Jonas Gahr Støre

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Person.png Jonas Gahr Støre  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(politician, diplomat, millionaire, deep state operative)
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Born25 August 1960
Alma materRoyal Norwegian Naval Academy, Sciences Po
Parents • Ulf Jonas Støre
• Unni Gahr
Member ofEuropean Council on Foreign Relations, International Crisis Group/Board
PartyNorwegian Labour Party
Prime Minister of Norway since 2021. Formerly chief of staff to Gro Harlem Brundtland at the World Health Organization.

Employment.png Prime Minister of Norway Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
14 October 2021 - Present
Preceded byErna Solberg

Employment.png Leader of Norwegian Labour Party

In office
14 June 2014 - Present
Preceded byJens Stoltenberg

Employment.png Norway/Minister of Health and Care Services

In office
21 September 2012 - 16 October 2013

Employment.png Norway/Minister of Foreign Affairs

In office
17 October 2005 - 21 September 2012
BossJens Stoltenberg
Preceded byJan Petersen
Succeeded byEspen Barth Eide

Employment.png Member of the Storting

In office
1 October 2009 - Present

Jonas Gahr Støre is a Norwegian politician who has been the prime minister of Norway since 2021 and has been Leader of the Labour Party since 2014. He served under Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg as Minister of Foreign Affairs from 2005 to 2012, where he oversaw Norway's participation in the 2011 NATO-led war on Libya. and as Minister of Health and Care Services from 2012 to 2013. He has also been a Member of the Storting for Oslo since 2009.


Støre grew up in West End Oslo. He underwent naval officer training at the Norwegian Naval Academy and then studied political science at Sciences Po in Paris from 1981 to 1985. Originally associated with the Conservative Party, he was a career special adviser and director-general in the Prime Minister's Office from 1989 to 1997, serving under prime ministers Jan Syse, Gro Harlem Brundtland, and Thorbjørn Jagland.


He became known as a protégé of Brundtland in the 1990s, and her mentorship inspired him to become a member of the Labour Party in 1995. In 1998, he followed Brundtland to the World Health Organization where he became her chief of staff. Støre was State Secretary and Chief of Staff in the Prime Minister's Office in the first government of Jens Stoltenberg; the government was inspired by New Labour and oversaw the most widespread privatization in Norwegian history. He later served as Secretary-General of the Norwegian Red Cross from 2003 to 2005.[1] Like his political mentors Brundtland and Stoltenberg, Støre is associated with the business-friendly right-wing of the Labour Party. When he joined the cabinet in 2005, he was perceived as part of a group of "West End executives" and confidantes of Stoltenberg that represented a shift to the right.[2] His tenure as foreign minister nevertheless made him the most popular member of the cabinet.[3]


Full article: Nord Stream/Sabotage

Ola Tunander pointed to Prime Minister Støre’s whereabouts on the 27 September 2022, on the day of the inauguration of the "Baltic Pipe", bringing natural gas from Norway to Poland. The inauguration happened on the same day as when the Russian Nord Stream pipeline was sabotaged, an operation Norwegian navy divers was part of.[4]

Tunander points out the calendar of the Prime Minister’s Office and writes: "Nothing is stated about his whereabouts on the 27th of September. He would have had plenty of time to attend the inauguration in Szczecin. The Prime Minister’s Office claimed that Støre stayed in Oslo on 27 September, to work with the budget, but this is not a credible argument: firstly there was almost nobody in Oslo he could talk to (practically everyone in the Cabinet were travelling on the 27th); secondly, the only reason why Støre would cancel such an important inauguration together with the Danish and Polish prime ministers would have been something very serious. But nothing serious had happened. He had even taken the time to visit an upcoming factory and a school competition the previous day, and the decision to cancel the trip to Poland had been taken - not on the day before but on 21st or 22nd of September."[4]


An appointment by Jonas Gahr Støre

Hadia TajikNorway/Minister of Labour and Social Inclusion14 October 2021


Event Participated in

WEF/Annual Meeting/201620 January 201623 January 2016Switzerland
World Economic Forum
Attended by a lot of people, both leaders and followers


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