Cabinet of prime minister Støre

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The executive power of the government of Norway is headed by Jonas Gahr Støre. Støre's time in power started in 2021.

On October 14, the cabinet was formed by politicians from two political parties: the Labour party and the Centre Party.

Ministers (or members of the Cabinet)[change | change source]

Position Name
Prime minister Jonas Gahr Støre His time in power started on October 14, 2021.[1]
Finance minister Trygve Slagsvold Vedum
Trygve S Vedum kandidater Sp, stortingsvalget 2013.jpg
Since 2021
Foreign minister Anniken Huitfeldt
Norges kulturminister Anniken Huitfeldt under ett nordiskt kulturministermote vid Nordiska Radets session 2011 i Kopenhamn.jpg
Since 2021[2]
Justice minister Emilie Enger Mehl
Emilie Enger Mehl.jpg
Since 2021. She was chosen from one of the districts of Innlandet county, to become a member of parliament.[3]
Trade and industry minister Jan Christian Vestre
Jan Christian Vestre.jpg
Since 2021[4]
Transport and communications minister Jon-Ivar Nygård
Jon-Ivar Nygård.JPG
Since 2021
Labour, social affairs, and integration Hadia Tajik
Hadia Tajik 2017.jpg
Since 2021
Oil and energy minister Marte Mjøs Persen
Marte Mjøs Persen.jpg
Since 2021
Health and care services minister Ingvild Kjerkol
Ingvild Kjerkol portrett 2011.jpg
Since 2021[5]
Culture and equality minister Anette Trettebergstuen
Anette Trettebergstuen.jpg
Since 2021
Climate and the Environment minister Espen Barth Eide
Nordiskt-baltiskt statsministermote under Nordiska radets session i Helsingfors (1).jpg
Since 2021
Defense minister Odd Roger Enoksen
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Since 2021. He comes from Nordland county.[6]
Local government and modernisation minister Bjørn Arild Gram
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Since 2021
Higher education and research minister Ola Borten Moe
Ole Borten Moe.jpg
Since 2021[7]
Education minister Tonje Brenna
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Since 2021
Agriculture and food minister Sandra Borch
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Since 2021[8]
"Family minister",[9] or Children and families minister Kjersti Toppe
Kjersti Toppe kandidater Sp, stortingsvalget 2013 (2).jpg
Since 2021
International development minister Anne Beathe Tvinnereim
Anne Beathe Tvinnereim (2017-03-23 bilde01).jpg
Since 2021
Fisheries minister Bjørnar Skjæran
Bjørnar Skjæran, fylkesvaraordførerkandidat (15746492405).jpg
Since 2021

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