NATO Summit in Warsaw on 8-9 July:
The new security policy situation in Europe is at the top of the agenda for NATO’s Summit in Warsaw on 8-9 July. ‘My most important message at the Summit is the need for strong unity within the Alliance. NATO is the cornerstone of Norway’s security policy and a guarantor of our security,’ Prime Minister Erna Solberg said.
Erna Solberg (Conservative Party)
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Siv Jensen (Progress Party)
Minister of Finance
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Jan Tore Sanner (Conservative Party)
Minister of Local Government and Modernisation is responsible for housing policy, the Planning and Building Act, local government finances and local administration, ICT Policy and Public Sector Reform, rural and regional policy, the conduct of elections, government employer policy, Sami and minority affairs and national mapping and geodata policy.
Ketil Solvik-Olsen (Progress Party)
Minister of Transport and Communications
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Børge Brende (Conservative Party)
Minister of Foreign Affairs
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Elisabeth Aspakers calendar (Conservative Party)
Minister of EEA and EU Affairs
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Monica Mæland (Conservative Party)
Minister of Trade and Industry
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Vidar Helgesen (Conservative Party)
Minister of Climate and Environment
Solveig Horne (Progress Party)
Minister of Children and Equality
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Bent Høie (Conservative Party)
Minister of Health and Care Services
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Anders Anundsen (Progress Party)
Minister of Justice and Public Security
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Tord Lien (Progress Party)
Minister of Petroleum and Energy
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Ine Eriksen Søreide (Conservative Party)
Minister of Defence
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Sylvi Listhaug (Progress Party)
Minister of Immigration and Integration
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Torbjørn Røe Isaksen (Conservative Party)
Minister of Education and Research
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Per Sandberg (Progress Party)
Minister of Fisheries
Anniken Hauglie (Conservative Party)
Minister of Labour and Social Affairs
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The Minister of Culture
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Jon Georg Dale (Progress Party)
Minister of Agriculture and Food
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