Norway has now allocating a further NOK 75 million to fight ebola, bringing the total to NOK 329 million so far this year. This was announced during a visit by the Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Børge Brende (photo in protective gear), to Liberia and Sierra Leone this week.

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The summit will be held on Thursday 30th of October at Radisson Blu Scandinavian Hotel in Oslo. Host of this annual summit is the Norwegian-African Business Association (NABA).

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Together with the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs' newly appointed special envoy for the Maghreb/Sahel, Mr Knut Langeland, the embassy recently attended a series of meetings in Bamako with the Malian authorities, other embassies and international organisations.

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Photo: Kristen Ulstein.

The Norwegian government has signed an agreement with The World Health Organization (WHO) to support the WHO Action Plan for Ebola Outbreak Preparedness in Ghana.

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World leaders descend on New York for high-level meetings at the United Nations from September 22-26th. During the week a great number of topics will be tackled, such as human rights, poverty reduction, climate change and gender equality, all of which are key priorities for Norway.

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Utenriksdepartementet fraråder alle reiser til eller opphold i Guinea, Sierra Leone og Liberia.

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The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs advices citizens against all journeys to and stays in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.

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On Tuesday 15th July, Norway’s Ambassador Ms Hege Hertzberg presented her credentials to Her Excellency the Vice President of the Gambia Dr Isatou Njie-Saidy in Banjul.

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The government and people of Norway have received an award of excellence from the Offshore Ghana magazine.

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The list of Diplomatic Staff at the Norwegian Embassy in Accra

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