The main objective of the Norwegian Embassy is to promote Norwegian interests in Malaysia and further develop bilateral relations. The ties between the two countries are strong. The two nations enjoy long-standing and good relations in the political, economic and cultural fields.

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Norwegian political economist Just Faaland passed away last Friday in Norway.

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On 16 February 2017 - Salcon Berhad through its subsidiary Tanjung Jutaria Sdn. Bhd. (TJ) entered into a Share Subscription cum Purchase Agreement (SSPA) and a Shareholders Agreement (SA) with Norwegian companies Rayvn AS, Total Safety AS, and Enovate AS to acquire 50.5% shareholding in the company. The signing ceremony took place at the residence of the Ambassador of Norway to Malaysia, His...

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Ibsen Award

The Ibsen Scholarships were initiated by the Norwegian government and will be handed out for the 9th time in 2017.

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Norgesskolen is a two and a half week summer school in Norwegian language and culture.

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State secretary Laila Bokhari visited Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia from 16th to 19th of January 2017. The fight against terror and extremism, regional questions, as well as issues related to women’s role in conflict were central topics for the official visit to Malaysia.

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Den norske ambassaden i Kuala Lumpur er på Facebook. Klikk linken nedenfor og lik oss for å få oppdatert informasjon om arrangement som ambassaden tar del i, oppdateringer og generell informasjon. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Royal-Norwegian-Embassy-in-Kuala-Lumpur/1544606015784787 . Du finner også link til Facebook-siden vår nederst på nettsiden.  

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Oslo, December 13, 2016: Scatec Solar has entered the Malaysian large-scale solar energy market by joining forces with a local ItraMAS-led consortium that has signed three 21-year Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) with the country's largest electricity utility, Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB).

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Kurdish-Norwegian director Zaradasht Ahmed’s Nowhere to Hide named Best Feature-Length Documentary at the world’s largest documentary film festival.

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‘Fisheries crime poses a threat to the world’s fisheries resources and to economic development in developing countries. International cooperation is essential in the fight against this type of crime,’ said Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brende. Norway will provide NOK 39.7 million in support of UN efforts to combat fisheries crime.

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Oslo Innovation Week OIW2016

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