Norwegian is planning to name new islands, as it looks to become the first country to become a ‘portable kitchens island’
Norway is planning a move to become “portable” by 2050.
The country’s foreign ministry is planning three new islands to be named after its residents.
The islands will be named for residents who have special needs, like the Norwegian woman who has cerebral palsy, who cannot eat with her mouth.
The first island, Østby, is named for the island’s resident with cerebral palsia, while the next island will be Østed by the Norwegian women with cerebral paresis.
The third island, Stik, will be called after the Norwegian islanders who have the same disease as the islanders, who have cerebral palsias.
In a press release, the Norwegian government said it would consider naming islands after people with disabilities and the elderly, and to provide them with the facilities needed for them to live comfortably.
Østre, the island in Norway, was named for its resident with intellectual disability, Æsted.
In Norway, disability is not a disability, but a condition, and people with intellectual disabilities have different needs from those without.
The government said the islands would be built in an environmentally sustainable way, and will include a garden and swimming pool.
The next three islands will also be named following people with cerebral dysphasia.
This island is named after the elderly Norwegian woman with cerebral palpitations, who has a mild form of the condition, said the Norwegian news agency NRK.
The island of Stik will be renamed after the woman with mental health problems, said NRK, and is one of the smallest islands in Norway.
Üre, named after a local woman with intellectual and cognitive disabilities, is being renamed after a resident of the island who uses wheelchairs.
This is the third island named after people who are mentally ill.
It will be built on a site that is used by people with dementia, and the third village will be given to a woman who uses a wheelchair, NRK reported.
This village will house people who have chronic illness and need to have access to the community.
The Norwegian government hopes to make the islands more affordable.
Norway is looking to become ‘portably’ with more than 30 new islands planned The government has said the first three islands are being built on an environmentally friendly site.
This will allow the people with special needs to live freely, as well as other vulnerable groups, such as the elderly and the handicapped, the government said.
It said the government will consider making the islands less expensive.
Åsted, the first island in the country, will house up to 3,000 people with mental and cognitive problems, while Østad, named for a resident with mental disability, will have 3,500 people living with the condition.
The second island, København, will provide a community for the elderly.
In Åstad, the municipality will provide up to 30,000 residents with a living space, including a garden.
This new island will house around 2,500 elderly people, including the residents of Strik, Ådre and Stik.
Ùstby will be made up of 4,000 elderly people with cognitive disabilities.
The remaining three islands, Èsted, Stikk and Østadt, will include 1,000 individuals with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities.
In Købing, the islands will provide 1,500 residents with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, and another 1,100 with other health problems.