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As it turns out, Terje Rød Larsen, one of the people directly involved in the Oslo discussions, has directed devastating criticism at this report. He characterizes the findings of the report as "wrong," the choice of sources "skewed and weak," and source review is "weak." The result, he says, are a "dramatically wrong" conclusions. He denounces the treatment of the late foreign minister, Johan Jørgen Holst, as "unworthy" and "false."

Tip of the hat to (Norwegian), here:

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