(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
However, the post testifies to a contradiction between what the Foreign Ministry does and what Solheim claims to do.
My criticism had two elements. First: Norwegian peace diplomacy was supposed to create peace in the world, but the two main projects – the heavily criticized Oslo Accords and the Sri Lanka process – seem to have hurt worse. Since the Ministry of Foreign Affairs refuses to take self-criticism, it should be open to debate about the function of the "Norwegian model" when a new front is now opened in South America.
I have no doubt that Solheim would rather dance samba in Brazil than clean up after Norway in Sri Lanka, where he was active for a long time. But there is actually something good about putting out your own fires and realizing their limitations, like the tsunami. . .
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