OSLO, Sept. 6 (Xinhua) -- Norway's Police Security Service (PST) stated in a press release that it is possible the next right-wing terrorist action could take place over the next twelve months, newspaper Aftenposten reported Friday.
The report was made after PST "observed a negative trend in the threat of the right-wing extremism," the newspaper reported.
"Several Norwegian right-wing extremists have expressed support for perpetrators of terrorist attacks in New Zealand and the United States in 2019. PST has also registered some statements of support to the perpetrator behind the mosque attack in Baerum on August 10," it was said in the press release.
According to PST, some right-wing extremists believe that violence is necessary to prevent "making ethnic whites and/or their culture a minority in Norway."
"Norwegian right-wing extremists will continue to view non-Western immigrants, Muslims, Jews and the LHTB community as an existential threat to Norway and Europe," PST said.