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Wednesday 8 November 2023

Rarotonga, Cook Islands
The impacts of sea level rise and climate events on development were a common concern for Small Island Developing States (SIDS) attending the 52nd Pacific Leaders Meeting in the Cook Islands this week. Attending the Forum is HE Mr Dennis Francis, the new President of the UN General Assembly, who held a bilateral meeting with Tonga's Prime Minister on important issues for Small Island Developing States (SIDS).
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Monday 5 August 2019

Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Tongan Prime Minister Hon. 'Akilisi Pohiva has been admitted to Vaiola Hospital for observation, before he leads Tonga's delegation to the Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Summit in Tuvalu next week.
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Tuesday 19 February 2019

Port Vila, Vanuatu
A key challenge for the Forum is to maintain its solidarity as staunchly pro-Blue Pacific...where we are custodians of some of the world’s richest biodiversity and marine and terrestrial resources. Leaders have articulated a desire for a shift in the development trajectory for the Pacific, through the Blue Pacific narrative and through it the opportunity to exercise our will. This is the strategic lens through which any conversation over China, and the associated geopolitical and geostrategic environment we find ourselves in, must occur. Our political conversations and settlements must be driven by the well-being of our Blue Pacific continent and its people, not by the goals and ambitions of others. By Dame Meg Taylor.
Wednesday 19 September 2018

Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Dr Manumatavai Tupou-Roosen, was elected by Pacific governments earlier this year to be the Director General of the Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA). She is one of the few Tongans and women entrusted to take charge of regional bodies in the Pacific.
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Tuesday 11 September 2018

Canberra, Australia
In the context of an emerging Indo-Pacific solidarity - how does the Pacific maintain and strengthen its own strategic autonomy? How do we ensure our regional priorities are neither undermined through the breaking of our Pacific solidarity, nor appropriated by the narratives of others not of our region? These are key questions for the Forum Family, says Dame Meg Taylor in her keynote address to the 2018 State of the Pacific Conference, at the Australia National University in Canberra, on Monday, 8 September 2018.