Den norske ambassaden i Sarajevo søker studentpraktikant våren 2015. Praktikantoppholdet varer seks måneder, med tiltredelse primo januar.

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Tomorrow, Wednesday the 17th of September — minister of Foreign Affairs, Børge Brende and Minister of Defence, Ine Eriksen Søreide, will both give speeches at the global security conferencein Oslo, entitled “A Nexus of Global Threats. Concepts and Response”.

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Photo: Norwegian Embassy

Today, the Norwegian Embassy, represented by Ms Anne Havnør, Deputy Head of Mission, participated in the opening of two reconstructed bridges in the Tuzla Municipality.

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Flooding and landslides in southeastern Europe in May, led to destruction of buildings, infrastructure and agricultural areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina.  Following this, the Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo announced a flood relief fund for BiH.  4.000.000 NOK were redirected to support local organizations, communities and authorities in their efforts to regain normalcy and livelihood,

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Det forventes i Bosnia-Herzegovina store regnmengder og fare for jordskred de kommende dagene.

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Early phase of reconstruction of a primary school in Srbac. Norway financed furniture for this school. 
Photo: Norwegian Embassy.

The devastating floods and landslides in May left Bosnia and Herzegovina in urgent need of external relief. Norway has responded to this situation.

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On behalf of the Norwegian People’s Aid and Norway, Ambassador Lilloe handed over 20 new metal detectors, to assist the Demining Battalion of the armed forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in building capacity for mine clearance.

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Photo: Renato Foder.

Once every year, for one week, the whole world comes to Sarajevo. The Sarajevo Film Festival is truly the moment to visit Sarajevo.

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Yesterday the Norwegian Ambassador, Vibeke Lilloe, visited the children and youth center in Vučilovac, to be rehabilitated by UNDP.

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