Jonas Gahr Støre

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Jonas Gahr Støre
Støre in February 2016
36th Prime Minister of Norway
Assumed office
14 October 2021
MonarchHarald V
Preceded byErna Solberg
Leader of the Opposition
In office
14 June 2014 – 14 October 2021
MonarchHarald V
Prime MinisterErna Solberg
Preceded byJens Stoltenberg
Succeeded byErna Solberg
Leader of the Labour Party
Assumed office
14 June 2014
DeputyHelga Pedersen
Hadia Tajik
Trond Giske
Bjørnar Skjæran
Preceded byJens Stoltenberg
Minister of Health and Care Services
In office
21 September 2012 – 16 October 2013
Prime MinisterJens Stoltenberg
Preceded byAnne-Grete Strøm-Erichsen
Succeeded byBent Høie
Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
17 October 2005 – 21 September 2012
Prime MinisterJens Stoltenberg
Preceded byJan Petersen
Succeeded byEspen Barth Eide
Member of the Storting
for Oslo
Assumed office
1 October 2009
Personal details
Born (1960-08-25) 25 August 1960 (age 63)
Oslo, Norway
Political partyLabour (1995–present)
Other political
Conservative (before 1989)
Spouse(s)Marit Slagsvold
Alma materRoyal Norwegian Naval Academy
Sciences Po
Military service
Allegiance Norway
Branch/service Navy

Jonas Gahr Støre (born 25 August 1960) is a Norwegian politician. In 2021, Støre became the 36th Prime Minister of Norway. He is the leader of the Labour Party since 2014. He was Minister of Foreign Affairs from 2005 to 2012 and as Minister of Health and Care Services from 2012 to 2013. He has been a member of the Storting since 2009.[1]

He owns a company, and since 2020 that company does not own shares in any investment funds; The company has its funds in [one or more] bank[s]; Støre said in 2021 that the type of investments that he has - were a topic of election campaigns before 2021.[2]

In September 2021, the Labour party won the most seats in the Storting making Støre the favorite to be the next Prime Minister of Norway.[3]

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  1. Støre, Jonas Gahr ( 1960- ) Retrieved 7 November 2013. (in Norwegian)
  2. Retrieved 14 October 2021
  3. "Conservative PM concedes defeat as in Norway's elections". AP NEWS. 2021-09-13. Retrieved 2021-09-13.