The prime minister and 3,000 has taken part for the sustainability goals

Bergen.Prime Minister Erna Solberg : Marit Hommedal / NTB scanpix

At least 3,000 people, including Prime Minister Erna Solberg, participated Saturday night at the UN Sustainable Development Goals in Bergen.

Solberg opened the walk.

– Last year we shut up for going too fast. It’s not about being the fastest today. It is important to learn as much as possible on the road, the prime minister told the attendance, according to Bergens Tidende.

The night walkers passed 17 stations on the way up to Skansen and down to Vågsallmenningen. Each station had a box of sustainability goals written down.

– I know them, but I have to think a little, Solberg answers questions from BT if she knows all the goals.

– I sometimes have trouble remembering them in Norwegian, because I talk so often about them internationally, adds the prime minister.

When asked what she thinks of Norway as part of the oil-related problem, Solberg replies that Norway must invest cleaner.

– I think that access to energy is extremely important for creating development in the future, and that we must have greater access to clean energy. But we will not reach our goals if we simply cut out, for example, gas production, without a gradual decline. That is a dilemma, Solberg tells the newspaper.

 © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today


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