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Norway: “Our community is vulnerable” – New PM Store after attack in Kongsberg

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Mandatory Credit: Norwegian government

Overshadowed by the horrific attack in Kongsberg that left five dead, Norwgian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Store stated in Oslo on Thursday that the terrorist attack showed that the Norwegian community was ‘vulnerable.’
“This is a very strange day to present the new government. Because last night in Kongsberg, we experienced a terrible and awful attack on innocent people,” stated Store.
Store expressed relief that the 37-year-old main suspect had been arrested. His Labour Party (Arbeiderpartiet) formed a minority government together with the Centre Party, which meant that his party was dependent on the support of other parties in parliament for both the budget and legislative proposals.
“This event shows that our community is vulnerable. There is no need for us to conclude on the motive, that is something the police will do through their work, but it shows us that we have to be prepared,” Store went on to say.
In total, Store’s cabinet consisted of eight ministers and and ten female ministers, with an average age of 46 years, and of which two ministers were survivors of the Utoya attack in 2011.
Mandatory credit to Norwegian government

SOT, Jonas Gahr Store, Norwegian Prime Minister (Norwegian): “This is a very strange day to present the new government. Because last night in Kongsberg, we experienced a terrible and awful attack on innocent people.”

SOT, Jonas Gahr Store, Norwegian Prime Minister (Norwegian): “I am relieved that the police have arrested the perpetrator, but the outcome is deeply tragic, with five people that have lost their life, and two that are injured.” *MULTIPLE SHOTS AT SOURCE*

SOT, Jonas Gahr Store, Norwegian Prime Minister (Norwegian): “This event shows that our community is vulnerable. There is no need for us to conclude on the motive, that is something the police will do through their work, but it shows us that we have to be prepared, both through police work, but also in society in general, to combat these serious events.”

SOT, Jonas Gahr Store, Norwegian Prime Minister (Norwegian): “We have two ministers in our parliament that were at Utoya the 22th of July, 2011, and six others in the government system that were also there. That was a terrorist attack, and the events that unfolded yesterday makes us think about those who have been through these kinds of horrible events, and we will stand with them.”

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