The new measures have been incorporated into Norwegian law through the amendments to the Regulation of 15 August 2014 no. 1076 on restrictive measures concerning actions that undermine or threaten Ukraine's territorial integrity, sovereignty, independency, and stability (Forskrift 15. august 2014 nr. 1076 om restriktive tiltak vedrørende handlinger som undergraver eller truer Ukrainas territorielle integritet, suverenitet, uavhengighet og stabilitet).
A copy of amending regulation (in Norwegian only) is accessible here. The regulation enters into force immediately. The regulation covers the restrictive measures adopted and published by the EU up to and including 2 March 2022, with the exception of the ban on media sector (such as broadcasting content from Russian media outlets RT and Sputnik).
The adopted sanctions target the financial, energy, transport, technology and defence sectors, and also impose asset freezes and travel bans on hundreds of individuals and entities.
The Government has also stated that it will continue to consider the adoption of further sanctions in line with the EU sanctions adopted after 2 March 2022.