Collage av mennesker som arbeider i regjeringskvartalet



Sound economic governance

12/05/2022: The Norwegian economy is unusually strong and employment is at a record low. At the same time, however, Omicron, high electricity prices and war in Europe have necessitated unforeseen financial allocations. In the Revised Budget, the government has therefore taken active steps to compensate for increased expenditure.

Prime Minister Støre and Prime Minister Johnson

Prime Ministers Johnson and Støre discussed the war in Ukraine and the green transition

13/05/2022: Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre met with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Downing Street on Friday. This was the first bilateral meeting between the two prime ministers. They signed a joint declaration on strategic cooperation between Norway and the UK.

Cory tug and barge on the river Thames.

CCS cooperation with UK waste disposal industry

13/05/2022: CO2 emissions from London’s household rubbish will be captured and stored beneath the North Sea in the carbon storage facility of the Norwegian Longship CCS project. Cory, one of the UK’s leading waste management and recycling companies, will store 1.5 million tonnes of CO2 annually. This is the largest contract yet to be signed by Northern Lights, the CO2 transport and storage component of the Longship project.

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:

Utenriksminister Anniken Huitfeldt redegjør for Stortinget om Norges medlemskap i FNs sikkerhetsråd. Bilde: Fra

Norway to provide NOK 100 million to Moldova

05/04/2022: ‘Moldova, one of the poorest countries in Europe, has seen an influx of over 400.000 refugees and needs our support. We are allocating funding both for assistance to vulnerable refugees and to facilitate the efforts of the Moldovan authorities,’ said Minister of Foreign Affairs Anniken Huitfeldt.