Norway commemorates the 22 July terror

Across the country there will be held commemoration Tuesday to honor the victims of the terrorist attacks three years ago.

In all, 77 people were killed and around 90 wounded in terrorist attacks on 22 July 2011.

File photo: A previous year's commemoration of the one-man terrorist attack in Norway.

File photo: A previous year’s commemoration of the one-man terrorist attack in Norway.

In Oslo ceremony starts with an open event at 10 am in the government district, the water level at Aker Gata. It will be opened by John Hestnesfjellet, Deputy Chairman of the National Support for the 22 July events.

Then AUF leader Eskil Pedersen and Prime Minister Erna Solberg (H) will hold their speeches before the Prime Minister lays a wreath, followed by a minute’s silence. Representatives from government and Parliament will be present.

Read more: Norway Post

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