Norway's Police Security Service (PST) published an assessment report Tuesday naming extreme Islamism as the biggest terror threat for the country in 2018.

Foreign intelligence services and recruitment of resources and agents are also considered to be one of the increasing threats, the report said.

PST head Benedicte Bjornland said at a press conference that PST has decreased the level of concerns about extreme Islamism.

"Radicalization is no longer based on organizations, but rather from individuals, so the power and environmental impacts are weakened," Bjornland said.

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