The Prime Ministers of Australia and Vanuatu are today announcing enhanced engagement to further build Vanuatu’s security capability.
Today I hosted a barbeque for my fellow Pacific leaders following the conclusion of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit in Port Moresby.
Today I opened the new School of Business and Public Policy at the University of Papua New Guinea with Prime Minister the Hon Peter O’Neill CMG MP.
It has been great to see Prime Minister O’Neill be able host this conference with such professionalism and such skill, I think it’s a great showcase to the Pacific.
Prime Minister O’Neill, I commend you strongly on leading this initiative and for inviting us to join and be part of what will be a great achievement for PNG. It’s time to power up PNG right across the country.
Papua New Guinea has invited Australia, Japan, New Zealand and the United States to work together to support its enhanced connectivity and the goal of connecting 70% of its population to electricity by 2030.
It was great to meet with Vice President Pence, it’s great to have the United States here in Papua New Guinea as part of the APEC Leaders Forum.
Today, the governments of Australia, Japan and the United States announce important progress in our shared dedication to addressing the infrastructure needs of the region.
Prime Minister: Good, well great to be here in Port Moresby again, great to be speaking at the ABAC forum and very pleased to have had the opportunity to do so.
Well thank you very much for that very warm welcome. It’s great to be here in Port Moresby and I want to thank you all very much for the invitation to speak here today.
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Scott Morrison MP