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 The document archive also contains documents which are no longer valid, for instance replaced or expired documents.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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  • Grant scheme rules: Project cooperation in ODA-approved OSCE countries in Eurasia

    02/02/2015 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Guidelines for grants for projects in ODA-approved OSCE countries in Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Belorussia, Armenia, Azerbajdsjan, Kazakhstan, Kirgizstan, Tadzhikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan (Eurasia) (budget chapter 164.73). The Legal and

  • Transport and Communications - Connecting Norway

    08/12/2014 Sound and image Ministry of Transport and Communications

  • Think Forest seminar: Forests and the bioeconomy: future steps

    13/11/2014 Speech/statement Ministry of Agriculture and Food

    Ladies and Gentlemen, Thank you for inviting me to this event here in the European Parliament. We are addressing the role of the forest sector in the bioeconomy. I would rather put it this way – forestry is bioeconomy. Managing natural resources,

    By Minister of Agriculture and Food Sylvi Listhaug

  • Framework document for sustainable energy in Nepal signed

    13/10/2014 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Talking Points for the Energy+ Framework Document Signing 24 September 2014 Joint Secretary Mr Marasini, my colleague the Danish Ambassador Ms Kirsten Geelan, Mr. Kenichi Yokoyama from ADB and Ms. Shoko Noda from UNDP,

  • Promoting New Actors and Innovative Approaches in the Field of Peacebuilding

    13/10/2014 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs are joining efforts to promote new actors as well as innovative approaches in the field of peacebuilding. This joint Public-Private Partnership on Peacebuilding (Px4

  • Bhutan

    10/10/2014 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Bhutan MDG country progress snapshot Norway’s assistance to Bhutan’s energy sector dates back more than 20 years, and has mainly consisted of support for the hydropower sector. In 2012, Norway and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) entered into a

  • Ethiopia

    10/10/2014 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Manual agricultural work in Tigrai, Ethiopia. Photo: Trond Viken, MFA

  • Kenya

    10/10/2014 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    MDG country progress snapshot In 2008, Kenya launched a development strategy called Kenya Vision 2030, covering the period 2008 to 2030. Its objective is to help transform Kenya into a middle-income country by 2030. The Kenya Vision 2030 strategy

  • Liberia

    10/10/2014 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    In Liberia’s capital, Monrovia, only 7 % of the population has access to electricity. In rural areas approximately 1 % of the population has access to energy, but

  • Energy+ and other international processes

    29/09/2014 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Energy is crucial for creating development, and renewable energy is an important way of increasing energy access without increasing greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Oslo, September 22, 2014: Opening speech at the seminar "Management of the Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global"

    22/09/2014 Speech/statement Ministry of Finance

    Check against delivery Opening Speech from State Secretary Paal Bjørnestad It’s a great pleasure to welcome you to the Ministry of Finance, Professor Ang, to present your report on the Government Pension Fund Global. I am also happy that so

    By State Secretary Paal Bjørnestad

  • Questions and answers

    22/08/2014 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    1. What is the International Energy and Climate Initiative – Energy+? 2. Why Energy+? 3. What does the plus mean? 4. Who initiated Energy+? 5. What is the status of the Energy+ Partnership? 6. What are the Energy+ Guiding Principles? 7. Poor

  • Background

    21/08/2014 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The international energy and climate initiative Energy+ will use public funds to mobilise and provide incentives for commercial investments in renewable energy and energy efficiency in developing countries, in order to increase access to energy

  • Registry

    20/08/2014 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    A national energy registry will ensure transparent verification and communication of results through a system for measuring, reporting and verification (MRV). A national energy registry can provide information on projects, tenders and investment

  • "Steady as she goes"

    19/08/2014 Article Ministry of Trade and Industry

    In the "Soria Moria declaration", the government determined that it should develop national strategies for industrial areas where Norway has special skills or advantages. The maritime sector was identified as one such area.

  • Private Sector Engagement

    19/08/2014 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The funds provided through official development assistance (ODA) are not sufficient for ensuring universal energy access.

  • List of partners

    19/08/2014 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Developing countries: Kenya, Bhutan, Liberia, Ethiopia, Maldives, Senegal, Morocco, Tanzania, Nepal, Mali, Grenada, Mozambique Developed countries: United Kingdom, France, Denmark, Switzerland, Netherlands, the Republic of Korea, Iceland, Norway

  • Indicators

    19/08/2014 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Measuring, reporting and verification (MRV) systems will be developed at sectoral level, and will provide data on results achieved in terms of increased access to sustainable energy services and reduced greenhouse gas emissions. Indicators are

  • Energy+ approach

    19/08/2014 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Energy+ will support efforts to achieve universal access to sustainable energy services and to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases in developing countries. Energy+ will do that by scaling up the use of renewable energy (RE) and improved energy

  • BBC misreports on ending of Norwegian internet voting pilots

    27/06/2014 Article Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation

    Friday, 27.06.2014, The BBC misreports on ending of Norwegian Internet voting pilots. The Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation has prepared a response to correct the misreported facts and statements.

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