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Statement to the Informals on the Environment
New York, 25 April 2006
In a statement to the Informal Consultations of the Plenary of the General Assembly on the Environment, Ambassador Johan L. Løvald outlined Norway 's views regarding the process, building on existing environmental structures, funding, science base, coherence, and normative functions.

Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg remarks to the UN Chief Executives Board meeting
Spain, 7 April 2006
In his address to the UN Chief Executive's Board meeting, Norway's Prime Minister and co-chair of the High-level Panel on System-wide Coherence said the Panel "will look at how the structures we have created to deal with development, environment and humanitarian assistance can be made more effective, on how we can create more system-wide coherence." He said the "focus will be in particular on the millennium development goals, and the prime aggregate expressions of our common targets for human development."

Foreign Minister Identifies Four UN Reform Challenges
Oslo, 14 March 2006
In a briefing on Norway's UN policy during a meeting with the Forum of Non Aligned Movement Ambassadors Resident in Oslo, on 14 March 2006, Norway's Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre stated that the “UN is struggling with at least four major challenges.”

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