External Trade

The Acting Prime Minister, Hon 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.

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.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and External Trade, Hon Milner Tozaka today received and accepted the Letter of Credentials from the World Health Organisation (WHO) introducing its new country representative in Solomon Islands, Dr Sevil Huseynova.

The Labor Mobility Unit (LMU) in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade (MFAET) has refuted a local media report claiming that the Labour Mobility programme has been hijacked by politicians.

The Office of the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) Chair has refuted a news item by the Pacific Islands News Association (PINA) which inferred that the MSG Chair, Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare of Solomon Islands is not committed to attending the upcoming Special Leaders’ Summit.

Solomon Islands has joined 192 UN member countries in expressing commitment to domesticate and implement the 2030 agenda adopted at the 70th United Nations General Assembly meeting in September 2015.

The first Mexican Ambassador to Solomon Islands, His Excellency Amando Alvarez met with Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare yesterday, expressing his country’s desire to expand its economic trade links to Solomon Islands.

Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare has been encouraged to ensure that Solomon Islands fully utilises the labour mobility opportunities provided with under its technical cooperation agreement with Canada.