An investigation has been opened against Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg, who allegedly violated coronavirus restrictions during her birthday celebrations.
Despite the restrictions imposed by Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg in combating the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak 26 The 60th birthday celebration in February drew reaction across the country. Norwegian police announced that an investigation was opened against Solberg for violating Covid-19 restrictions. In the statement made by the police, it was stated that “Against the background of the information revealed through the press, with the Prime Minister’s own statements, the police decided to initiate an investigation against the possibility of violation of the infectious disease regulation. The issue will be later evaluated by the prosecutor”.
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Prime Minister Solberg said in a statement, past the family in February that violates the restriction rules and February half-holidays 60. While celebrating his birthday, he confirmed that the government was acting against Covid-19 recommendations. Solberg said he gathered with 13 people, including family members, at the restaurant of a ski resort in Geilo, Norway on February 26, but he was not present at the meal because he was in the hospital for eye treatment. The next day, 14 people gathered in an apartment with him and acknowledged that the country did not comply with the restriction rules, Solberg said, “I am sorry that my family and I did not comply with the Covid-19 regulation, this should never have happened. Rize won the goal duel: Galatasaray – Çaykur Rize: 3-4Spor
“I made a mistake, I’m sorry”
Expressing his regret in his statement, Solberg said, “Especially the things they are looking forward to I think of everyone who had to cancel, a birthday with classmates, a celebration with friends, or anything else that matters. I understand those who are angry and disappointed at this situation. I made a mistake and I want to say I’m sorry for that. ”Norwegian infection According to the control rules, the highest number of gatherings in the country at special events was stated as 10 people.