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The NSM committee has handed over its report

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The NSM committee has handed over its report

The NSM committee has today handed over its report to the Ministry of Justice and Emergency Preparedness. The report is a result of the government setting up an expert group that has reviewed the circumstances surrounding the loan agreements entered into between NSM and Norwegian Property.

– We will now follow up on the report. The report will be sent to the Storting today, and I have offered to come to the Storting to hold a meeting when they find it expedient, says Minister of Justice and Emergency Emilie Enger Mehl.

Before Christmas, the committee was commissioned by the government to review the circumstances surrounding the loan agreement that NSM entered into in connection with the rental of premises in Snarøyveien in Fornebu.

On Friday, the report from the selection was handed over to Minister of Justice and Emergency Emilie Enger Mehl.

– I would like to thank the committee for a thorough job, which they have carried out with a short deadline. I will now familiarize myself with the findings and recommendations from the committee, and they will be followed up by the government, says Mehl.

– What has happened in NSM is serious. It has been important for the government to obtain all the facts about what happened when NSM entered into this agreement, and whether anything could have been done differently in the ministry.

The government shut down the selection after the Ministry of Justice and Emergency Preparedness discovered that NSM had entered into a loan agreement to the value of 200 million with the landlord of premises, Norwegian Property. The loan agreement was entered into without authorization from the ministry. When the Ministry of Justice and Emergency Preparedness was made aware of the agreement, measures were immediately taken to repay the loan and to uncover the circumstances.

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As a result of the circumstances surrounding the loan agreement that NSM entered into, then NSM director Sofie Nystrøm resigned from her position on 8 December 2023. Major-General (p) Lars Christian Aamodt took over as the new interim leader from 01 January 2024.

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