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Relations between Brazil and Norway are cordial, based on shared values and characterized by mutual respect. In the past years, contact between Governments, companies, and individuals from both countries have intensified, adding dynamism to the bilateral relations.

Both countries are committed to peace, human rights, and sustainable development, maintaining a political dialogue on issues on the international agenda and co-operating within the framework of the United Nations in matters such as peace and security, democracy, human rights, health, climate change, and sustainable development.

Brazil and Norway have partnerships in the areas of energy, science, technology and education, and environment. A number of agreements in force establish bilateral initiatives in matters such as climate change – including the Norwegian donation of $1 billion to the Amazon Fund –; research and development in oil and gas; aquaculture and fishing resources; economic cooperation; taxation; cooperation among customs administrations; and academic mobility, including the Science without Borders Program.

Brazil has consolidated its position as the largest trade partner of Norway in Latin America. Norway has become Brazil's largest importer of the Nordic countries. Bilateral trade grew from $385 million in 2002 to $1.82 billion in 2014. Among non-European countries, Brazil is the sixth largest exporter to Norway – behind China, USA, Canada, South Korea, and Japan.

Norway is a major investor in Brazil. The main sectors in which Norwegian companies operate in Brazil are oil and gas, shipbuilding, maritime services, mining, and production of fertilizers and renewable energies. In Norway, a Brazilian company owns the largest oilseed processor plant in the country.


Chronology of bilateral relations

2017 – Visit of President Michel Temer to Oslo (June 22-23)

2016 – The Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Tord Lien, visits Brazil to discuss bilateral cooperation on the petroleum and gas sectors (November)

2015  Visit to Brazil of His Royal Highness the Crown Prince Haakon (November 16) [Adopted act]

2014 – The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Norway, Børge Brende, visits Brazl (Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia - February 19-20)

2013 – The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Antonio de Aguiar Patriota, visits Norway (Oslo, June 18-19)

2012 – Establishment of the Dialogue on Energy and of the Task Force for Cooperation in Science, Technology, and Innovation, with emphasis on the petroleum and gas productive chain

2012 – Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg visits Brazil on the occasion of the Rio+20 Conference

2011 – The Brazil Strategy Paper is published, a document on the Norwegian position on the bilateral relations

2011 – Establishment of the Brazil-Norway Mechanism of Political Consultation

2011 – The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Norway, Jonas Gahr Støre, visits Brazil (March 30)

2010 – The President of the Storting, Dag Terje Andersen, and the President of the Sami Parliament, Egil Olli, visit Brazil

2008 – Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg visits Brazil. A Norwegian contribution to the Amazon Fund is announced

2007 – State visit of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva to Norway

2007 – The Council of Brazilian Citizens is established in Norway

2003 – Prime Minister Kjell Magne Bondevik visits Brazil

2003 – State visit of King Harald V to Brazil. Brazil-Norway Seminar: Peace, Reconciliation and Mediation - New Themes of Foreign Policy (October 7)

2002 – The Brazil-Norway Chamber of Commerce is established, headquartered in Oslo

2002 – Vice President Marco Maciel visits Norway

1998 – Prime Minister Kjell Magne Bondevik visits Brazil

1995 – The Norway-Brazil Chamber of Commerce is established, headquartered in Rio de Janeiro

1992 – Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland visits Brazil on the occasion of the Rio-92 Conference

1991 – President Fernando Collor de Mello visits Norway

1967 – State visit of King Olav V to Brazil

1905 – Brazil is one of the first five countries to recognize the independence of the Kingdom of Norway


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