The Royal Norwegian Embassy will be closed 20-21 March.

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The independence of the Republic of Azerbaijan was re-established in 1991, and Azerbaijan can now celebrate its 25th anniversary as a free nation. I congratulate the people and government of Azerbaijan on this important occasion and wish your country every success, prosperity, welfare and happiness. Norway and Azerbaijan have developed extensive bilateral relations over the past 25 years, and w...

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Like the rest of the international community, Norway does not recognize the independence of the so-called "Nagorno-Karabakh Republic". Accordingly, Norway does not recognize the "referendum" planned to be conducted on 20 February. Norway supports the territorial integrity of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the efforts of the OSCE Minsk Group to facilitate a peaceful solution to the Nagorno-Karab...

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Elin singing about the mythical Nordic creature

For the cold winter days in Tbilisi, the Embassy saw it fit to showcase some of the most interesting cultural phenomena from the northern part of Norway on the weekend of 25 and 26 November.

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Tord Gustavsen Quartet during the concert at the Mugham Centre

For this year’s jazz festival in Baku (22 – 30 October), the embassy was happy the programme boasted a Norwegian name. In cooperation with the embassy, Tord Gustavsen Quartet was brought to the festival, which also highlighted other internationally, recognized jazz musicians.

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Den norske ambassaden i Baku tilbyr praktikantopphold for norsk student høsten 2017 med tiltredelse 3.juli 2017. Søknadsfrist er 10.mars 2017.

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In association with the Swizz Embassy, the Norwegian Embassy was proud to present the second edition of the Alps & Fjords film days. The Embassy have a long history of screening Norwegian films in Baku, and we were happy to be able to continue this within the framework of the Alps & Fjords film days.

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‘I would like to congratulate this year’s Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos,’ said Prime Minister Erna Solberg.

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