Oslo claim rejected for Fornebubanen | Finansavisen

Yes, we are done with the negotiations, says Viken Conservative group leader Anette Solli to NTB.

The Oslo Labor Party called a press conference on Monday to present six requirements that must be met if they want to support the development of the Fornebu line.

Traders in Viken sent a letter Thursday to respond to the offer.

rejects claims

Oslo AB believes that Vicken should bear a greater share of the costs and risks for Fornebubanen. Viken points out that in the current agreement, a review is planned so that the overall distribution between the parties is reasonable.

This business has begun, Viken dealers note. They assert that they are ready for it to continue, but then after the fall, after both Oslo City Council and Viken County Council adopt the current agreement.

– It is not possible to meet the requirements before the summer, says County Finance Counsellor Edvin Sovik (Labour).

Joins the station in Majorstuen

He calls it a “special behavior” put forward by the Labor Party in Oslo afterwards, but he stresses that Viken is always open to dialogue.

Viken agrees to contribute more to the new metro station in Majorstuen, which they believe helps both Oslo and Viken. Søvik told Avisa Oslo that the county council wants to include the promotion in the 2024 work plan.

– Without knowing the cost picture, it is difficult for Viken to conclude agreements whose scope we do not know now, Søvik County Councilor and Transportation District Counsellor Olav Skinnes (Sp) and Annette Sole wrote.

He puts the responsibility on Oslo

We want to stress that this does not mean that we reject the claim, but that more work must be done throughout the fall to investigate the true consequences of it, they wrote.

It is clear that Sully and Sovic will be responsible if the Furnbow line is put on ice.

– On the part of Viken, we said that we want to realize Fornebubanen, and in negotiations, both give and take. If Oslo later changes its mind and says no, it will be Oslo that says no, says the county financial council.

(© NTB)

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