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
A Solomon Islands Government Ministerial delegation led by Hon. Milner George Tozaka, Minister for Foreign Affairs and External Trade, attended the 1st High Level Pacific Blue Economy Conference held in Suva-Fiji on Wednesday 23rd and Thursday 24th August 2017.
Prime Minister Hon. Manasseh Sogavare, MP was welcomed with a 19th gun salute in front of the Australian Parliament yesterday in Canberra on Monday 14th August 2017.
Session 28: Women's Economic Empowerment and Trade
Solomon Islands has 11 diplomatic missions abroad and a total of 6 resident embassies, High Commissions and Delegations located in the nation’s capital, Honiara.
Honiara also hosts a Consular Agency and 7 Honorary Consulates. The MFAET headquarters in Honiara works closely with its network of diplomatic missions abroad, and with relevant international organizations to advance Solomon Islands’ foreign policy priorities.
A full listing of Solomon Islands’ overseas and resident missions can be accessed through the following links:
The Solomon Islands High Commission in New Zealand celebrated the 38th Independence Anniversary in Auckland on 7th July 2016. During the occasion, Her Excellency Lady Joy Finioa Kere, the Solomon Islands High Commissioner to New Zealand acknowledged the assistance provided by New Zealand to Solomon Islands since independence and for the friendship and the cordial relations that both countries have enjoyed even before Solomon Islands gain its independence in 1978.
Solomon Islands this week has repeated its call on Indonesia to cooperate with the United Nations Human Rights Council to allow a UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression to visit West Papua and Papua Provinces.
The Acting Prime Minister Manasseh Maelanga has thanked the Solomon Islands High Commissioner to New Zealand Her Excellency Mrs Joy Kere for progressing the interests of Solomon Islands in New Zealand.
High Commissioner Kere is currently in Honiara to update the Government on the progresses made by the High Commission Office in Wellington, especially, on areas of common interest between the two countries.