Record Norwegian support for humanitarian efforts and protection
Large parts of this year’s record-high NOK 5,5 billion humanitarian budget is now being disbursed to the United Nations, the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and Norwegian humanitarian organisations to strengthen the response including for protect
Ledig 60% stilling som utlendings- og konsulærmedarbeider ved ambassaden i Canberra
Ambassaden i Canberra har en ledig 60% stilling som lokalt ansatt medarbeider på utlendings- og konsulærfeltet fra 1. august 2020.
The Security Council: Norway's Priorities
If elected as a member of the UN Security Council, Norway will make use of its 20 years’ experience of peace diplomacy to strengthen the Council’s conflict prevention and resolution efforts.
Norway endorses joint ministerial statement on COVID-19 and the multilateral trading system
On 5 May, Minister of Foreign Affairs Ine Eriksen Søreide and 41 other ministers responsible for the World Trade Organization (WTO) issued a ministerial statement on COVID-19 and the multilateral trading system.
Norway to increase support for vacccine development
Norway is to increase its support for the work to develop vaccines against the virus that has caused the current COVID-19 pandemic and against future epidemics by NOK 2.2 billion.
COVID-19 pandemic: Government strengthens humanitarian efforts
The COVID-19 pandemic is exacerbating an already difficult situation for populations in countries affected by humanitarian crises.
Utenriksministerens pressekonferanse om koronasituasjonen
Utenriksminister Ine Eriksen Søreide innledet på pressekonferansen om håndtering av koronasituasjonen sammen med helse- og omsorgsminister Bent Høie og justisminister Monica Mæland.
Visa Extensions to New Zealand
Myndighetene i New Zealand har orientert ambassaden om følgende informasjon ang. forlengelser av visum.
Restrictions upon entry into Norway due to COVID-19
The Norwegian Government has implemented extensive restrictions on entry into Norway due to the spread of COVID-19.
Stricter border controls introduced
The Government will close the border to foreign nationals who lack a residence permit in Norway. They will be turned away at the border under provisions of a Norwegian law relating to the control of communicable diseases.
Information about travel and the coronavirus
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against non-essential travel to all countries. For now, this advice will remain in effect until 14 April.