The government of Papua New Guinea has pledged its support for the initiatives proposed by the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) in tackling climate change in the region.
What does GoPNG stand for?
GoPNG stands for Government of Papua New Guinea
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Samples in periodicals archive:
PAPUA NEW GUINEA: In 2007, the government of Papua New Guinea, along with the autonomous government of Bougainville, decided to resettle the 2,500 inhabitants of the Carteret atoll and neighboring atolls to the island of Bougainville.
The government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) is managing the response to this incident.
1 bn) stake in Oil Search from the government of Papua New Guinea (PNG), to gain exposure to the latter's planned LNG plant.
The medical, dental, and civic action programs are coordinated with the government of Papua New Guinea and partner nations, such as Australia, Canada, Chile, Republic of Korea, New Zealand and India, to assist and provide local communities with a wide range of services.
In a legal dispute with the government of Papua New Guinea, a British-based mercenary organization is claiming millions of dollars marked for agricultural and training programs in the South Pacific nation.
The government of Papua New Guinea has a strong interest in stifling the suit.
The government of Papua New Guinea, through its Department of Environment and Conservation, approved the project's environmental impact statement that reviewed factors such as community needs, sensitive environmental habitats, and biodiversity.