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Papua New Guinea has established diplomatic relations with Niue, during Premier Toke Talagi’s State visit to the country this month.
Premier Talagi says he was pleased with the latest developments to sign diplomatic relations with Papua New Guinea, considering the historical ties Niue has with the Melanesian country.
He said it was important for Pacific countries to establish diplomatic ties amongst themselves, as well as with larger and more developed countries.
The two countries agreed to mutually provide each other with all necessary assistance for the performance of the functions of their diplomatic representatives on the basis of equality, mutual benefit and reciprocity in accordance with international practice.
Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Peter O’Neil signed the agreement with Niue Premier Talagi on Tuesday the 09 December 2014 becoming the 11th country to establish Diplomatic Relations with Niue
SOURCE: NIUE GOVT/PACNEWS
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