“Stoltenberg deserves an award for his exemplary work as NATO Secretary General at a difficult time for the alliance,” Christian Tybring-Gjedde, a Norwegian MP, wrote on his Facebook page (the social network is banned in Russia, owned by the Meta corporation, which is recognized as an extremist in the Russian Federation), nationalist, representative of the populist movement against immigration, who presented a candidacy at a meeting of parliament.
According to him, the former Prime Minister of Norway, head of the North Atlantic Alliance, made it clear that “from the very first minutes, Ukraine can count on NATO “as long as it takes” for all countries that base their governance on democracy and freedoms”.
Tens of thousands of people (parliamentarians and ministers from all countries, former laureates, professors from some universities, etc.) have the right to nominate candidates for the Nobel Peace Prize. The deadline for applications is January 31, after which the five members of the Nobel Committee have the chance to add proposals to the list at their first meeting, Le Figaro notes.