It was also content at being a member of bilateral agreements paving a new and meaningful relationship withPNG’s closest neighbors.
He highlightedthe 11 agreements signed;they covered areas of education, tourism, minerals and gas, trade and commerce, diplomacy, youth and sports, border liaison and extradition amongst thers.
One ofthe agreements wasthe exemption ofthe use of visa to travel to and frPNG andIndonesia.
Mr. O’Neill said this will encourage both governments and its citizens to enhancethe knowledge and relationship capacity of both countries.
There were also concerns terrorism and border intrusions bytheIndonesian military inthe recent past. He saidthe 2 governments are confident this plan amongst thers will enhancethe bilateral ties.
The Prime Ministersaidthe visit enhancedthe bilateral relation that was growing stagnant inthe recent past despite sharingthe same border.