Bilde av en grå og rød passasjervogn som er donert til Ukraina

Four trains are ready for Ukraine

Press release 24/02/2024

Two years have passed since Russia’s full scale invation of Ukraine. As a part of Norway’s contribution to keep the economy and life in Ukraine going, four trains that Ukraine has requested, are ready to be transported to the war-stricken country. These are the first passenger trains that are donated to Ukraine through the EU Civil Protection Mechanism.

Minister of Foreign Affairs Espen Barth Eide and Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre at a press conference.

Norway assists in scheme for crucial financial transfers from Israel to Palestine

Press release 18/02/2024

Norway is facilitating an arrangement that will enable the Palestinian Authority to receive clearance revenues that Israel collects on its behalf. In the wake of the terrorist attack by Hamas on 7 October, the situation between the parties has been deadlocked. The temporary scheme will play a crucial role in preventing the Palestinian Authority from collapsing financially.

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Justis- og beredskapsminister Emilie Enger Mehl og arbeids- og inkluderingsminister Tonje Brenna står foran en blåvegg på scenen i Marmorhallen.

New measures to ensure continued control of immigration

Press release 30/01/2024

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is continuing with full force. More than half of the Ukrainian refugees who arrive in the Nordic countries seek protection in Norway. Norway will continue to provide support for Ukrainians, but is imposing more restrictions to bring the level of arrivals closer to that of the Nordic countries.

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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