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What is Poland's politics towards Norway?


Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,542
16 Dec 2008 #1
Since I live in Norway and read Polish newspapers (Mostly Rzeczpospolita) I don't see any attention toward Scandinavia or Norway. It is coming more and more Poles here and nothing about it in Poland :?
pawian 163 | 10,429
16 Dec 2008 #2
There is nothing about Scandinavia.

Too little importance. :):):)

I am really sorry.

Yes, there was sth today. The earthquake in Sweden was also received in northern Poland!
Polson 5 | 1,771
16 Dec 2008 #3
As we say in France, no news, good news ;)
OP Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,542
16 Dec 2008 #4
Earthquake in sweden? Woooh. Where did you get that info?

Thanks Polson I really like that French saying
pawian 163 | 10,429
16 Dec 2008 #5
Earthquake in sweden? Woooh. Where did you get that info?

thelocal.se/16374/20081216
Prince 15 | 590
16 Dec 2008 #6
polishforums.com/baltic_sea_sweden_initiative-34_28341_0.html
noimmigration
16 Dec 2008 #7
Please norway let us poles come and work in menial jobs.
OP Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,542
16 Dec 2008 #8
Mr Grunwald:

Earthquake in sweden? Woooh. Where did you get that info?

But, that happened today?!
I got something to talk about tomorrow..
Dziady - | 50
16 Dec 2008 #9
What is Poland's politics towards Norway?

Who cares?
polishgirltx
16 Dec 2008 #10
What is Poland's politics towards Norway?

something about fish exchange?
;)
Polson 5 | 1,771
16 Dec 2008 #11
Oil and gas (may be a better partner than Russia, sorry, MUST be ^^) ;)
OP Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,542
16 Dec 2008 #12
Who cares?

I feel that one very disturbing..

something about fish exchange?
;)

That's a good one! Norway sales fish but I didn't know that to Poland! Poles will get "healthy" like Norwegians ;)

Oil and gas (may be a better partner than Russia, sorry, MUST be ^^) ;)

That would be a good one, but unfortunate I think Norway has a bit to expensive gas prices.
McCoy 27 | 1,275
16 Dec 2008 #13
What is Poland's politics towards Norway?

we want your gas and oil.
polishgirltx
16 Dec 2008 #14
we want your fish....
Polson 5 | 1,771
16 Dec 2008 #15
That would be a good one, but unfortunate I think Norway has a bit to expensive gas prices

There is actually already a partnership between the two countries ;) And via Denmark if i remember well. There's a project, and Poland will be part of it.

we want your fish....

I have Norwegian salmon every Christmas (not under the Christmas tree tho ^^ on my table).
OP Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,542
16 Dec 2008 #16
I have Norwegian salmon every Christmas (not under the Christmas tree tho ^^ on my table).

I feel deply proud of my countries economic "power"

There is actually already a partnership between the two countries ;) And via Denmark if i remember well. There's a project, and Poland will be part of it.

Wth? Serriously I need accurate info so that I can show it to my classmates and my teachers! Please show it too me! plz plz plz
Polson 5 | 1,771
16 Dec 2008 #17
I feel deply proud of my countries economic "power"

You can, 3rd world biggest oil and gas producer, right? ;) hehe

Serriously I need accurate info so that I can show it to my classmates and my teachers! Please show it too me! plz plz plz

Can't remember the of the project... :/
Didn't have the time to read everything but here are 2 links:

Partnership projects
amb-norwegia.pl/norsk/E%c3%98Sfinansieringsordningene/Factsheet/PartnershipProjects/PartnershipsEEA.htm

Lotos
scandoil.com/moxie-bm2/news/spot_news/lotos-ep-in-new-polish-gains-off-norway.shtml
;)
Dziady - | 50
16 Dec 2008 #18
I feel that one very disturbing..

No, I mean that is the politics you asked about, more or less.
OP Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,542
17 Dec 2008 #19
Ah in that meaning, yeha I understand now
and Polson thanks for the link
Polson 5 | 1,771
17 Dec 2008 #20
You're welcome Mr G, but i didn't find what i was looking for. They were planning on building a...pipeline or sth, and Poland were to be part of the project. If only i could remember the name of the project...
Dziady - | 50
17 Dec 2008 #21
You're thinking of Skanled?
Polson 5 | 1,771
17 Dec 2008 #22
Might be Skanled, let me check ;)
pawian 163 | 10,429
17 Dec 2008 #23
You're welcome Mr G, but i didn't find what i was looking for. They were planning on building a...pipeline or sth, and Poland were to be part of the project. If only i could remember the name of the project...

The project has been dropped long ago and there are no chances/prospects for its revival. Why?
Firstly, Norwegian fuels are expensive. Not sure but can be twice as expensive as Russian ones.
Secondly, they are going to finish off in a few years` time which makes the whole enterprise senseless.
Dziady - | 50
17 Dec 2008 #24
The project has been dropped long ago

Yes...

and there are no chances/prospects for its revival.

...and no, it almost certainly will be revived relatively soon. The Baltic Pipe was laid. Clearly there will be a future effort to diversify fuel supplies again so as to get away from continued strict dependence on Russia, if not from Norway then from Denmark or Sweden.
osiol 55 | 3,922
17 Dec 2008 #25
Neutrogena's good stuff if your hands get dry. It only takes such a tiny amount too.

Where's my fee for this?
What? You mean I was supposed to be funny? No chance.

OP Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,542
18 Dec 2008 #26
if not from Norway then from Denmark or Sweden.

Denmark? Sweden? THey don't have any Oil or Gass? Holland and UK has, Not Sweden and Denmark ;P or did you mean they sell what they bought from Norway`?
Zebanex - | 2
19 Dec 2008 #27
Norwegian politics sucks. So do all the other socialistic politics. It ruins the economy of the state, steals from the ones who has done hard yacker to get what they have, and it makes it almost forbidden to be a rich man. Socialism is the worst thing, next to communism, and the fact that some idiots doesn't see that fact, makes it even worse. No, I'm a republiccan, and I will enter my grave as a republiccan.
OP Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,542
21 Dec 2008 #28
You know, the largest party in Norway is a Right wing "Radical" party?
Only thing that other parties unite together so that the "Radicals" won't have the power ;)
lesser 4 | 1,311
21 Dec 2008 #29
Norwegian politics sucks. So do all the other socialistic politics.

You know, the largest party in Norway is a Right wing "Radical" party?
Only thing that other parties unite together so that the "Radicals" won't have the power ;)

Could you please elaborate about this 'radical' party. Whether they are indeed radicals and why Grunwald consider them to be right wing? This is very hard to find reasonable source about Norwegian politics in Poland.
OP Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,542
24 Dec 2008 #30
Ofcourse it has maybe nothing to do with Polands politics towards Norway, I wanted to inform him about a party in Norway (FRP = Fremskrittspartiet) maybe it isn't that radical but, everybody in Norway looks at their members as radicals :P

Im no socialist (NEVAH) Still im not FRP either, hard to choose all of em are really crap.


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