The leader of Norway's Conservative Party announced today that she is forming a right-wing minority government.
Erna Solberg said the two-party coalition will include the anti-immigration Progress Party, which has never been in a governing coalition in oil-rich Norway before.
The new government is expected to tighten immigration policies, cut the inheritance tax and increase private health care.
In a national election earlier this month, the Conservatives and three centre-right parties won a majority, but only the Progress Party agreed to team up with the Conservatives in a coalition.
The new government will replace a moderate one that was led by prime minister Jens Stoltenberg's Labour Party and governed Norway for eight years. Labour remains the largest party in parliament.