Norway's statement - WTO General Council - Agenda item 6. Procedures to strengthen the negotiating function of the WTO
Norway's statement - WTO General Council - Agenda item 7. The importance of market-oriented conditions to the world trading system
Joint statement on 25th Anniversary of Beijing Declaration
Joint statement by 82 states, incl. Norway, delivered by the Minister for Equal Opportunities of Denmark, Mr.
Moving forward the Clean Energy Challenge
“This is about saving lives and protecting people, and ensuring that longer-term development goals are achieved,” said Ambassador Tine Mørch Smith in her remarks at the briefing Energy in Crisis: A briefing for Member States from the UNHCR Clean Ener
Norway provides funding for UN Migration Trust Fund.
Norway is providing NOK 15 million to the UN’s start-up fund for safe, orderly and regular migration, the Migration Multi-Partner Trust Fund (Migration MPTF).
“Connected or Muted? New opportunities for women’s participation in peace processes during the COVID-19 pandemic”
This online dialogue will bring together experts on women’s participation and leadership in peacebuilding, conflict prevention and sustaining peace, and people who are actively involved in peace processes at various levels.
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's statement in the fourteenth Trade Policy Review of the European Union in the WTO
The fourteenth Trade Policy Review of the European Union is taking place in the WTO on the 18th and 20th of February 2020.
Norway and the European Union agree on an interim WTO appeal arrangement
Statement on the interim WTO appeal arrangement between Norway and the EU. Signed 21 October, 2019.
Norway’s statement in the eleventh Trade Policy Review of Canada in the WTO
The eleventh trade policy review of Canada took place in the WTO on 12 and 14 June 2019.
Norway's Paper from the General Council, May 7 2019: "Pursuing the Development Dimension in WTO Rule-Making Efforts"
The following text is the full paper put forth by Norway at the WTO General Council May 7 2019, co-sponsored by Canada, Hong Kong China, Iceland, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, and Switzerland: