|The Mission of Norway to the EU has taken precautionary measures regarding the spread of the coronavirus. All visiting activities are currently suspended. These measures will last until further notice.
The Mission receives approximately 9.000 visitors annually, including government ministers, members of parliament, representatives of counties and municipalties, students, non-governmental organisations, private businesses and more.
The Mission also hosts a number of seminars and conferences at Norway House, often in cooperation with the EU institutions, think tanks or other organisations in Brussels.
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Most visitors are given 1-2 hr introductions to the the EEA Agreement and Norway's relations with the EU. For groups with particular interests, counsellors at the Mission can give introductions on their different areas of work.
Given the large volume of visitors, we kindly ask you submit a request well in advance. We reserve the right to alter dates and times to accomodate short-notice visits from officials and other unforeseen events.
For information and requests, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you plan on visiting some of the EU institutions or EFTA, we recommend that you contact these early on as well.
Introductions to the EEA and Norway Grants can also be given by The Financial Mechanism Office (FMO), e.g. during a visit to Norway House or EFTA.
To visit the EFTA secretariat, see http://www.efta.int/about-efta/visits.