Reisende i Israel og Palestina bør gjøre seg kjent med UDs reiseråd, som vurderes jevnlig. Det gjøres oppmerksom på at situasjonen i området er ustabil og omskiftelig og at sikkerhetsforholdene raskt kan endre seg.

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Due to the humanitarian situation in Gaza, the Immigration Authorities in Norway (UDI), has decided to allow for exemption of the formal requirements for submitting an application for family reunification. This means that family members in Norway can lodge applications on behalf of their close family members, in Norway. Full text of the Circular (Norwegian only): Dokument-ID : RS 2014-017...

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‘The only viable way to bring the civilian losses and the enormous suffering in Gaza to an end is an early ceasefire. More than 180 people have been reported killed and some 1400 have been wounded during the attacks of the past week. Most of them are civilians, and many are women and children. This is unacceptable, and cannot be allowed to continue,’ said Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brend...

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‘The UN has declared an emergency in Gaza. A large number of civilians have been wounded, and there is an urgent need to increase the capacity of hospitals and ambulance services. Norway is sending NOK 30 million in emergency aid to Gaza,’ said Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brende.

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