Tuvalu New Zealand Agreement

Tuvaluan`s relationship with Fiji is strong. To date, Tuvalu has been freed from the conflicts and divergences that have characterized Fiji`s relations with other nations in the region (see Fiji`s external relations). In addition to its mission to the United Nations in New York, Tuvalu is the only external diplomatic office of its High Commission in Suva, Fiji. He said the new agreement will help in that regard. On June 29, 2017, the National Fishing Corporation of Tuvalu (NAFICOT) signed a joint venture agreement with the South Korean SAJO Fishing Industry for the operation of the fishing vessel M.V. Taina in the Tuvaluan Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) and other Pacific Island waters. [74] The U.S. Ambassador to Fiji maintains diplomatic relations with Tuvalu. Although relations are generally positive, differences of opinion between the two countries on climate change have led to some pressure. In 2011, Prime Minister Willy Telavi`s government recognized Abkhazia and South Ossetia, which had separated from Georgia and considered Georgia part of its sovereign territory. [45] However, the government of Prime Minister Enele Sopoaga withdrew recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia on 31 March 2014, when Tuvalus, Tuvalu`s Foreign Minister, Taukelina Finikaso, signed an agreement to establish diplomatic relations with Georgia. Tuvalu`s foreign minister said his country supports Georgia`s territorial integrity within its internationally recognized borders. [46] [47] Taukelina Finikaso also reportedly stated that the resumption of diplomatic relations with Georgia was an important step in strengthening relations with the European Union, which he described as traditional friends of Tuvalus.

[48] (Suva, Fiji) – The Government of Tuvalu and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) today signed an agreement that remains a partner in climate change adaptation in Tuvalu. This is the start of the second climate change adaptation project in Tuvalu, which meets the adaptation priorities set out in the Tuvalu National Adaptation Action Programme (NAPA). On 29 August 2012, an agreement was signed between Tuvalu and Kiribati over their maritime border, establishing the border as the shores of Lake Nanumea and Niutao in Tuvalu, on the one hand, and Tabiteuea, Tamana and Arorae in Kiribati, on the other, along the geodesy that links the latitudes and longitudes defined in the agreement. [58] The Tuvaluan government, the U.S. government and the governments of other Pacific Islands are parties to the South Pacific Tuna Treaty (SPTT).

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