External Trade

Vanuatu President His Excellency Baldwin Lonsdale has awarded the late Senda Fifi’i, a Solomon Islands’ former career Foreign Affairs official, the Vanuatu Presidential Medal of Honour for his service in the Maritime Boundary issue between the Republic of Vanuatu and Solomon Islands while serving in the Foreign Affairs Ministry.

Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare will leave for Port Vila tomorrow Tuesday 4th October to sign a historic Maritime Boundary Treaty with his Ni-Vanuatu counterpart, Prime Minister Charlot Salwai.

Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare today, Wednesday 22nd September, deposited Solomon Islands Instrument of Ratification of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change with the United Nations Secretary General, Mr Ban Ki-moon in New York, where he is attending the 71st United Nations General Assembly.

The Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Environment, Conservation, Climate Change and Meteorology, Dr Melchior Mataki today signed an agreement aimed at ensuring the effective operation of the Global Climate Fund (GCF) in Solomon Islands.

Acting Prime Minister Manasseh Maelanga will head a strong Government delegation to attend the 47TH Pacific Islands Forum Meeting in Ponphei, Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) on Saturday.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and External Trade, Hon Milner Tozaka on Monday 29th August 2016 signed a revised Joint Commitment for Development with his New Zealand counter-part, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon Murray McCully in Wellington, New Zealand.

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.