Historical archive

Historical archive

Published under: Stoltenberg's 2nd Government

In the historical archive, you can find information from previous governments. Among the documents found here are press releases, news articles and speeches from earlier government periods. The document archive also contains documents which are no longer valid, for instance replaced or expired documents.

Documents which are moved to the archive are not updated, so the information in the archive is mostly of historical value.

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  • Foreword to Report from the Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons

    30/07/2013 Speech/statement Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Espen Barth Eide, wrote this foreword to the Report from the Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons in Oslo 4-5 March 2013.

    By Former Minister of Foreign Affairs Espen Barth Eide

  • Norway applauds Mali for peaceful election process

    30/07/2013 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Norway applauds the people of Mali for the peaceful conduct of the first round of its presidential elections. After a period of conflict there is a great need for stable governance to ensure further development.

  • Condolences to Italy's Minister of Foreign Affairs HE Ms Emma Bonino

    30/07/2013 News story Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    On 30 July Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Espen Barth Eide expressed his condolences to Italy's Minister of Foreign Affairs, HE Ms Emma Bonino after the bus accident in Avellino.

  • Norway condemns the use of violence in Egypt

    27/07/2013 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    “Norway condemns the use of violence in Egypt. The transitional government and the army carry a heavy responsibility to stop a downward spiral of violence,” commented Minister of Foreign Affairs Espen Barth Eide.

  • Prime Minister Stoltenberg conveys his condolences on the train accident in Spain

    25/07/2013 News story Office of the Prime Minister

    Norway's Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg today conveyed his condolences to Spain's Prime Minister on the terrible train accident in Galicia.

  • Joint Statement on South Sudan

    25/07/2013 News story Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The African Union (AU), the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), Canada, Norway, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States have released a joint statement on South Sudan.

  • Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg: Speech at AUF Commemoration

    22/07/2013 Speech/statement Office of the Prime Minister

    Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg's speech at Labour Youth League (AUF) commemoration at Thorbjørnkaia near Utøya, 22 July 2013.

    By Former Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg

  • Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg: Speech at Government Office Complex

    22/07/2013 Speech/statement Office of the Prime Minister

    Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg's speech at 22 July commemoration in the Government Office Complex in Oslo.

    By Former Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg

  • Norway welcomes resumption of negotiations

    21/07/2013 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    “I welcome the news that negotiations between Israel and the PLO may be resumed. A resolution to this conflict is urgently needed,” commented Minister of Foreign Affairs Espen Barth Eide.

  • Norway regrets claims by a UN report linking Norwegian development efforts to commercial interests in Somalia

    19/07/2013 News story Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Norway has for many years provided extensive assistance to Somalia both humanitarian, as well as to support efforts for peace and reconciliation and for reconstruction and development of a country who has suffered so much from hungers and wars. This

  • Resources

    17/07/2013 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Relevant reports For reports regarding commercial investments, click here. Other relevant reports will be published here. Norwegian resources Several Norwegian institutions work with renewable energy

  • Private Sector Consultations

    17/07/2013 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    In recognition of the importance of the commercial sector, the Energy+ Partnership has already launched a series of global private sector consultations with representatives of enterprises of various sizes (both small- to medium-sized enterprises and

  • Norway condemns attack on UN and AU in Sudan

    15/07/2013 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Norway condemns the attack against UN peacekeeping forces in Sudan on 13 July. “The attack must be investigated and those responsible brought to justice,” said Minister of Foreign Affairs Espen Barth Eide.

  • Norway concerned about increase in arrests and other forms of detention in Egypt

    11/07/2013 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    “We are concerned about the increase in arrests and other forms of detention over the last two days. There is reason to believe that some of these are politically motivated. This development is undermining the transitional government’s goal of a

  • Energy+ secretariat

    10/07/2013 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Norway initiated the Energy+ Partnership in 2011, and provides the secretariat for the Energy+ partnership. The Secretariat provides overall guidance and coordination, while technical and analytical work is generally carried out by the Energy+

  • Energy and the post-2015 development agenda

    10/07/2013 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    In 2000, world leaders rallied around the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Eight ambitious goals were to be met by 2015. Thanks to a massive global effort, real progress has been made on these goals which expire in 2015. What happens after 2015?

  • Civil Society

    10/07/2013 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The Energy+ initiative encourages active participation by partners and the involvement of other interested actors in the development of Energy+.

  • Partner countries

    09/07/2013 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Energy+ will make financial support available to developing countries through results-based public-private business models and sector approaches.

  • About Energy+

    09/07/2013 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Norwegian

  • To the editor: Prime Minister’s programme on 22 July

    09/07/2013 Press release Office of the Prime Minister

    Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg will participate at several commemorations two years after the 2011 terrorist attacks against the Government Quarter and Utøya.

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