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Prime Minister Solberg discussed migration with EU leaders The flow of refugees and migrants to Europe was on top of the agenda in Prime Minister Erna Solberg’s political talks in Brussels on March 2, Norway and the European Union./p>

Erna Solberg, Prime Minister of Norway met with Donald Tusk, President of the European Council in Brussels in January. Photo: Juha Roininen, EUP Images/SMK./p>

Norway and the EU enjoy good and close relations, although Norway is not a member of the European Union. The Agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA) is the mainstay of our cooperation, and it ensures that Norway takes part in the EU internal market. We are also part of the Schengen Agreement and cooperate with the EU on foreign and security policy issues.

Norway allocates NOK 35 million for emergency measures in Greece Photo: Norway MFA.

Norway has decided to allocate a total of NOK 35 million for emergency measures to address the migration crisis in Greece. casino en live avec croupier

Government proposed FY2016 budget: Important priorities in Europe Photo: Frode Overland Andersen/UD.

The Norwegian Government proposed fiscal budget for 2016 was presented on October 7. The government aims to increase spendings to support Ukraine and in humanitarian aid, and will continue to give high priority to Norway’s interests and responsibilities in the Arctic. juegos tragamonedas

Norway financial contributions include funding to reduce disparities in Europe and contributions to the budget of EU programmes and agencies we participate in. spelautomater på nätet

Introduction of border controls

Thursday 26 November, the Norwegian government introduced temporary border controls, to prevent people without the required travel documents from entering the country. slot spiele kostenlos

Work programme for cooperation with the EU in 2016 Photo: Simon Johannsson/NorwayEU.

"We need more, not less cooperation with the EU on the common challenges facing Europe", said Minister of EEA and EU Affairs Elisabeth Aspaker, pointing out the Single Market strategy, migration, climate and energy among the main priorities in the Government´s Eurpean work programme.

"Norway needs more cooperation with the EU" Norway House, staff meeting. Photo: Simon Johannsson.

Recently appointed Minister of EEA and EU Affairs, Elisabeth Aspaker, on 26-27 January visited the capital of the EU to get more insight into how Norwegian stakeholders and the EEA EFTA institutions are working to maintain the broad collaboration between Norway and the EU. Cassino Online Brasil

Norway’s climate target for 2030 Photo: Morguefile / click.

Norway has submitted its 2030 climate target of at least 40% reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, compared to 1990 levels, to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. free slots

EEA and Norway Grants Photo: FMO/EEA and Norway Grants.

The EEA and Norway Grants are Norway’s contribution to reducing economic and social disparities within the European Economic Area (EEA). Our funding also provide a unique opportunity to promote cooperation and partnerships between Norway and the sixteen beneficiary states in Central and Southern Europe. hedelmäpelit

Fast-track procedure for asylum seekers arriving via Russia

The Ministry of Justice and Public Security has instructed the Directorate of Immigration (UDI) and the Immigration Appeals Board (UNE) to reject applications from asylum seekers arriving in Norway after having resided in Russia, without considering individual cases in depth.

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