If the choice is between safety and freedom, what would matter the most? Eight months have passed since Free Norway mobilized and Norway was on the brink of war. In order to maintain peace, the Norwegian government has made a number of compromises with the Russians, but the country is still plagued by terror and unrest.
Half a year has passed since Free Norway mobilised itself and the country was on the brink of war. In order to maintain peace, the Norwegian government has had to compromise with the Russians.
Russia has arrested the Coast Guard soldiers who were behind the action at Melkøya, Anita Rygg has promised that they will be handed over to Norway, but when one of the soldiers is dead, it becomes more problematic.
The Coast Guard soldiers are sentenced to one of the most severe punishments available. Meanwhile, terrorism continues and Anita wants to negotiate an amnesty with Free Norway to calm the people.
The group holding Jesper is willing to sell him to the Norwegian authorities, but when they find out that the Russians are behind the agreement, they order his death.
Jesper has managed to get to Paris and to Astrid and her partner Jerome, but it doesn’t take long for the police to find and arrest him. Jerome then comes to the rescue.
The Nordic nations are unhappy and feel insecure about the Russian presence in Norway. Anita struggles to foster a better climate between the countries.
It seems that there may be a majority in the EU in favour of a resolution to force Russia out of Norway, but for the EU to vote for the resolution, the Government of Norway must support it.