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Norway’s Former Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland and other members of the organization The Elders are in Moscow to meet with President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.

Electric car number 50,000 was recently registered in Norway, two years ahead of planned schedule.

Low oil prices triggers cross-companies cooperation to develop cost-effective solutions for new areas north of mainland Norway.

The border delimitation agreement for the Barents Sea demonstrated that Russia is playing according to the rules in the Arctic, former Norwegian foreign minister Jonas Gahr Støre says. It is five years since the two countries announced the deal.

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Arctic indigenous leaders cautioned the circumpolar community that the continued intrusion of geopolitical tensions with Russia into the Arctic Council could negatively impact the wellbeing of Arctic peoples.

Norwegian and American inspectors embark on a joint inspection flight over Russian territory as part of the Open Skies Treaty.

A €60 million government loan will keep Norway’s Arctic coal company afloat for another couple of years.

The government proposes the adoption of a Norwegian-style license model for the shelf, but encounters fierce protest from state companies Rosneft and Gazprom.

More than half of the pollution in Murmansk Oblast comes from Europe, and especially Norway, a representative from the regional ministry of ecology claims.

Oil companies reluctant to invest in the Barents Sea due to low oil price get surprise aid from Petroleum and Energy Minister Tord Lien.

Russia works seven days a week with new highway to the border, but the Norwegian Public Roads Administration today announced that the new highway on their side will not open before 2017.

After years of planning, the first steps of tearing down and moving the Arctic town of Kiruna started today in Sweden.

A majority of the people living in the Arctic wants to continue cooperation with Russia despite the conflict in Ukraine. Norwegians are most in favor of diplomatic and cooperative approaches, a new survey shows.

Hurrah, we did it! One of the youngest ever expeditions makes it to the North Pole point.

Russia plans to build four icebreakers for naval forces in the Arctic and Far East. Construction of the first vessel, “Ilya Muromets”, started in Saint Petersburg on Thursday.

An Ontario company is proposing the idea of small floating nuclear stations to power mining sites and towns in the Arctic.

UPDATE: The launch of a missile from the Plesetsk Space Center flops. The weapon landed near a local village.

The environmental organization Bellona Murmansk has been fined 50,000 rubles for failing to voluntary register as a foreign agent.

Russia’s first floating nuclear power station for use in the Arctic will be ready by October 2016.

”This will generate value for the Norwegian people for decades,” says Minister of Petroleum and Energy Tord Lien with the thumb up for Arctic drilling as the Goliat platform arrives Hammerfest.

Last year it was the Crimea, this year it will be the Arctic, Deputy PM Dmitry Rogozin makes clear during this week’s North Pole visit.

As iron ore prices reach a ten-year low Swedish mining giant LKAB has to start discharging workers.

By threatening to restrict entry to Svalbard for certain individuals, Norway is acting in defiance of the Svalbard treaty, the Russia’s Foreign Ministry says.

The results of Sunday’s parliamentary elections in Finland show a clear, expected win by the opposition Centre Party. The party’s leader, 53-year-old millionaire Juha Sipilä from Oulu in northern Finland is poised to succeed Alexander Stubb as Finland’s next prime minister.

Deputy Minister Dmitry Rogozin’s stay in Svalbard was exclusively connected with logistical purposes, the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs underlines.