A changing climate, political shifts and technological development have all contributed to changing the global strategic importance of the Artic, but more than ever regional and international cooperation is a key to stability in this vast region, said Norwegian Ambassador to Serbia Nils Ragnar Kamsvåg in a lecture at the Belgrade Research Centre for Defence and Security this Tuesday

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The Norwegian embassy has been supporting programs to promote a wider discussion and sharing of knowledge in Montenegro on major issues in the field of security among main stakeholders and students.

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With support of the Norwegian embassy, Center E8 has launched a campaign aimed to create a culture of sport in Serbia that promotes values and norms of non-violent behaviour and condemns any form of violent expression.

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Dobrila's children at Slettebakken school

Serbs in Norway are one those lucky people celebrating both Easters, combining thus best practices from both traditions — bunnies and chocolate eggs, but also colouring and smashing of chicken eggs.

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Norway's national team that beat Yugoslavia in 1965. 
Photo: www.skeid.no.

Given that football is historically Norway’s biggest and most popular sport, the joy was huge when Norway beat the footballing great power Yugoslavia in 1965. That win, however, was the exception to the rule.

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A project aimed at reducing poverty in Serbia, supported by the Norwegian embassy, has been a success and will now spread to 11 more municipalities in the country.

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Photo: Yadid Levy.

In a special edition of “Green Growth the Nordic Way” you can read interviews with a number of the pioneers who set out to create the new Nordic kitchen. You can also read the thoughts of a number of Nordic food activists on the future of New Nordic Food, as well as an outline of six workshops marking the closing of the yearlong programmes of the Nordic Council of Ministers on New Nordic Food.

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