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Full List of Wikileaks Published on Scoop – 23-12-10

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Full List of Wikileaks Published on Scoop – 23-12-10

Wikileaks: Demarche Regarding SCO summit

23 December 2010 10:07am | Wikileaks

June 13, 2007. ADCM and A/P-E Counselor delivered demarche points in on June 13 to Paul Ash, Deputy Director of International Security and Disarmament Division at New Zealand's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT). Mr. Ash expressed appreciation ... More >>

WikiLeaks: EAP/ANP Director McGann's visit to Wellington

23 December 2010 10:04am | Wikileaks

May 29, 2007. During his May 21 visit to Wellington, EAP/ANP Office Director C. Steven McGann and GNZ counterparts agreed to work towards firm messages on Fiji, the Solomon Islands, Pacific Island Forum (PIF) reform, and other regional issues at October's ... More >>

WikiLeaks: NZDF to provide P-3 Orion to PSI exercise

23 December 2010 10:02am | Wikileaks

May 25, 2007. NZDF Director of International Defence Relations Wayne Higgins told Emboffs today that Chief of Defence Force Mataparae has approved an NZDF P-3 Orion's participation in a regional, Operations Expert Group (OEG)-led PSI exercise, to be ... More >>

WikiLeaks: NZ on OIE and China/Taiwan

23 December 2010 10:00am | Wikileaks

May 24, 2007. Until today (May 24), the GNZ had intended to abstain on the OIE resolution that would require Taiwan to participate under the name Taiwan, China. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) have now heard from the NZ Embassy in Washington ... More >>

WikiLeaks: Demarche on Tokelau and Swains Island

23 December 2010 9:58am | Wikileaks

April 17, 2007. As instructed Reftel, PE Couns met with Tokelau Administrator David Payton to request that the GNZ publicly reaffirm that Tokelau does not/not have claim over any American Samoan island presently administered by the United States, including ... More >>

WikiLeaks: Potential for split over NZ-China FTA

23 December 2010 9:56am | Wikileaks

April 15, 2007. A source close to Foreign Minister Winston Peters, whose New Zealand First Party seriously lags in the polls, says Peters may openly voice his opposition to New Zealand's free trade deal with China in an effort to secure the loyalty of ... More >>

WikiLeaks: NZ worries about Bainimarama

23 December 2010 9:54am | Wikileaks

April 13, 2007. The GNZ worries that interim PM Bainimarama is increasingly fragile and his actions risk throwing the country into armed conflict. Heather Riddell, Director of the Pacific Division, calls Bainimarama's measures restricting the Great Council ... More >>


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