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.
Nylansering av reiseregistrering.no
Nettsiden www.reiseregistrering.no har fått en makeover og er nå mye enklere å bruke. Vi oppfordrer alle nordmenn til å benytte seg av reiseregistreringstjenesten ved både korte og lange utenlandsopphold.
Defence-related exports from Norway in 2017
This week, the Government presented the annual white paper on exports of defence-related products. In 2017, Norway exported arms and military equipment worth around NOK 5.4 billion, up from NOK 3.6 billion in 2016.
Please note that the embassy will be closed Thursday 14th, Sunday 17th, Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th of June due to the Eid al-Fitr celebrations.
UN Secretary-General to Norway
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.
Norwegian Government increases humanitarian aid to Gaza
In response to the acute humanitarian situation, Norway is providing an additional NOK 15 million in humanitarian aid to Gaza.
Norskopplæring for norske barn bosatt i utlandet
Globalskolen er et undervisningstilbud i norsk, samfunnsfag og RLE for norske barn i grunnskolealder som er bosatt i utlandet.
Norway allocates additional NOK 116 million to humanitarian assistance
‘Norway’s humanitarian budget has never been bigger than it is now, but the needs created by the world’s humanitarian crises are continuing to grow. The Government has therefore proposed increasing the humanitarian budget by NOK 116 million.