It is a very good question. You can answer it in different ways, but for Norway there is one single answer. Norway has to be relevant for the 28 partners, the members. It's important for Norway to take part in the operations in Libya, but if NATO is not exercising in the 28 countries, helping us to secure a close area, NATO will lose relevance. So we have a strong voice, and we will also have this voice in the Chicago meeting half a year from now that NATO needs to be exercising in, close to each other's country. We want to bring NATO closer to Norway--not every day, as I said earlier, but enough so that people in Norway feel that NATO is relevant.
To see Canadian soldiers in Norway, that's important for people in Norway. We feel solidarity with Canada. We know that if our security is at risk one day, we will have Canada; we will have all the NATO nations. That will also come to your country, with our frigates and other troops, so that people in Canada can feel exactly the same.