Tag: Royal Norwegian Embassy Singapore

The Norwegian embassy Manila and Singapore announced ‘Open by appointment only’

Given the strict measures against the Covid-19 pandemic in the Philippines, the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Manila announced on 3 November 2020 that the embassy will only open to visitors with a prior appointment. A similar message was posted on the Norwegian embassy’s website for Singapore. Call or email the Embassy to make an appointment.…

Norwegian embassy Singapore announced closing notice on 15-16 Oct

Norwegian Embassy in Sinagpore announced a closing notice on 7 October 2020 that said: Passport services are unavailable on 15 October and 16 October. All consular services will resume on Tuesday, 20 October on an appointment basis only. We apologize for any inconvenience caused. Information regarding consular appointments: Consular Services are by appointment only and…

First ‘Arctic Frontiers Abroad Forum’ in Singapore

The Arctic Frontiers Abroad Forum was held in Singapore for the first time on 29 September 2017. Mr Sam Tan, Singapore’s Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Manpower, delivered opening remarks at the forum titled ‘The Future of the Arctic: Geopolitical, Environmental and Business Perspectives’. Launched…

Expanded Norwegian mother tounge teaching in Singapore

The Norwegian School of Singapore and the Norwegian School on the Internet in Norway have come up with a common model to make mother tongue tuition available to more students again. The goal is to create a robust and long-term organization with great involvement from parents, writes the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Singapore. The effort…

Norway’s Foreign Minister Brende urged openness in Singapore

The backlash to globalization is threatening to tear down the institutions that facilitate international cooperation and dialogue. But Norway’s Foreign Minister Børge Brende says allowing these forces to win is not an option, reports Royal Norwegian Embassy in Singapore. The Minister’s visit to the “Garden City” from 4-5 July 2017 was short but comprehensive. Minister…