2019 National Budget: Priority given to countries affected by conflict and fragility, humanitarian assistance, and human rights
‘International institutions and joint solutions are under pressure. At the same time, global security challenges are becoming more complex.
Norway’s priorities for the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly
The 73rd session of the UN General Assembly will be formally opened on 18 September 2018 by the General Assembly’s newly elected President, Ecuadorean Foreign Minister María Fernanda Espinosa Garcés.
Norway provides NOK 1.68 billion to UN humanitarian fund (CERF)
‘Humanitarian needs worldwide are record high. The Government has increased Norway’s support to humanitarian crises by about 50 % since 2013.
The Explorer: A digital showroom where companies can explore Norway’s offering of green solutions
Johan Sverdrup phase 2: A new milestone for Norway's largest industrial project
- This is an important day for Norway. The Sverdrup project is by far Norway's largest industrial project, and is estimated to generate more than NOK 900 billion in future revenues to the state.
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.
Please note that the embassy will be closed from Monday the 20th to Thursday the 23rd due to the Eid Al-Adha celebrations.
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New regional system for immigration cases: As from 23 July 2018, applications for visa and residence permit will be processed by the Norwegian embassy in Abu Dhabi.
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.
Facts about Norwegian renewable energy in English
The Norwegian energy facts website EnergyfactsNorway.no is now available in English.