Haven't noticed any posts regarding Norway's renewed hard-line approach to Russia. Like most of Europe they too have apparently gone berzerk with russophobia and are adopting some seriously adversarial positions in their policies toward Russia.
From blocking Transmashholding (TMH Group) purchasing the Rolls-Royce-owned Bergen Engines company, to attempts to stifle and restrict Russia's legal rights and activities in Spitzbergen, the Norwegians have re-emphasized their already antagonistic posture toward Russia.
Then recently, to top it off, by re-writing legislation to allow the US to build, operate and maintain their own facilities at military bases in Norway (at three airfields and a port from what I've read), as well as docking permissions for their nuclear submarines.
These are some of the most "unfriendly" actions of any state I've seen toward Russia. I can't see Russia taking these developments lightly.
But in the true style of the Russian leadership (gotta give it to Putin and Lavrov) rather than react excitedly, I imagine Russia would weigh carefully its options, fake smiles and talk the diplomatic language, while doing all that is necessary to safeguard Russia's interests very well aware of possible threats. They don't react hysterically like many in the West, but remain cool and calm and act with maturity and restraint. It's been such a hallmark of Russia's leadership under Putin.
As Teddy Roosevelt said, speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far.