The Minister for Foreign Affairs and External Trade, Hon. Milner Tozaka acknowledges New Zealand’s assistance to Solomon Islands when meeting his counter-part, the Hon. Gerry Brownlee, Minister of Foreign Affairs on Tuesday 4th July in Wellington. It was the first time for both Ministers to meet since Minister Brownlee replaces form … Read More
Waisisi Community High School in Malaita Province became the 11th recipient of computers which were generously donated by the Georgian Government to the people of Solomon Islands.
Solomon Islands attended the Sixth Pacific Tuna Forum in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea from the 13th – 14th September 2017. The biennial event was officially opened by the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, Honourable Peter O’Neill.
Solomon Islands’ Ambassador to the United Nations and the United States of America, Mr. Robert Sisilo, has completed his cross-accreditations when he presented his Letter of Appointment to the Prime Minister of Canada, Mr. Justin Trudeau, on Monday this week. The Letter, signed by Prime Minister Sogavare, appoints Mr. Sisilo, based in New York … Read More
Session 28: Women's Economic Empowerment and Trade
The WPCFC Scientific Committee (SC) held its 13th regular session meeting from 9 - 17 August 2017 in Rarotonga in the Cook Islands.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade reaffirms its commitment on the establishment of the Solomon Islands High Commission in London.
The Solomon Islands High Commission to the UK, which became operational on 3rd April 2017, is part of the Governments political commitment in enhancing bilateral and multilateral diplomatic commitments in the UK. Hence, the London Mission remains a priority mission for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade organised a 2 day seminar to review the findings of the 3rd Trade Policy Review, which was carried out in 2016.
Here, in a side event of the sixty-first session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) held at the New York-based United Nations, Mrs Ethel Sigimanu, Permanent Secretary for Women, Youth and Children Affairs, was referring to the issue of violence against women in Solomon Islands.