In a significant development, Norway has made the decision to remove Pakistan from its National Threat Assessment List, as reported by the media on Sunday.

This decision comes after effective diplomatic efforts by Pakistan, which successfully persuaded Norwegian authorities to exclude Pakistan from their list of nations of security concern.

The announcement was made through the latest report issued by Norway’s Police Security Service, which is responsible for intelligence and security matters within the country.

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

Pakistan’s diplomatic initiatives have paid off, resulting in its removal from the list. This decision is expected to enhance Pakistan’s positive image on the global stage and open up new educational opportunities for its students and researchers.


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