Utenriksdepartementet fraråder reise eller opphold som ikke er strengt nødvendig til grenseområdene nærmere enn 3 km mot Syria og Irak.

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Utenriksdepartementet fraråder alle reiser til eller opphold i Irak

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The Norwegian Foreign Service has a worldwide network of more than 100 embassies representing Norwegian interests in political, economic, development, immigration and consular matters. Bilateral ties between Norway and Jordan were established in 1969, and the Embassy was opened in 1994. The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Amman is also accredited to Iraq. The Embassy’s field of activity covers...

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Photo: Edgardo W. Olivera.

Ambassaden i Amman, Jordan tilbyr én praktikantplass våren 2017 for tidsrommet januar - juli med søknadsfrist 15. oktober.

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Er du student på studie-, praktikantopphold eller lignende i Jordan ønsker ambassaden å komme i kontakt med deg.

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SHARING EXPERIENCES: Representatives from the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Amman in discussion with community center leaders, and UN representatives. 
Photo: The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Amman.

Representatives from the Norwegian Embassy visited a community center for women in Khaldieh in the Mafraq region August 3rd.

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IN FOCUS: Jordanian girls' and women's football has gotten a boost in the last years. Last week, Minister of Culture, Mrs. Linda Hofstad Helleland, showed her support for Norwegian-Jordanian girls' football programs. 
Photo: Norwegian Ministry of Culture.

The Norwegian Minister of Culture, Mrs. Linda Hofstad Helleland visited Jordan last week. Varied program includes support for Norwegian-Jordanian girls' football programmes.

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WELL DESERVED: Students at the Abd al-Rahman Halhool Boys' School pose with their diplomas that show they have finished the NRC's summer school program. 
Photo: The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Amman.

The summer school program of the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) in Irbid is uniting Syrian and Jordanian schoolchildren in one classroom. Principal says program is building bridges between Jordanians and Syrians.

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SIGNING CEREMONY From left to right: USAID Mission Director Jim Barnhart, H.E. Ambassador Edward Oakden (UK), H.E. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education Dr. Mohammed Thneibat, H.E. Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Imad Fakhoury, Heidi Elburgi Johansen, chargée d’affaires of the Norwegian Embassy and Térence Bileter, chargé d’affaires of the Swiss Embassy. 
Photo: Royal Norwegian Embassy.

Together with other donors, Norway on 22 August signed agreements with the Jordanian government on support to the education sector.

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Photo: Alberto Hugo Rojas.

The Kingdom of Norway has contributed an additional US$3 million to UNDP’s Funding Facility for Immediate Stabilization (FFIS), which finances fast-track initiatives in areas liberated from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

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Significant increase in Norway's aid to Iraq

Norway and Jordan //

'The people of Iraq are in urgent need of aid. Norway is already providing a considerable amount of humanitarian assistance to the region. We are now increasing our support to Iraq by NOK 50 million, to a total of NOK 325 million,' said Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brende, who is today attending the Pledging Conference in support of Iraq in Washington, DC.

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Norway condemns terrorist attack in Baghdad

Norway and Jordan // 05.07.2016

Foreign Minister Børge Brende has condemned the terrorist attack in Baghdad late on Saturday in the strongest possible terms.

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Norwegian–US mine clearance initiative

Norway and Jordan //

Norway and the US are joining forces in a further initiative to support mine clearance, Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brende and US Secretary of State John Kerry announced on Wednesday.

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USD 10 million to a new financing initiative for Jordan and Lebanon.

Norway and Jordan // Last updated: 27.04.2016

‘Syria’s neighbouring countries are shouldering a heavy burden and are facing major challenges. Norway will therefore contribute USD 10 million to a new financing initiative for Lebanon and Jordan,’ said Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brende.

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