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  • Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden sign "Memorandum of Understanding" on significant branches

    2016-12-19 Press release Ministry of Finance

    The Finance Minister of Norway and Finland, the Minister for Business of Denmark and the Minister for Financial Markets and Consumer Affairs of Sweden sign Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in order to facilitate the cooperation regarding

  • Protection of problem gamblers most important

    2016-12-16 Press release Ministry of Culture

    The Government will retain the current regulatory model that gives Norsk Tipping and Norsk Rikstoto a monopoly on the provision of gaming and betting services. No new licensing scheme will be introduced for foreign gaming and betting companies.

  • Change among the state secretaries

    2016-12-16 Press release Office of the Prime Minister

    In today’s session of the Council of State, the King has appointed Mr. Brage Baklien, political adviser, as state secretary to Minister of Finance Siv Jensen. He succeeds Mr. Paal Bjørnestad, who has been honourably discharged from the office.

  • Map of the coastal route Bergen-Kirkenes

    2016-12-16 Article Ministry of Transport and Communications

  • Ongoing study of potential environmental benefits

    2016-12-16 Article Ministry of Transport and Communications

    The Ministry has commissioned a study to determine the potential environmental benefits through the procurement of the future coastal route contract.

  • Ongoing study of requirements in the tender documentation

    2016-12-16 Article Ministry of Transport and Communications

    The Ministry of Transport and Communications has commissioned a study to determine the necessary capacities in the future coastal agreement for every vessel (numbers of passengers and berth capacity) between Bergen an Kirkenes and what capacities

  • Current tender – Coastal Agreement 2012-2019

    2016-12-16 Article Ministry of Transport and Communications

    Hurtigruten AS won the previous tender (2012-2019) for coastal transport services on the Bergen-Kirkenes route, with an option to extend the contract for one year. The net contract has a value of 5 120 million kroner.

  • The tender for the future coastal agreement

    2016-12-16 Article Ministry of Transport and Communications

    This page provides updated information about the public purchasing process and other relevant documentation related to the competition for future procurement of transport services for the coastal route.

  • The current coastal passenger route agreement

    2016-12-16 Article Ministry of Transport and Communications

    This page provides information about the current Coastal Agreement.

  • Defence to the Oslo District Court Submitted

    2016-12-15 News story Ministry of Petroleum and Energy

    Greenpeace Norden and Natur og Ungdom (Nature and Youth) have filed a lawsuit against the Norwegian Government claiming that the award of production licenses in the 23. licensing round violates Norwegian law. The Government disputes this and has

  • Countercyclical buffer increases

    2016-12-15 Press release Ministry of Finance

    The Ministry of Finance has today decided that the level of the countercyclical capital buffer requirement shall be increased to 2 per cent from 31 December 2017 . This is in line with the advice for Q4/16 from Norges Bank.

  • Foreign Minister Brende to visit Liberia

    2016-12-14 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Foreign Minister Børge Brende will visit Liberia on 15 December. Mr Brende will be present when President Johnson Sirleaf opens the Mt. Coffee Hydropower Plant, which has been rehabilitated with support from Norway.

  • New regulation on requirements for residential mortgage loans

    2016-12-14 Press release Ministry of Finance

    The Ministry of Finance has adopted a new regulation on requirements for new residential mortgage loans. The new regulation replaces the current regulation which is set to expire at the end of 2016. The new regulation takes effect from 1 January

  • Condolences to the Coptic Pope

    2016-12-14 Letter Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brende has extended his condolences to pope Tawadros II following the attack on the Coptic church in Cairo Sunday 11 December.

  • Bloodbath in Aleppo must stop

    2016-12-13 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    'The bloodbath in Aleppo must stop. Reports from the UN of civilians and aid workers being summarily executed over the last 24 hours give cause for serious concern. I hope that the agreement that has apparently been reached on the evacuation of

  • Norway provides NOK 380 million to the UN's Emergency Response Fund

    2016-12-13 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    'The many large-scale, protracted humanitarian crises in the world today have created a tremendous need for emergency aid. The UN Central Emergency Response Fund ensures that aid can quickly reach those who need it when acute crises arise, and

  • Oslo Cancer Cluster

    2016-12-13 Speech/statement Office of the Prime Minister

    Speech by Prime Minister Erna Solberg at Oslo Cancer Cluster 13 December 2016.

    By Prime Minister Erna Solberg

  • Colombia to build environment-friendly peace

    2016-12-13 News story Ministry of Climate and Environment

    What is next for Colombia? The peace agreement is one of the first in history that put heavy emphasis on environment and sustainability as part of the peace building process. Today in Oslo, Colombia's Government share their plans on the way forward.

  • The peace talks at the Philippines

    2016-12-12 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The armed conflict between the Philippine authorities and the NDFP communist movement has lasted for more than 45 years, with intermittent peace talks being held since 1986.

  • Peace and reconciliation efforts in Colombia

    2016-12-12 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The armed conflict in Colombia has lasted for more than 50 years. It has had severe humanitarian consequences and caused great suffering to the civilian population. Several hundred thousand people have been killed, and more than six million have