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 old Svinesund bridge is opening for travellers with a valid COVID-19 certificate

    The Norwegian Government wants to ease the pressure on the Norwegian border with Sweden at Svinesund, and will let travellers with a valid COVID-19 certificate cross the old Svinesund bridge. All of the people in the car are required to hold a valid

  • Transmission quarantine exemption extended from 6 to 12 months

    People who have recovered from COVID-19 in Norway will now be exempt from transmission quarantine for 12 months. The COVID-19 certificate for domestic use will be updated, so that it is green for 12 months after recovery from COVID-19.

  • Global travel advice from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to be extended until 1 October

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is extending its global advice against non-essential travel to all countries with the exception of the EU/EEA countries, Switzerland and the UK. Some exceptions to the advice against non-essential travel will continue

  • Norway to end evacuation operation in Kabul

    ‘This afternoon, Afghanistan was struck by two brutal bomb attacks. Recent developments in Afghanistan have been dramatic, and the situation around the airport is dangerous. There is uncertainty and fear among the population about what will happen

  • Sports policy

    The Ministry of Culture has overall responsibility for the administration of profits generated by Norsk Tipping AS (Norway’s national lottery and gaming provider) for investment in sporting activities.

  • Which countries benefit?

    For the period 2014-2021, €2.8 billion has been set aside under the EEA and Norway Grants. Projects may be implemented until 2024. Funding is channelled through a number of programmes in the 15 beneficiary countries.

  • Media policy

    As set out in Article 100 of the Constitution of Norway, the state has an overarching responsibility in the media sector to promote freedom of speech and democracy by creating “conditions that facilitate open and enlightened public discourse.”

  • Film policy

    Film and other audiovisual productions are key cultural means of communication and artistic forms of expression. The Government is working to facilitate the production of high-quality audiovisual content in Norwegian and Sámi that is available to

  • Cultural policy

    The Ministry of Culture is responsible for the development of national cultural policy through legal and financial instruments.

  • Norway participates in celebration of Ukraine’s independence and launch of Crimean Platform

    State Secretary Audun Halvorsen is visiting Kyiv on 22-26 August to represent Norway at the 30th anniversary of Ukraine’s independence and at the launch of the Crimean Platform. In addition, the State Secretary will have political talks and visit a

  • Country assessment for week 34 (23–29 August): Changes to entry restrictions for several countries and areas

    The Norwegian Government has decided to introduce entry restrictions and quarantine requirements for several areas in the Nordic region, two countries in Europe, and some third countries. This decision is based on an updated assessment of the

  • Information for Norwegian citizens in Afghanistan

    Norway has assisted in the evacuation of over 1 100 people from Kabul over the past few days. The evacuation operation at the Kabul airport has now been concluded. Unfortunately, there are still some people wishing to leave Afghanistan who we were

  • Report from the expert group on climate risk and the Government Pension Fund Global

    An expert group appointed by the Ministry of Finance has assessed the implications of financial climate risk and climate related investment opportunities for an investor like the Government Pension Fund Global (GPFG). The report was presented to the

  • COVID-19 vaccine offered to 16 and 17-year-olds

    Following a recommendation from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, the Norwegian Government has decided to offer a COVID-19 vaccine to 16 and 17-year-olds.

  • Climate risk and the Government Pension Fund Global

    Managing risks associated with climate change and the green transition

    Report from an expert group appointed by the Ministry of Finance. 15 August 2021. English translation of the original report’s executive summary and chapter 7 with recommendations.

  • The financing of the local government sector

    Municipalities and counties are independent, popularly elected administrative levels serving as service providers, community developers, authorities and democratic arenas for the inhabitants. Municipalities have a wide-ranging set of

  • The Advisory Panel on Fiscal Policy Analysis

    The Advisory Panel on Fiscal Policy Analysis (formerly the Ministry of Finance’s Advisory Panel on Macroeconomic Models and Methods) provides professional advice on fiscal sustainability and the Ministry of Finance’s work on macroeconomic issues.

  • Norway to accept COVID certificates from Northern Ireland from 18 August

    Norway will accept the Northern Irish COVID certificate from 18 August at 3 pm, which is when the solution to verify the QR code in the Northern Ireland COVID certificate will be rolled out at the border.

  • The Future of Energy Seminar

    Minister of Petroleum and Energy Tina Bru held this speech about the White Paper 'Energy to Work - Long-term value creatino from Norwegian energy resources' at 'The Future of Energy Seminar' hosted by GCE Node in Arendal on 17th August 2021.

    By Minister of Petroleum and Energy Tina Bru

  • Action plan to combat discrimination and hatred towards Muslims (2020-2023)

    In 2020, the Norwegian government launched the Action plan to combat discrimination and hatred towards Muslims (2020-2023). The aim of the action plan is to prevent and deter racism and discrimination against Muslims and persons believed to be