Prime Minister of Norway – Security Council Media Stakeout (25 January 2022)

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Prime Minister of Norway, H.E. Mr. Jonas Gahr Støre, addressing reporters at the Security Council Stakeout following the UN Security Council Open Debate ‘War in cities: protection of civilians in urban settings’.

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