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"In the Arctic we need to go forward gradually - step by step - following high environmental and safety standards. We have to make sure that the development of the resources is conducted in a sustainable manner. This requires investments of both financial and intellectual capital. But it is the most important investment we can make for the future Arctic", said Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brende in his speech in Washington D.C.
"We have to show the same kind of spirit as we saw after the 2008 crisis. We have to think out of the box on a broad range of areas. We have to make necessary global structural changes, so that we can deliver on reviving long-term, sustainable economic growth, and create all the jobs that the young people of the world will need", Foreign Minister Børge Brende said in his speech at the ASEM-meeting in New Delhi on 11 November 2013.
"The human tragedy (in Syria) compels us to do our utmost to end the violence. To prepare the ground for a political settlement. And to limit the devastating consequences for the region", Foreign Minister Børge Brende said at the opening of a seminar "International Mediation Trends: processes and experiences" in Ankara.
"I believe we can eradicate extreme poverty by 2030, and make sure that all children in Africa have the same basic opportunities as children in Norway. It is possible if we implement the right policies, if we are proactive, and if we work in line with the perspectives of this conference", Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brende said in his speech at the NABA Summit in Oslo 1 November 2013.
Statement by Mr Børge Brende, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Norway, Chair of Barents Euro-Arctic Council Ladies and gentlemen, thank you, Jens (Johan Hjort), for your kind words of welcome. And thank you all for valuable discussions last night.
Foreign Minister Børge Brendes speech at the University of Tromsø on 28 October 2013.