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Karl Gardner
Irish Ambassador to Norway. All things 🇮🇪 🇳🇴+sport & music. love skiing & someday hope skiing will love me back. All views mine retweets ≠ endorsements
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Karl Gardner 16h
Pine trees and fjords - perfect spot for some lunch on this mornings walk
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Karl Gardner May 17
When things go wrong abroad, who do you call. 🇮🇪Embassies always here to help but as notes travelers need to be more prepared, travel insurance is vital & download app.
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VisitOSLO May 17
Norway's Constitution, declaring the country to be an independent nation, was signed at Eidsvoll on 17 May, 1814. Despite independence not being fully achieved until 1905, this date remains Norway's National Day, and is a national holiday.
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Human Rights IRELAND May 17
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Chambers Ireland May 17
It's National Day in Norway today. This is the parade route. Feels just like St Patrick's Day in red. Congratulations Norway, have a great day. PS still buzzing about Martin Naughton winning Business for Peace Award yesterday
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Karl Gardner May 17
Gratulerer med dagen Norway - 17 Mai. Oslo’s looking good this morning 🇳🇴🇳🇴🇳🇴
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Karl Gardner May 17
Privileged to Spend some time with Martin Naughton, 2018 Business for Peace honouree and reps from &
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United Nations May 16
Human rights are for everyone – no matter who you are or whom you love. Thursday is Int'l Day against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia
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Else Berit Eikeland May 16
Welcome to our parade in at 15:00 & celebration with Norwegian music & folkdancing afterwards
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Niall Burgess May 16
We’re marking International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia with the launch today of a new action plan to support diversity . EqualityForAll 🇮🇪 🌈
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Human Rights IRELAND May 16
We fly the flag for the rights of LGBTI persons as part of Irish foreign policy. Join us in celebrating around the world today
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Chambers Ireland May 16
Replying to @ArasTweets
And in a lovely finale, Martin Naughton receives a signed copy of the Good Friday Agreement and a message of congratulations from President Michael D Higgins
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Chambers Ireland May 16
Martin Naughton receiving his Business for Peace award in Oslo City Hall. Wonderful moment.
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South Dublin Chamber May 16
Martin Naughton is tonight conferred as a World Business for Peace Laureate, Irelands first, warmest congratulations
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Karl Gardner May 16
Congratulations to Martin Naughton,2018 Business for Peace Honoree. Great recognition for vital work done in support of peace in Northern Ireland.
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South Dublin Chamber May 16
Wonderful evening for Ireland through the honor bestowed on Martin Naughton, Glen Dimplex.
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Karl Gardner May 16
Great to be back in Oslo’s wonderful city hall to attend the 2018 Business for Peace awards. Great Irish presence present with & to see founder and philanthropist Martin Naughton honoured 🇳🇴🇮🇪
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Karl Gardner May 16
Great start to Nowarys 17 May national day celebrations with traditional foreign policy briefing by 🇳🇴Foreign Minister Ine Soreide. looking forward to celebrating with Norwegian friends tomorrow
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Chambers Ireland May 16
Really excited. In Oslo today to see Martin Naughton receive his Business for Peace Award. Chosen by a panel of Nobel Laureates, we are really pleased to have nominated him.
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South Dublin Chamber May 16
Almost ready to start, Business for Peace World Award Laureates in Oslo City Hall
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