Norway Today

Mon, 30 Nov 2015

Royal couple serving salmon in Indonesia

Norway Today
Monday the royal couple creases their sleeves up for Norway, promoting Norwegian salmon to a handful of Indonesian honorary guests in Jakarta.
The official visit to Indonesia begins Monday morning and before Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit have greeted the president of the country, they had to move in with a knife, apron and serving tray. Along with world champion chef Geir Skeie they prepared the salmon, which is considered one of Norway's export products with the greatest potential in the Southeast Asian country.
Trade and Industry Trond Giske (Labour), Minister of Environment Bård Vegar Solhjell (SV) and the State Secretaries of the Ministry of Fisheries and Coastal Affairs and the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy will accompany the royal couple during their visit to Indonesia from Monday to Wednesday. It is also the opening of Innovation Norway's new office in Jakarta
In advance of the visit, one of Indonesia's most popular television personalities have been in Norway and made an hour-long program, with interviews with the royal couple, Solhjell and Giske.The program will be sent on Metro TV in prime time, on 20 Saturday night.


Source : NTB scanpix /

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