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A Norwegian lawmaker has announced that he has nominated NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, his countryman, for the 2023 Nobel Peace Prize, highlighting his role in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, BTA reported, citing France Presse.

"Stoltenberg deserves the award for his exemplary work as NATO Secretary General in a difficult period for the alliance: the brutal and unprovoked invasion against a peaceful neighbor," Christian Tübring-Gede, a representative of the anti-immigrant populist right in the Norwegian parliament, wrote on his Facebook account.

Pakistani lawmakers have nominated Erdogan for the Nobel Peace Prize

A former prime minister of Norway from the left, the NATO secretary general "realized from the very beginning the seriousness and importance of Russian aggression for all countries that base their governance on democracy and freedoms," the deputy added.

Tens of thousands of people (deputies and ministers from all countries, former laureates, some university professors, etc.) have the right to make nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize.

The deadline for nominations is January 31, after which the five members of the Nobel Committee have the opportunity to supplement the list with their own proposals at their first meeting.

Last year, Tübring-Gede nominated Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky

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In the end, the detained Belarusian activist Ales Belyatsky, whose trial began yesterday in Minsk, the Russian NGO Memorial, which Russian courts dissolved, and the Ukrainian Center for Civil Liberties were the ones who received the award.

In 2021, Tübring-Gede also promoted the candidacy of US President Donald Trump

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The list of candidates is usually kept secret, but nominators can publicly announce the identity of their candidates.

Thus, the president of Pakistan's Senate announced, for example, that he had nominated Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for his peace efforts "before and during the Russian invasion of Ukraine."

The Nobel Peace Prize will be awarded at the beginning of October, according to AFP.

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