The Norwegian government releases its budget for 2023 that includes “tough measures,” according to Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre.
Princess Märtha Louise is ending her official duties for the royal palace but will retain the title of princess, the king and queen confirm.
The Storting (Norwegian parliament) opens in October with a protocol mistake by switching seats meant for the queen and crown prince.
Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall reports that Consul General Heidi Olufsen awards Ragnar Meyer-Knutsen with the St. Olav’s Medal for service.
King Harald marks the season closing of the royal yacht, Norge, which has been in operation for 75 years, as it was a gift to King Haakon.
The WTO Director-General commends Norway on its contributions to the ACT-Accelerator partnership to end the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The Norwegian Refugee Council received the prestigious Hilton Humanitarian Prize in honor of its extraordinary contributions toward alleviating human suffering.
Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre traveled to the United States on Sept. 18 to participate in the UN General Assembly and meet with political leaders.
Kjersti Dale, former director of CARE Norway, has been appointed to serve on the UN Peacebuilding Fund’s Seventh Advisory Committee.
Norway will close several foreign missions in 2023, including the Consulate General in Houston, Texas, in order to reallocate resources to Europe.