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Wednesday, March 27, 2013
NORWEGIAN GOVERNMENT MEA CULPA, FM EATS CROW OVER ALLEGATIONS OF NORWAY FUNDING TERRORISM…….
Norwegian government admits it’s connected to terror.
What a difference in tone. They always
were great in accusing Israel, now they have to defend themselves. Must
really suck for the government to be outed on the international arena as
having something in common with Anders Breivik.
A TRANSCRIPTION OF STATEMENTS MADE BY FM ESPEN BARTH EIDE ON NORWEGIAN TELEVISON CHANNEL NRK ON MARCH THE 21ST 2013. Source: Miff
Newscaster in the studio:
Norway’s FM Espen Barth Eide now enters the issue of the Palestinians
incarcerated over terrorism, meanwhile receiving large sums of money by
the authorities in Palestine. Actually, Norway donates large amounts of
money every year to the PA; according to FM Eide the government has been
misinformed on this issue.
Journalist Tormod Strand:
FM Espen Barth Eide is now making an attempt to clarify the issue of
which Dagsrevyen has revealed on fiscal support by the PA to Palestinian
prisoners convicted of terrorism. At first the (Norwegian) MFA denied
there was such an arrangement; after investigating thoroughly with
Palestine, things looks somewhat differently.
FM Espen Barth Eide: I
have certainly not received documentation of this money not going to
terrorism convicts; it is being informed of those being incarcerated for
long periods receiving more money than short period convicts. And
exactly that is the reason why we, with the UK, have asked to receive
further documentation in a letter recently sent the PA.
Strand: The FM says the PA has misinformed Norway.
Barth Eide: The insufficient documentation received at first, this was rather unfortunate..
Strand: NRK’s issues
led to the Storting’s Committee on Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs
raising this matter. There is a suspicion the Storting has not received
the correct information from the (Norwegian) MFA. On yesterday, the
Committee received a new letter. The leader of the Committee is not
Member of the Storting, Anders Aanundsen, leader of the Committee of Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs (Progressives):
I think there are some weaknesses in the letter. We have still not
received full clarity over when the MFA actually got to know about this
arrangement being different from what he had informed the Storting on
earlier; this means we have a basis to further evaluate whether a new
letter should be sent after this Easter.