The 5th edition of the "Journées de la mer" (Sea Days), organized by the maritime cluster of New Caledonia, took place on July 7 and 8. This annual event brought together 175 actors from the maritime world, from the private and public sectors. The government services were well represented.
The 9th Pacific Islands Leaders' Summit (PALM* 9) could not meet in Japan, but took place on July 2 by videoconference. New Caledonia was represented by the President of the Government Thierry Santa and Minister Jean-Louis d'Anglebermes.
Under the presidency of New Caledonia, a ministerial conference of the European Union's Overseas Countries and Territories Association (OCTA) took place virtually on June 24. On the agenda was the establishment of a new framework for cooperation with British territories following their withdrawal from the OCTA.
The revision of New Caledonia's Energy Transition Plan was at the heart of the roundtable discussion organized by the government of New Caledonia's Energy Minister on Thursday, May 10, at the Pacific Community.