Norway keeps a General Consulate that also represents interests of The Netherlands and Sweden. Finland has a section of the General Consulate and represents France.
Belorussia and Iceland have hononary – whatever that means – consulates in Murmansk.
Looked into what resources are available to foreign travellers to the Murmanks region. Found http://murmantourism.ru/eng/ – Lots of useful info on accommodation, transportation, attractions etc. ENGLISH VERSION. Note the diplomatic missions of Finland and Norway in Murmansk. Consulates can assist in emergencies (e.g. illness, accident, loss of passport, crime or for comparable reason) and help find an interpreter if needed.
If you are from Finland, note the Murmansk office of the Consulate General of Finland in St.Petersburg, Ulitsa Karla Marksa 25A. their number in Murmanks is +7 8152 44582. In emergency call +7 921 272 5095 or +7 921 272 5096 (24 hours). If you are in St. petersburg and are in trouble, call +7 812 967 3782 (24/7). For more information on Finland’s diplomatic missions in Russia see www.finland.org.ru (Russian, Finnish).
Norway nationals – Your consulate is at Ulitsa Sofii Perovskoi 5, Murmansk, +7 8152 400600 (24/7). See www.norvegia.ru (Russian, Norwegian).
Swedish citizens in trouble: talk to the Norway Mission.
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