From 1st of August Embassy will no longer receive applications for Schengen visitor’s visa or residence permit to Norway
As of the 1st of August 2019, the Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo will no longer receive applications for Schengen visitor’s visa or residence permit to Norway from applicants residing in BH.
Od 1. augusta 2019. Ambasada više neće primati zahtjeve za Schengen vizu za posjetu ili boravišnu dozvolu u Norveškoj
Od 1. augusta 2019. godine, Norveška ambasada u Sarajevu više neće primati zahtjeve za Schengen vizu za posjetu ili boravišnu dozvolu u Norveškoj od osoba koje su državljani BiH.
Bravehearts of Herzegovina
In cooperation with Nansen Dialogue Center in Mostar and Mostar Rock School, the Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo organized the screening of Norwegian documentary “Bravehearts” directed by Kari Anne Moe in Cultural center Abrašević in Mostar on Wednesda
Call for proposals for projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina 2018
The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs hereby announces a call for proposals under the grant scheme for Western Balkans - for Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Online Norwegian course for beginners
Folkeuniversitetet Nordland offers study videos at level A1 and A2 for the Norwegian language.
Norway will significantly increase its support to BiH in 2018
Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is a unique and beautiful posting for us diplomats. It is a great honour for me to build and guard the friendship between our countries and help strengthen our partnership.
With regard to an article originally published by FIPA (Foreign Investment Agency) of BiH after a meeting with the representatives of the Norwegian Embassy on Friday 13 October 2017.
What are the EEA and Norway Grants?
The EEA and Norway Grants represent the contribution of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway to reducing economic and social disparities and strengthening bilateral relations with 15 EU countries in Central Europe, Southern Europe, and the Balkans.