(June 19, 2006) Norway has reportedly established a $20,000 fund for the World Bank to undertake a study of odious and illegitimate debt.
(February 10, 2006) Norway plays a key role in efforts to cancel odious debt," says Christian Aid’s Jonathan Glennie. The government and opposition are both open to supporting poor countries repudiate their debt.
(November 2, 2005) Norway’s new coalition government has signalled its intention to support the cancellation of illegitimate debt owed by the world’s poorest countries and the establishment of an international court to hear matters concerning illegitimate debt claims.
(January 1, 2003) The Norwegian government is launching its new Plan of Action for Debt Relief for Development, which is a follow-up to the Norwegian Debt Relief Strategy of 1998.