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Day: July 7, 2017

Gov’t Signs Historic Partnership Framework With SICCI

The Solomon Islands Government and the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce (SICCI) today signed a historic Memorandum of Understanding, paving way for a strengthened partnership between the government and private sector under the newly introduced Public Private Partnership arrangement. The MOU was signed by the Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare, Minister of Commerce, Industries, Labour and Immigration, Hon Elijah Doromuala and SICCI Chair, Jay Bartlett, at a ceremony held at the Heritage Park Hotel in Honiara. In his opening address, Mr Bartlett described the signing of the MOU as a significant milestone that will formalise the partnership between the...

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PM Acknowledges Mr Hsu’s Contributions Through ROC Embassy

Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare has acknowledged the outgoing First Secretary of the Embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan) in Honiara, Mr Chin-Tsorng Hsu, for his invaluable contributions to the work of the embassy during his term in office. Mr Hsu who will be leaving Solomon Islands soon for his next posting after completing his three-year term of service. In his role as the First Secretary, Mr Hsu was in charge of the Taiwanese supporting projects administered by the embassy, including those related to rural development, medical services and public health, agriculture, education and vocational training and sustainable...

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39th Independence Anniversary Greetings From The Prime Minister, Hon Manasseh Sogavare

It is with profound honour and pleasure for me to convey my best wishes on behalf of the Democratic Coalition for Change Government to all Solomon Islanders nationwide and abroad on the occasion of our 39th Independence anniversary. This year, the Government has chosen that we celebrate this grand occasion under the theme ‘Taking Charge after the End of RAMSI.’ This is a bold theme that carries the desire of the Government to see us all Solomon Islanders collectively take charge of our destiny as a nation in this post-RAMSI era. The theme symbolises the confidence of the Government in...

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Taiwan Releases New Payments For RSCD And Other Causes

The Government of the Republic China (Taiwan) is releasing two new payments to the Solomon Islands Government. The Taiwanese Ambassador to Solomon Islands, His Excellency Roger Luo today presided over the signing of documents conveying the release of the payments by Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare. The brief signing ceremony was held in the Prime Minister’s Office. The first payment is worth SBD$20-Million and is part of the Taiwanese Government’s support for rural constituency development commonly known as RSCD (Republic of China Support for Constituency Development). SBD4-Million of the payment will go towards the 2016 RCDF Third Tranche payment...

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NZ Remains Committed To Support Solomon Islands Post-RAMSI

The Government of New Zealand has pledged to continue to assist the Solomon Islands Government post RAMSI. This was highlighted in a meeting between the Hon. Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare and the Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand Hon Paula Bennett last Friday 30thJune 2017. Hon Bennett was in Honiara for the four-day RAMSI (Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands) Farewell celebrations which concluded a day ahead of her meeting with Prime Minister Sogavare. She told Prime Minister Sogavare that although RAMSI had completed its mandate and was leaving Solomon Islands, New Zealand remained committed to providing assistance...

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