One year of war in Ukraine
24 February 2022 will be remembered as a watershed moment. The regime in Moscow launched a full-scale invasion of a peaceful neighbouring country, violating the UN Charter and the rules-based international order. Norway’s security, too, has come under threat. As we mark the one-year anniversary of Russia’s attack on Ukraine, the Norwegian Government wishes to pay tribute to the Ukrainian people, who are fighting a fierce battle both for their own country and for freedom and democracy in Europe.
Broad political agreement on multi-year support programme for Ukraine
A broad majority in the Storting have now reached agreement on a multi-year support programme for Ukraine, amounting to NOK 75 billion. The Nansen Support Programme for Ukraine was launched today, with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky participating digitally.
Norway to provide NOK 150 million to earthquake victims
‘Norway is providing NOK 150 million in funding to the UN, the Red Cross and the major Norwegian humanitarian organisations for relief efforts in the areas hit by the earthquake, in both Türkiye and Syria,’ said Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre.
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.