Planning to go for a camping trip. According to this document (in Norwegian but easy to understand), I can use a radio running PMR446 and KDR 444 freqs. Baofeng can do this.
The question is: is the Baofeng unit legal itself? And is it legal to take into the country?
I remember that some countries impose restrictions on taking your radios with you, and in some countries it's illegal to use a non-certified model. Also note that Norway is not in the European Union and has separate laws.
UPDATE AND DETAILS
One small detail: I do not hold CEPT or any other amateur license.
Thanks for the info and your answer SandPiper; it was exhaustive but I decided to dig a little bit more. I reached directly to the authorities and got this reply:
Your radio, Baofeng UV-82 is a radio made for amateur radio usage only. It is not a radio made for use on frequencies where you need a licence from the authorities or general authorisations frequencies like PMR446 or KDR444.
PMR446 and KDR444 frequencies does have a general authorisation in Norway, but radios for use on these frequencies must be manufactured for this purpose. There are special rules/standards for these radios. Radios for use on PMR446 and KDR444 frequencies shall have a maximum output of 0,5W e.r.p. and shall have an integrated antenna. Increasing output power and use of external antenna must not be possible on such radios.
Baofeng UV-82 is only for use on Amateur radio frequencies and the user must hold an amateur radio licence.
I have attached an english unauthorized version of general authorisations for the use of radio frequencies in Norway. See chapter XIII for information regarding KDR444 and PMR446.
Spectrum Management Department
Norwegian Communications Authority