Et godt samarbeid med sivilsamfunnet er avgjørende for å lykkes i klimakampen. \n\n@BjellandEriksen og jeg startet andre dag på #COP28 med en grundig og god samtale med @ForumNorway. Takk for mange gode råd og innspill til forhandlingene! 🌍🇺🇳🇳🇴 https://t.co/CsWabbswBy
I am pleased that our negotiators have agreed on a new 7-year term of\n#EEAgrants & market access for seafood to the EU. \n\nLong and challenging negotiations btw 🇮🇸🇱🇮🇳🇴 &🇪🇺 are successfully concluded. \n\nThese agreements will strengthen our cooperation with the EU on key issues.
In Skopje today, I met with Israel’s FM @elicoh1 and a group of relatives of some of the hostages abducted by and still held by Hamas. Their stories are heartbreaking.\n\nNorway will continue our tireless work for the immediate & unconditional release of the remaining hostages. https://t.co/wmu7esIwzo
On #PalestineDay, I am gravely concerned about the humanitarian crisis in #Gaza. \n\nA prolonged humanitarian ceasefire & unhindered humanitarian access is necessary to alleviate the suffering\nThere is no viable alternative to a peace process leading to a two-state solution.
Meeting with my colleague @DmytroKuleba at @NATO today, I conveyed Norway’s unwavering support to Ukraine’s fight for freedom. \n\nTogether with our allies, we’re in it for long haul. Ukraine’s cause is Norway’s cause. 🇺🇦🤝🇳🇴 https://t.co/RcUU5NWsRp
Thank you @SecBlinken for a very good conversation on our strong commitment to supporting a two-state solution for Israel & Palestine, our sustained support for Ukraine & the need to ensure a solid outcome from @COP28_UAE. \n\n🇺🇸&🇳🇴 see eye to eye on the key challenges of our time. https://t.co/3nyRJoMf7b
Congratulations to the Philippine government and the NDFP on signing their joint statement for peace. This gives hope for the people of 🇵🇭. \n\nFormal negotiations are an important step for lasting peace. Norway facilitated this confidential dialogue. https://t.co/PErlVC0rUW
It was great meeting you while you were in Oslo, @fbirol! With @COP28_UAE only days away, the insights provided by @IEA into the potential for a global energy transition are essential for a strong outcome on climate mitigation.
Sjefssrabiner og fredsaktivist Michael Melchior og jeg deltok på en verdig minnesermoni i går, 50 dager etter terrorangrepet 7.okt. Samtidig ble flere gisler frigitt av Hamas og palestinere sluppet ut av israelske fengsler. Lysglimt i mørke, og kanskje en sped start på noe varig? https://t.co/4gfLAxMOjA
At the #GrainFromUkraine summit in Kyiv today, Norway announced NOK 250 million ($ 23,5 million) to food security + support to Ukrainian farmers #StandWithUkraine\n\nOn the 90th anniversary of the #Holodomor tragedy, we condemn Russia’s continued weaponisation of food. https://t.co/Qi7AVnr0u9
Spoke with @Tsihanouskaya to express solidarity and admiration for the Belarusian democratic forces, under increasingly difficult conditions. Norway remains a strong supporter of democracy and human rights in #Belarus. @NorwayAmbLT https://t.co/xCsLBiYrnG
Good meeting with Excecutive Vice President of the @EU_Commission @MarosSefcovic in Brussels today. As the EEA agreement approaches 30, our cooperation is more important than ever. 🇪🇺🇳🇴
I invited OIC ambassadors to discuss the situation in Gaza & the war between Hamas and Israel. Norway calls for a humanitarian ceasefire. \nWe need to ensure humanitarian access. \nHostages must be released. \nImportant that int’ community stresses the need for a two state solution. https://t.co/cgYxoxhxDv
Just discussed with Qatar’s Prime Minister Al Thani on the need for a humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza. Diplomacy must be intensified for the realization of a two-state solution. Thanked him for Qatar’s efforts regarding our Norwegian citizens in Gaza.\n@MBA_AlThani_
Spoke last night with Israel’s FM Cohen on the war in Gaza. Strongly condemned 7 October terror attack. Concern for the humanitarian situation in Gaza. The two state solution is the only way to lasting peace. Thanked him for efforts regarding Norwegian citizens in Gaza.\n@elicoh1
Svært lettet over at de første norske borgere har fått krysse grensa fra Gaza til Egypt. \n\nDe har vært gjennom enorme påkjenninger. \n\nNorge fortsetter arbeidet for alle de som fortsatt befinner seg i Gaza. \n\nVi trenger en humanitær våpenhvile nå.
Expressing my sincere condolences to @UNLazzarini for the more than 100 @UNRWA staff killed in #Gaza. \n\nUnder extremely dangerous conditions, #UNRWA's staff do their utmost to protect, assist & treat the people in Gaza. \n\nCritical need for fuel to run UNRWA’s operations. https://t.co/s8l9zBNjZ4
Every day, 180 babies are born in Gaza. Deeply worried about the newborn & the 50 000 pregnant women in Gaza. Hospitals lack medicines & fuel. \nAll parties must adhere to int'l humanitarian law; civilians & civilian infrastructure must be protected at all times.
Moldova and Ukraine have chosen the European path. Norway will support both countries politically and financially in their efforts to meet the requirements for EU membership. Pleasant call with good 🇲🇩colleague @nicupopescu yesterday. Greetings also to colleague @DmytroKuleba 🇺🇦.