0

  • Market Value

    The market value of the GPFN was 254.8 billion Norwegian kroner at the end of the first half of 2019. This represents an increase of about 2.5 billion kroner since the beginning of 2019. 60.3 percent of the Fund capital was invested in equities,

  • Fund Performance

    Over the last 20 years, the average annual nominal return on the GPFG has been 5.6 percent as measured in the currency basket of the Fund. The nominal return net of asset management costs and inflation (net real return) is in the said period

  • Market Value

    Aggregate market value of the Government Pension Fund was 9,414 billion Norwegian kroner at the end of the first half of 2019. The GPFG accounted for about 97 percent of total assets.

  • Midlene som er holdt tilbake, blir ikke borte

    Da midlene til Stiftelsen romanifolkets/taternes kulturfond ble holdt tilbake i 2015, ble de årlige beløpene satt av til den kollektive oppreisningen samlet opp i departementet. Noen av midlene ble gitt i tilskudd over en midlertidig

  • Proposal for Defence Budget 2020: The Norwegian Government increase the defence budget by more than 2 billion Norwegian kroner

    - The security situation has deteriorated. That is why this Government has increased its defence budgets every single year since we took office, and we will continue to strengthen the defence in the years to come, says Minister of Defence Frank

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