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ISLAMABAD: In a significant development, Norway has taken the decision to remove Pakistan from its National Threat Assessment list, a private news channel reported on Sunday.

This decision follows effective diplomatic efforts by Pakistan, which successfully persuaded Norwegian authorities to exclude Pakistan’s name from their list of nations of security concern.

The announcement came through the latest report issued by Norway’s Police Security Service, which holds responsibility for intelligence and security matters within the country.

For years, Pakistan, among other nations, had been listed in Norway’s National Threat Assessment, posing challenges for Pakistani students and researchers who encountered obstacles due to their country’s inclusion on the list.

Pakistan’s diplomatic initiatives bore fruit, leading to its removal from the list.

This decision is anticipated to bolster Pakistan’s positive image on the global platform and create new educational opportunities for its students and researchers.

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Aam Aadmi Apr 09, 2024 08:58am
Congratulations! And wait for the day when it will be back into Norway's NTA list because we cannot control ourselves.
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AZEEM ALAM Apr 09, 2024 02:32pm
Thank you so much Norway we hope this will boost the relationship between both countries.
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Asi Apr 09, 2024 03:22pm
see the happiness of our people as it's show we were real threat to them at that time and now we are with pure souls
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Syed Matloob Naqvi Apr 09, 2024 03:43pm
Thanks Nowrway Government to exclude Pakistan from its NTA List its really appreciable step towords good relationships vs Pakistan and Norways authorities.welldone .
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Syed Matloob Naqvi Apr 09, 2024 03:49pm
Congratulations To everyone in Pakistan to hear this wounderful News that Norway Government have removed Pakistan its NTA List.Thanks even big thanks
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Atif khan daudzai Apr 09, 2024 05:22pm
I'm leaving already in Norway..and this is one of the best Disney among the two nations good for all our brother and sister thank you so much
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Iqbal Younus Apr 09, 2024 06:27pm
Pakistan was never been a threat to Norway people of Pakistan always love to live in peace with every nation including all our neighbors. Thank you Norway to acknowledge it!!
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Faisal Apr 09, 2024 08:36pm
Don't know what enmity Pakistan has with these some European nations,an act by any individual doesn't Justifies that whole nation should be blamed for it.
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balloon Apr 09, 2024 10:57pm
Mr Norway thank you for not seeing us as threat anymore. Now I am waiting to be included in visa free countries list by Norway. Pakistan suffered from your weak decision and bias decision.
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Mubashir Apr 09, 2024 11:01pm
Disgusted to know we were even on such a list. Undeserved and prejudiced.
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KKK Apr 10, 2024 03:56am
Did it happen due to change in government?
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Farhan Sultan Qazi Apr 10, 2024 04:33am
Visas open
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Twadi pehn di Apr 10, 2024 08:37am
we will be back in the list soon.
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Tariq Apr 10, 2024 09:08am
At first I thought it is something bad but when I studied That NTA stands for National threat Assessment then I got happy about it Love for Norway From Pakistan
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