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Norway’s PM calls for ‘stronger multilateral cooperation’ amid Covid-19 crisis

By France24
04 April 2020   |   11:24 am
In an interview with FRANCE 24, Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg discussed the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic in her country. She also called for "stronger multilateral cooperation" and urged more countries to contribute to a multi-donor fund Norway has created at the United Nations to help developing nations deal with the consequences of the global health crisis.

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