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The Foreigner PACE’s Brasseur to 22 July commemoration. The Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly President will participate in the ceremonies commemorating the 77 victims of the Oslo and Utøya terrorist attacks. Anne Brasseur will share her sympathies for them as well as her support for establishing 22nd July as the European Day for Victims of Hate Crime. Her visit also includes bilateral talks with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg, President of the Norwegian Parliament Olemic Thommessen, and Minister for Local Government and Modernisation Jan Tore Sanner.

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PACE’s Brasseur to 22 July commemoration

Published on Wednesday, 22nd July, 2015 at 00:02 under the news category, by Sarah Bostock.

The Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly President will participate in the ceremonies commemorating the 77 victims of the Oslo and Utøya terrorist attacks.



Anne Brasseur will share her sympathies for them as well as her support for establishing 22nd July as the European Day for Victims of Hate Crime.

Her visit also includes bilateral talks with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg, President of the Norwegian Parliament Olemic Thommessen, and Minister for Local Government and Modernisation Jan Tore Sanner.

Ms Brasseur will in addition meet the Chair of the Norwegian delegation to PACE Ingjerd Schou, Director of the European Wergeland Centre Ana Perona-Fjeldstad, and the Co-ordinator of the Norwegian national campaign of the No Hate Speech Movement.                                 

She will subsequently travel to Lillehammer, where she will visit the Nansen Humanistic Academy and the Nansen Centre for Peace and Dialogue.

The 22nd July commemoration ceremonies will be broadcast live here.



Published on Wednesday, 22nd July, 2015 at 00:02 under the news category, by Sarah Bostock.

This post has the following tags: 22july, oslo, utya.





  
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