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Merry Christmas Mr Trump, Norway PM says. The Norwegian Rightists’ Erna Solberg will be sending Donald Trump the Christmas card for the Festive Season. News of her move came in the same week as she sent her congratulations to the GOP’s president-elect upon his victory. The Office of the Prime Minister will be sending out some 1,000 Christmas cards with the blue background this year.

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Merry Christmas Mr Trump, Norway PM says

Published on Friday, 11th November, 2016 at 13:43 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .
Last Updated on 12th November 2016 at 09:50.

The Norwegian Rightists’ Erna Solberg will be sending Donald Trump the Christmas card for the Festive Season.

PM Solberg and the Christmas Card
PM Solberg and the Christmas Card
Photo: Office of the Prime Minister


News of her move came in the same week as she sent her congratulations to the GOP’s president-elect upon his victory.

The Office of the Prime Minister will be sending out some 1,000 Christmas cards with the blue background this year.

Recipients are domestic and international leaders, decision-makers, and organisations. They are those with whom Prime Minister Solberg has had meetings in the past year.

Some other names due to get Christmas cards are German Chancellor Angela Merkel, UK Prime Minister Theresa May, US President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Prime Ministers of the Nordic Countries.

This year’s winning motif has been chosen by a competition jury consisting of Prime Minister Erna Solberg, advisors from her Office, and a photographer.

It was taken in Vest-Agder County’s Sirdal by local man Frank Haughom. The photograph features his daughter, Birgitte, standing on top of a mountain in Josdalsheia.

Avisen Agder also reports that the Prime Minister chose the moon because she feels that it is an important symbol.

“The picture represents the future, about stretching oneself, and maybe achieving one’s dreams,” she told the regional publication.

Moreover, its shade is not found in many countries in the world, according to her.




Published on Friday, 11th November, 2016 at 13:43 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .
Last updated on 12th November 2016 at 09:50.

This post has the following tags: trump, christmas, uspresident, clinton.





  
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