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- This should not be a surprise

MUNICH (Dagbladet): - This was already in the last year in Jeløyaerklæringen. There stood that gruvetillatelsene that were given and those who were during digestion, should resolution. This should not come surprising to some – either in or around the Left, says prime minister Erna Solberg (H) to Dagbladet.

AKSJONERTE: Nature and Youth demonstrated gruvedumping in Repparfjord on the palace square on Friday. Video: NTB Scanpix Show more Show more

Activists and politicians – also from the KrFU and the Young Left - is set to link themselves firmly to stop the development. But Solberg suggests that the protests come in the latest made.

It was clear already before the Left went into government that the Right and conservative party - with the support of the Labour party had the majority in Parliament behind them in the desire to develop the mineral industry in Norway. This was a premise on Jeløya, at the same time that we said that we should not create more new sjødeponier outside of these, says the prime minister.

Protests

the Left and the party leader Trine Skei Grande have got a lot of criticism from environmental activists after it yesterday, it was clear that the Ministry provides driftskonsesjon to Nussirs kobberutvinning in Kvalsund in Finnmark. It is the plan of a disposal site for mine waste at the bottom of the Repparfjorden that provokes.

Erna Solberg was Friday in Munich in connection with the annual sikkerhetskonferansen in the sørtyske the city. Questions from the Newspaper about what she thinks about the reactions, not least against regjeringspartner Left, she says as follows:

- That the reactions are going now, it should have though because this was regulated already at Jeløya in the last year.

So those who react now, should have though of that before?

- There is nothing new in this. That this area was regulated, that this permission would be able to come, was well known, she says.

Cheering on the protesters

Both the Grande and the climate and miljøminister Ola Elvestuen went vigorously against deponiplanene when the Right - and conservative party-the government in 2014 gave the green light to dumping of mine waste in the Repparfjorden.

MET with the PROTESTERS: Left-leader Trine Skei Grande met activists from Nature and Youth outside the Palace Friday. Photo: Gorm Kallestad / NTB scanpix Show more

When she met demonstrators from Nature and Youth on the palace grounds on Friday gave Grande her she cheered on them.

" I hope they cheer for us who are trying to make changes in the legislation and made sure that it is not allowed anymore with fjorddeponi in Norway, said Left-head to NTB.

she says She can see the ' youth frustration well.

But there is a massive majority in Parliament who have pushed through this before. It is perhaps only the SV, KrF and the Left that have been against. We are one of the few countries in the world that disposing of waste in the fjords. I think we should not use the fjords, our søppeldynger, said Grande, according to NTB.

She emphasizes that regjeringsplattformen states that mineralloven to be evaluated "to ensure that environmental considerations are adequately taken care of."

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