Norway: ‘Lobster’ Parliament After Bomb Threat · Global Voices

Alarm signaled today (03.04.2024) in its House when it received a threat to . Immediately, police reinforced security measures around the Norwegian Parliament building, excluding surrounding roads to investigate the site for a bomb. Participants in public hearings attending discussions within the building were asked to leave, while members of parliament normally continue their work, including Question Time to ministers, said a representative of the House. Police spokesman said: “We are on the ground with several patrols to secure Parliament and prevent any incidents. We have no information so far about a threat to third parties “. Armed police officers equipped against the protests set up metal bars to prevent access to the building located in central Oslo, where security measures are usually more discreet. In Norway police don’t usually carry guns.