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Norway in Geneva
Permanent Mission of Norway to the UN, WTO, EFTA and other IOs in Geneva. Ambassadors: UN- Tine Mørch Smith WTO/EFTA-
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Norway in Geneva 60s
🇳🇴 at Germany-URG policy dialogue on Council & Security Council: 🔸HR violations must be addressed to achieve long-standing peace 🔸Better understanding of HR challenges is key to early warning & conflict prevention ➡️ ideally placed to deal w/early prevention
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Norway in Geneva 12h
Replying to @NorwayInGeneva
👇 Norway's full statement at 👇
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Michel Anglade 21h
Great to see Norway Foreign Minister highlighting the importance of and of protecting education from attacks at
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NorwayUN 15h
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The results are in 🗳 Congratulations to the new expert members 👏🏼⚖️🧸
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National Youth Consensus for Peace 14h
FM reiterates 🇳🇴’s support for a political settlement protecting the rights of all Afghans, including women, & minorities. Protection of children & young ppl, including protection of schools from attack, merits special attention.
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Ole Andreas Lindeman 14h
FM gave 🇳🇴 Norway's key note address at 🇦🇫 Donor Conference 23-24 November Pls find address in English below:
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Finland in Afghanistan Nov 17
"I wish to be an economist in the future and improve my country's economy. All my wishes can only be achieved if there is peace". Afghan people sharing their hopes ahead of the Conference in a project in partnership with
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David Beasley 20h
Afghanistan is at a crossroads. The current peace talks offer a glimmer of hope after 4 decades of conflict. If successful, the Afghan people may finally be able to rebuild their nation & embark on a path to economic development - the only route to .
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Dag Inge Ulstein Nov 23
Replying to @ACTAccelerator
In other words: if G20 countries were to devote just 1 percent of their current stimulus spending - on efforts to alleviate the economic consequences of the pandemic globally - they would more than cover the needs of the ACT Accelerator.
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Marit Viktoria Pettersen Nov 23
Important message from
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Tine Mørch Smith 22h
IOM Council meeting today. has diverse role: 🔹operational actor 🔹forum for discussion on migration policy🔹leading organisation for migration governance IOM has played crucial role in supporting migrants in vulnerable situations during COVID-19🙏
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UNAMA News 24h
UNSG urges immediate humanitarian ceasefire to save lives, curb -19 impact & better atmosphere for Peace Negotiations. We have a moment of hope when combined with enhanced economic opportunity supported by (1/3 video message)
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Norway in Geneva 19h
🇳🇴 welcomes the ’s support for R&D, manufacturing, and distribution of safe and effective diagnostics, therapeutics and vaccines through the & the commitment to address remaining global financing needs.   👉
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Afghan Embassy Oslo 22h
We're grateful for 's reaffirmation of continued financial & development assistance @ the conference by FM Søreide. This is testament to Norway's steadfast support for a peaceful & self-reliant Afghanistan & the strategic partnership b/w 🇦🇫-🇸🇯.
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Tine Mørch Smith Nov 23
At press conference today Norway’s Minister of International Development emphasized need for accelerated funding for development and fair allocation of vaccines, and scaled up treatment and testing.
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Redd Barna 20h
Thank you Minister Eriksen Søreide and for being a true champion and relentlessly stressing the centrality of protecting education from attack for peace and development
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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Nov 24
A peaceful and safe Afghanistan will allow millions of displaced Afghans to return home and rebuild their lives.
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Tine Mørch Smith 22h
Foreign Minister Eriksen Søreide 🇳🇴at today: 📍Protection of civilians one of our main priorities. Particularly children and young people, including protection of schools from attack. 📚
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Ignazio Cassis 24h
Welcoming the international community to the Conference. Strong signal of from more than 70 countries & the . Once again, 🇨🇭 serves as a platform for open dialogue.
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Kelly T. Clements 23h
For decades millions of Afghans have suffered from conflict and forced displacement. 40 years on, the world can’t look away from Afghanistan.
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