Norway and Jordan // Last updated: 16.04.2014 //

The Norwegian embassy in Amman will be closed Thursday April 17 until Monday April 21. The first working day after Easter is Tuesday April 22. Happy Easter!

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Norway and Jordan // Last updated: 27.03.2014 //

The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Amman has signed a 3-year agreement with Generations For Peace, with the aim of promoting conflict resolution in the Middle East and North Africa region.

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Norway and Jordan // Last updated: 03.04.2014 //

The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Amman has openings for one position as Project Officer from August and one temporary position as receptionist/visa officer from approximately June for 3 months. Applicants must submit letter of application and CV no later than 18 April 2014.

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Norway and Jordan // Last updated: 02.04.2014 //

The Norwegian ambassador, Sissel Breie, visited last week two Palestinian refugee camps in Jordan together with the Director of UNRWA operations in Jordan, Roger Davies.

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Norway and Jordan // Last updated: 30.03.2014 //

“I would like to congratulate Jens Stoltenberg on his appointment as Secretary General of NATO. In Jens Stoltenberg, NATO has found a strong, unifying Secretary General. Today, Jens Stoltenberg has been given an important task that carries a great deal of responsibility. I am confident that he will carry out this task to the benefit of all NATO countries. The Government looks forward to...

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Norway and Jordan // Last updated: 26.03.2014 //

“It is completely unacceptable that more than 500 people have been condemned to death in a summary trial. The court’s judgment is shocking, and the conduct of the trial gives cause for concern about the fundamental standards of the Egyptian legal system,” said Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brende.

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Norway and Jordan // Last updated: 26.02.2014 //

On 22 February, the UN Security Council unanimously adopted an important resolution that puts pressure on the parties to the conflict in Syria to improve the humanitarian situation.

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