Anniken Huitfeldt

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Anniken Scharning Huitfeldt (born 29 November 1969) is a Norwegian historian and politician for the Labour Party. She has served as Minister of Foreign Affairs since 2021. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Anniken Huitfeldt has received more than 27,923 page views. Her biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Anniken Huitfeldt is the 15,440th most popular politician, the 617th most popular biography from Norway and the 92nd most popular Norwegian Politician.

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Among politicians, Anniken Huitfeldt ranks 15,440 out of 15,710Before her are Peter Sunde, Scott Walker, Jacky Rosen, Soraya Haddad, Josef Pröll, and Norbert Rózsa. After her are Sarah Sanders, Ricardo Rosselló, Peter MacKay, Diana Mocanu, Luther Strange, and Gale Norton.

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Among people born in 1969, Anniken Huitfeldt ranks 777Before her are Rubén Ruiz Díaz, Yuji Yaso, Shuta Sonoda, Taro Goto, Seiichi Negishi, and Yuji Kakiuchi. After her are Claudia Amengual, Viktor Maigourov, Jon Olsen, Jens Eriksen, Takuma Koga, and Masahiko Nakagawa.

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Among people born in Norway, Anniken Huitfeldt ranks 617 out of 735Before her are Nina Haver-Løseth (1989), Tonje Larsen (1975), Stefan Strandberg (1990), Deeyah Khan (1977), Filip Ingebrigtsen (1993), and Jakob Ingebrigtsen (2000). After her are Mathis Bolly (1990), Marcus Paus (1979), Camilla Herrem (1986), Emil Iversen (1991), Cecilie Leganger (1975), and Adelén (1996).


Among politicians born in Norway, Anniken Huitfeldt ranks 92Before her are Gunn-Rita Dahle Flesjå (1973), Børge Brende (1965), Trine Skei Grande (1969), Knut Holmann (1968), Ine Marie Eriksen Søreide (1976), and Sylvi Listhaug (1977). After her are Hadia Tajik (1983) and Helga Pedersen (1973).

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