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04 May 2022

At the request of Adolphe Digoué , the Minister for Trade,  the members of the Export Support Council, a body tasked with facilitating dialogue and consultation between economic actors and New Caledonian institutions on issues relating to trade, met on Monday 2 May at Government Headquarters. The council had not met since January 2018.

The "New Caledonia Area" house by the Alliance française in Christchurch is the fourth francophone space dedicated to New Caledonia in New Zealand
20 April 2022

The Alliance française in Christchurch inaugurated the largest
New Caledonia Area" in New Zealand, on Friday 25 March. This showcase should
participate in the promotion of New Caledonia, notably through its languages and cultures.

Biodiversity,  the circular economy, climate change, clean energies... the LIFE program supports fundamental projects for the future of the Pacific Islands.
13 April 2022

Private or public project leaders in the fields of environment and climate can apply for European funding under the LIFE program. Workshops are organized at the end of April by the Enviropea association to help prepare applications.

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31 March 2022

On Tuesday, March 29, New Caledonia participated in a videoconference on the European program "LIFE 2021-2027", organized by OCTA, in partnership with the association Enviropea. The environment and climate remain the preferred areas for partnerships with Europe.

 

Mickaël Forrest, the Minister in charge of monitoring New Caledonia's external relations in conjunction with the President of the Government, participated in this international meeting.
17 February 2022

Mickaël Forrest, the Minister in charge of monitoring New Caledonia's external relations in conjunction with the President of the Government, participated in a high-level meeting  between leaders of Pacific Island States and the American Secretary of State Antony Blinken, currently on a tour of the region.

Louis Mapou entouré (de g. à d.) de Ratu Inoke Kubuabola, chef de la mission du FIP, d’Henry Puna et d’Ali'ioaiga Feturi Elisaia.
09 December 2021

The President of the Government Louis Mapou received the observation mission sent by the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) for the referendum of December 12, 2021

Louis Mapou chaired the OCTA ministerial meeting held on December 1 (December 2 in the morning in Noumea) by videoconference.
06 December 2021

A special ministerial meeting of the Association of the Overseas Countries and Territories (OCTA) associated with the European Union (EU), took place by video conference under the chairmanship of New Caledonia for the second time. The main objective of this high-level dialogue was to adopt the new OCTA strategy for the period 2021-2027.

"Time is running out," insisted Joseph Manauté at the opening of the 3rd Clean Pacific Roundtable.
19 November 2021

New Caledonia is hosting the third  Round Table for a Cleaner Pacific, which is being held in person and by video conference from 16 to 25 November. On behalf of the 17th government, Joseph Manauté, overseeing the Environment, opened the discussions which bring together 26 countries and territories of the region.

Joseph Manauté sent a video message broadcasted during the OCTA side event at COP26, which took place November 1-13 in Glasgow.
14 November 2021

As a part of the COP26, the Overseas Countries and Territories Association (OCTA) in collaboration with the European Union organized an event dedicated to innovative regional solutions for climate change adaptation. Joseph Manauté, Minister for the Environment, spoke at this high-level exchange.

Louis Mapou participated in the Pacific Islands Forum's contribution to COP26.
03 November 2021

Government President Louis Mapou spoke alongside leaders of the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) to make the Pacific voice's heard at  the 26th United Nations Conference of the Parties on Climate Change (COP26). The international negotiations began this weekend in Glasgow, Scotland.

Mickaël Forrest participated in the Regional Ministerial Council on Tourism organized by videoconference on 28 October .
29 October 2021

Mickaël Forrest, Minister for international tourism, participated on Thursday, 28 October, in the Regional Ministerial Council on Tourism organized by the Pacific Tourism Organization (SPTO) via videoconference.