Norwegians believe more international cooperation is needed to stop a new pandemic, new survey shows

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In a new survey, four out of five Norwegians answered that international cooperation is the best way to stop a new pandemic. But few believe that there will be more cooperation.

“The corona pandemic has shown how closely intertwined we are in the world, that we must deal with common crises across national borders. 

“It is interesting that so many Norwegians believe that cooperation is the way to go, but still have so little faith that the world will come together for common solutions,” Norad director Bård Vegar Solhjell noted.

In a survey conducted by Norstat among 1,000 Norwegians in November, it appears that 82% of those surveyed believe that international cooperation is the best way to stop a new pandemic. 

At the same time, only 27% answered that they actually believe there will be more international cooperation.

“We have a job to do when it comes to building more trust in international cooperation,” Solhjell said.

Source: #Norway Today, #NorwayTodayNews

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