Foreign Minister Eriksen Søreide launches new humanitarian strategy
‘Humanitarian action is an important part of the Government’s international engagement, and Norway has increased its humanitarian budget by more than 50 % since 2013.
New system for visas and residence permits
Are you planning to travel to Norway? From 3rd August 2018, applications will be handled at the Norwegian Embassy in Accra, Ghana.
Old banknotes taken out of circulation
The old series of Norway’s 100-krone and 200-krone notes are no longer legal tender after 30 May 2018. However, old banknotes can be exchanged. Here is how to proceed.
Brilliance of Nigerians challenges politicians
As far back as 1890, Nigerians got exports of stock fish from Norway. This expanded to other sectors including shipping, ship building, oil and gas, renewable energy, making Nigeria Norway’s most important economic partner in Africa.
Norway seeking seat on UN Security Council in 2021-2022
Many of the challenges the world is now facing can only be addressed through cooperation with other countries. The UN is the most important forum for international cooperation.
Norway for the UN Security Council 2021-2022
Norway has launched a campaign, seeking member states’ support for an elected seat in the United Nations Security Council in 2021-22.
Tomorrow Friday 15th June is a Public Holiday (Id el Fitr) and the Embassy will be closed.
Oslo Forum 2018
Minister of Foreign Affairs Ine Eriksen Søreide is hosting the annual Oslo Forum, a meeting place for leaders from all over the world, at Losby Manor outside Oslo on 19 and 20 June.
Statement on the occasion of Democracy Day, 29 May 2018
We join Nigerians today in celebrating the day on which democracy and civilian rule were restored.
The Global Digital Library
It's the launch of the Global Digital Library today. This open Source digital infrastructure, will make high quality educational reading resources available online.
Action against Syrian chemical weapons
‘The world has stood unified in condemnation of chemical weapons since the atrocities of World War I.