World Video | Defence | Foreign Affairs | Natural Events | Trade | NZ in World News | NZ National News Video | NZ Regional News | Search

 

SI Govt, RAMSI And The Forum To Discuss RAMSI

Solomon Islands Government, RAMSI And The Forum To Discuss RAMSI

The Solomon Islands Government, the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) and the Pacific Islands Forum will convene the Enhanced Consultative Mechanism (ECM) and Forum Ministerial Standing Committee (FMSC) Meetings in Honiara from 20 – 22 February 2008 to discuss issues pertaining to the operations of the Mission.

This is the first meeting between the three partners to the Mission since Pacific Islands Forum Leaders endorsed the recommendations of the RAMSI Review Forum Taskforce Report during the Leaders’ meeting in Tonga last October.

Senior Officials representing the Solomon Islands Government, RAMSI and four other Forum members will attend the Enhanced Consultative Mechanism Meeting in Honiara on 20th February to be followed by a meeting of the Forum Ministerial Standing Committee on 22nd February.

The Forum members include Tonga, Papua New Guinea, Niue and Australia.

It is expected that the meetings will discuss among other issues the RAMSI Review Forum Taskforce Report, the operation of the new governance structure as recommended in the Report and to consider ways in which RAMSI can support the CNURA Government in implementing its Policies and Priorities.

In particular the meetings will look at liaison and briefing mechanisms between RAMSI and the Solomon Islands Cabinet and the role of the triumvirate in the system.

The triumvirate as recommended by the Report consists of the Solomon Islands Special Envoy to RAMSI, the RAMSI Special Coordinator and the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat Representative in Solomon Islands.

ENDS

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
 
 
World Headlines

 

Werewolf: Gordon Campbell On North Korea, Neo-Nazism, And Milo

With a bit of luck the planet won’t be devastated by nuclear war in the next few days. US President Donald Trump will have begun to fixate on some other way to gratify his self-esteem – maybe by invading Venezuela or starting a war with Iran. More>>

Victory Declared: New Stabilisation Funding From NZ As Mosul Is Retaken

New Zealand has congratulated the Iraqi government on the successful liberation of Mosul from ISIS after a long and hard-fought campaign. More>>

Gordon Campbell: On The Current US Moves Against North Korea

If Martians visited early last week, they’d probably be scratching their heads as to why North Korea was being treated as a potential trigger for global conflict... More>>

ALSO:

Gordon Campbell: On The Lessons From Corbyn’s Campaign

Leaving partisan politics aside – and ignoring Jeremy Corbyn’s sensational election campaign for a moment – it has to be said that Britain is now really up shit creek... More>>

ALSO:

Another US Court: Fourth Circuit Rules Muslim Ban Discriminatory

ACLU: Step by step, point by point, the court laid out what has been clear from the start: The president promised to ban Muslims from the United States, and his executive orders are an attempt to do just that. More>>

ALSO:

 
 
 
 
 
 
  • Pacific.Scoop
  • Cafe Pacific
  • PMC