Agriculture Bougainville Breaking News Culture Education Entertainment Highlands International Islands Life Momase News News Bulletin Pacific Politics Southern Travel


By James Guken

Papua New Guinea’s Deputy Prime Minister John Rosso held a significant meeting with the Indonesian Ambassador H.E. Andriana Supandy on Tuesday, 19th December, aiming to reinforce the enduring partnership between the two countries.

The discussion primarily revolved around pivotal issues aiming to solidify the bond between both nations. A key focus was the advancement of the PNG Power and PLN Power Project, aimed at bolstering energy infrastructure. 

Emphasizing on economic growth, the talks highlighted the significance of tourism and agriculture. Both leaders explored avenues for increased cooperation in these fields, recognizing their potential for sustainable development and job creation.

Additionally, discussions delved into the downstream processing of nickel, underlining mutual commitments to responsible resource management and value addition. Collaboration prospects were explored to maximize economic benefits for both countries.

An exciting prospect emerged during the discussions, contemplating potential exchange visits between Indonesia and PNG in 2024. Both leaders eagerly anticipated enhancing people-to-people connections, fostering cultural exchanges, and exploring trade and investment prospects.

Expressing unwavering commitment, Deputy PM Rosso and Ambassador Supandy reiterated their dedication to strengthening bilateral ties. They stressed the significance of such engagements in fostering regional stability, economic prosperity, and cultural harmony between Papua New Guinea and Indonesia.  

Related posts

Gomis Off-Season Grand Final 2017

Vasinatta Yama

Malabag tells POMGH to Clean Up Mess

EMTV Online

Kimadan Health Centre to Improve TB Ward

Jack Lapauve Jnr.
error: Content is protected !!