France–Norway relations

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Franco-Norwegian relations
Map indicating locations of Norway and France


The French embassy in Oslo, Norway
The residence of the Norwegian Ambassador in Paris, France

France–Norway relations are foreign relations between France and Norway.

Both countries established diplomatic relations in 1905, after Norway’s independence. France has an embassy in Oslo. Norway has an embassy in Paris.

Both countries are full members of NATO, and of the Council of Europe. There are around 2,000 Norwegian people living in France and around 3,571 French people living in Norway.[1]

Both nations have Territorial claims in Antarctica, and mutually recognise each other's claims, as well as those from the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia.


There are two French international schools in Norway:

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