Norwegian PM Solberg on the challenge of boosting Europe language families: 38 languages 2 days ago   11:53

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Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg granted an interview to FRANCE 24 on the sidelines of the African Union summit in Addis Ababa. Solberg was attending her first AU summit, where she came to talk about the UN's Sustainable Development Goals and in particular the issue of health, a major concern in Africa. On Brexit, the Norwegian PM expressed hope that a deal could be reached, even though a no-deal scenario is looking increasingly likely. Finally, she discussed Norway's relations with Russia.

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Why are you spending insane amounts of taxpayer's money on vaccinating people in foreign countries? For decades and decades. Someone should look into that. And they don't have the power to keep soldiers from foreign countries in Norway - and now there are soldiers from both the US and the UK stationed there. What on earth are they naive can they get..
Gerald Miller
I like her and the US troop thing has been going on for a very long time. We have been rotating people in there for training and we bring people from many nations to the US for training purposes. It is normal.
She is overweight.
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Europe language families: 38 languages Norwegian PM Solberg on the challenge of boosting 2 days ago   15:37

Video made for fun, I'm not a linguist.
00:10 Greece; 00:40 South-Slavic group (Bulgaria, Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia, Bosnia, Serbia); 2:50 Basque (language isolate) in Spain, France; 3:20 West-Slavic group (Czechia, Slovakia, Poland); 4:19 Celtic group (Irish, Welsh, Scottish Gaelic); 5:25 Armenian (independent); 6:00 Uralic group (Finland, Hungary, Estonia);
7:10 Latin romance group (Italy, Portugal, Spain, Moldova, France, Romania,Catalan)
10:00 East-Slavic group (Russia, Belarus, Ukraine)
11:10 Baltic group (Latvia, Lithuania); 12:10 Albanian (independent) ;
12:35 Germanic group (Norway, Netherlands, Germany, English, Iceland, Sweden, Denmark, Faroese)

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