Trident Juncture kicks off in Norway
NATO's exercise Trident Juncture 18 is still two months away, but the first shipload of military equipment arrived in Norway this weekend.
On track ahead of Trident Juncture
"The preparations are going extremely well, we are on track", says Admiral James G. Foggo, commander of exercise Trident Juncture in Norway this autumn.
Norwegian Government Proposes Significant Boost in Defence Expenditures
The Norwegian government continues to give priority to the defence sector in its annual budget proposal through a NOK 3 billion increase in 2018.
The future course of Norwegian security policy
The Government will continue the main lines of Norwegian security policy, strengthen cooperation with Europe, and intensify Norway’s efforts in Europe’s southern neighbourhood.
Informasjonsdag om NATOs vitenskapsprogram
NATOs vitenskapsprogram for fred og sikkerhet (SPS): Muligheter for norske forskere og eksperter. Forskningsrådets lokaler, Lysaker. Onsdag 14. juni, 0900 - 1400.
Strong Allies in the North Atlantic
Iceland and Norway, long-standing partners and Allies, have a common interest in safeguarding and promoting prosperity and security in our region.
Norway adjusts its contribution to the Counter ISIL Coalition in Iraq
Norway is currently providing approximately 60 military personnel to the Counter ISIL (C-ISIL) Coalition Training Centre in Erbil in North Iraq.
Norway to co-host international conference for Syria on 5 April
Norway is to co-host an international conference on the future of Syria and the region on 5 April in Brussels.
Germany chosen as strategic partner for new submarines to Norway
After a comprehensive evaluation process, The Norwegian Government decided on Germany as strategic partner for new submarines. The partnership is based on a German-Norwegian common purchase and lifetime management of identical, new submarines.