Nato-logo på blå bakgrunn med dato for utenriksministermøtet i Oslo

Meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Oslo

Norway is hosting an informal meeting of NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs to take place in Oslo on 31 May–1 June 2023. The meeting will provide an opportunity to discuss the current grave security situation, including Russia’s war against Ukraine. The meeting will be held at Oslo City Hall and will be chaired by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. NATO’s 31 foreign ministers are expected to attend. Sweden’s foreign minister will also take part.

Trygve Slagsvold Vedum

A responsible budget that provides security for people throughout Norway

Press release 11/05/2023

In the revised budget, the government will prioritise crucial public services such as healthcare, the police and refugees. Providers of public services and benefit recipients will receive compensation for wage growth and inflation. The government will also increase support for Ukraine through the Nansen Support Programme for Ukraine.

Statsminister Jonas Gahr Støre og Ukrainas president Volodomyr Zelenskyj sitter i hver sin stol.

Norway to provide NOK 4.5 billion (EUR 378 million) to Ukraine

Press release 03/05/2023

Norway has allocated NOK 2.8 billion (EUR 235 million) in support for life-saving humanitarian aid for the people of Ukraine. Now Norway is setting aside an additional NOK 1.7 billion (EUR 143 million) in civilian support for the Ukrainian government administration. The funds will be used to repair and maintain civilian infrastructure to provide Ukrainians with access to electricity and water, among other things.

Grått kartutsnitt av Europa med Ukraina framhevet i blått.

Attack on Ukraine

Russia invaded Ukraine on 24th February 2022. On this page you will find content about the war in Ukraine and its consequences for Norway.

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