This is not the first that a Prime Minister has been caught playing Pokemon Go. Erna Solberg, Norway Prime Minister had a meeting with The United State President Donald Trump. The media took notice of the matter and used this a teachable moment for other politicians.
On the third meeting, Solberg met Trump discuss foreign policies in the Whitehouse. Although, that was not the only reason for this meeting we have a suspension that the real reason behind was catching the exclusive Tauros, the region exclusive Pokemon. Solberg confirmed to have reached level 14 but it’s not certain what her actual level is.
Solberg has been caught playing before in past. she is an enthusiastic Pokemon Go player. Like many other politicians that were seen playing the game in 2016 and 2017. In 2016 during a debate in parliament, Solberg was seen playing the game and even on an official visit to Slovakia she found some spare time to hatch some eggs.
The widely popular mobile game Pokemon Go was banned in China. But now the ban has been lifted off in the country. In 2016 the game was very successful and with the ban lifted it will continue to grow in the future.
Pokemon Go could use websites and applications to track down the location of all kinds of Pokemon roaming around. This act was concerned cheating to Niantic. Niantic confirmed they were removing these third-party applications obsolete. So Websites and services related went off the grid.
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