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The jury met to examine the numerous entries.
02 July 2020
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Launched in schools last February, the drawing competition organized to celebrate 50 years of "La Francophonie" has progressed to a new stage. The jury composed of representatives from the Government and the Postal and Telecommunication Service (OPT-NC) has selected the winning entries which will be reproduced on a stamp, an envelope and a postcard.

Christopher Gygès gave a speech to promote New Caledonia's energy transition during the FACCI Conference

The economic diplomacy mission to Australia led by Christopher Gygès , Minister for the Economy and Trade opens perspectives for  a closer and more pragmatic cooperation . The goal is to sign trade agreements with Australian States, starting with Queensland.

In Canberra, Christopher Gygès met with Andrew Barr, Chief Minister of the Australian Capital Territory.

A New Caledonian delegation led by Christopher Gygès, Minister for the Economy and Trade is visiting Australia from 2-6 March.

Representatives from Wallis and Futuna, French Polynesia and New Caledonia at the Pacific Fund's Executive Committee

Minister Yoann Lecourieux represented the President of the Government of New Caledonia at the Executive Committee Meeting of the Pacific Fund held in Papeete on 25 February. About 78 million francs were allocated to New Caledonian projects.

The Evening Discussion with Alastair Sutton Took Place  at the Auditorium of the South Province's Administrative Centre

As part of British Consultant and International Business Lawyer's Alastair Sutton's visit , the Government organised a discussion evening  on 30 January 2020. The discussions focused on economic integration possibilities available to New Caledonia in the region. Business leaders, students, consulat representatives, members of employers organizations and professionals at large...

Thierry Santa met Charlot Salwai (1st from the left) Vice President Gilbert Tyuienon also participated in the meeting.

A Ni-Vanuatu delegation, led by Prime Minister  Charlot Salwai, visited Government Headquarters on 8 January 2020. The Trade Agreements between the two islands, and more specifically the one signed oin April 2019, were at the heart of the discussions.