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Enquiries from the media regarding the activities of the Royal Family may be directed to the Head of Communication Guri Varpe or Assistant Head of Communication Sven Gj. Gjeruldsen. They can always be reached through the Palace's switchboard, manned 24 hours a day: telephone +47 22 04 87 00 or dedicated press telephone +47 414 69 999.
Norway has been selected as the Guest of Honour for 2019 at the Frankfurt Book Fair, the world’s most important trade fair for books. This project is the largest cultural promotion effort Norway has ever carried out abroad. Her Royal Highness The Crown Princess has taken on the role of ambassador for Norwegian literature in the international arena.
‘The world is facing major challenges, and in the future there will be a need for more food, more jobs, more energy and more transport. The ocean holds the key to solving many of these challenges, but can only do so if we ensure that it is clean, healthy and productive. The Our Ocean conference will be an important meeting place for all those who want to improve the state of the ocean,’ said Prime Minister Erna Solberg.
Her Royal Highness Princess Ingrid Alexandra will be confirmed in the Palace Chapel at the Royal Palace on Saturday, 31 August 2019, at 12:00 noon. Information for accredited members of the press.
HRH Crown Prince Haakon will make an official visit to Tonga, Fiji and Samoa in the period 5-11 April 2019. Minister of International Development Dag-Inge Ulstein will accompany the Crown Prince on the visit to Tonga and Fiji.
Her Royal Highness Princess Ingrid Alexandra will be confirmed in the Palace Chapel at the Royal Palace on Saturday, 31 August 2019.
Their Majesties King Harald and Queen Sonja of Norway will visit the Nordic World Ski Championships in Seefeld, Austria, from 25th of February to 1st of March 2019.
Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mette-Marit has been diagnosed with a chronic pulmonary disease that may at times limit her ability to carry out her official programme.