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OSLO, March 29. /TASS/. No one of the members of the Norwegian government will arrive in Moscow to take part in the V-Day celebrations on May 9, Norwegian Foreign Minister Borge Brende said on Sunday.
He said that presence of Norwegian government officials at the V-Day Parade would be a "wrong signal" concerning Russia’s violations of international law and destabilization of the situation in eastern Ukraine.
Earlier in the week, the press service of the Norwegian government told TASS Prime Minister Erna Solberg would not go to Moscow.