The meeting between the President of the Government and the Ambassador of the European Union for the Pacific took place on August 24.
26 August 2021

The President of the Government, Louis Mapou, held a videoconference with the European Union (EU) Ambassador for the Pacific, Sujiro Seam. The strengthening of relations between the EU and New Caledonia, as well as the regional integration of the territory, were at the heart of the exchanges on territorial and regional programs. 

The President of the Government, Louis Mapou participated in  the 51st Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) Leaders Retrat via videoconference
09 August 2021

The 51st Pacific Islands Forum (PIF)  Leadears Retreat was held on August 6 by videoconference. The President of the Government, Louis Mapou, represented New Caledonia at this high-level meeting, which notably adopted a declaration on the preservation of maritime areas in the face of rising sea levels due to climate change.


The President of the Government Louis Mapou represented New Caledonia at the 5th France-Oceania Summit
28 July 2021

The 5th France-Oceania Summit was held on Monday 19 July by videoconference in the presence of the President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and all the leaders of the Pacific Islands Forum and regional organizations.

The president of the maritime cluster of New Caledonia, Philippe Darrason opened the 5th edition of the Journées de la mer (photos Emma Colombin/CMNC).
12 July 2021


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.

Papua New Guinea chaired the event from Port Moresby
08 July 2021

On Wednesday 30 June, New Caledonia took part in the first Regional Meeting of Ministers of Civil Aviation (RAMM), organized virtually under the chairmanship of Papua New Guinea. 


Thierry Santa and Jean-Louis d'Anglebermes represented New Caledonia at the 9th Pacific Islands Leaders Summit (PALM* 9).
06 July 2021

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. 


Thierry Santa chaired the Special Meeting of the OCTA organized via videoconference on June 24th (the morning of June 25th for New Caledonia).
25 June 2021


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. 

More than a hundred economic and institutional stakeholders responded to the government's invitation
16 June 2021

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. 

Expertise France
25 May 2021

Please find attached the Job Description published by Expertise France  for the position of Regional Coordinator Pacific Region   

The 3rd Territorial Coordination Committee of PROTEGE took place on April 30th under the chairmanship of Thierry Santa, President of the 16th Government.
11 May 2021

The Oceanian Regional Project of Territories for the Sustainable Management of Ecosystems (PROTEGE) was showcased during  Europe Day, relayed in New Caledonia on May 10. A week before, the third territorial coordination committee noted the good implementation of the program funded by the European Union.

In person or by videoconference, many entrepreneurs participated in the event organized in Brisbane.
04 May 2021

New Caledonia was in the spotlight at the "New-Caledonia Energy and Mining Update" hybrid press conference organized by the French-Australian Chamber of Commerce (FACCI). The event gathered more than 60 participants, including a majority of Australian entrepreneurs, on Wednesday April 28 in Brisbane.

Nineteen countries and territories in the Pacific are eligible for the Kiwa Initiative, including the three French communities: New Caledonia, French Polynesia and Wallis and Futuna (© What Took You So Long | RESCCUE | SPC)
04 May 2021

New Caledonia is eligible for the Kiwa Initiative, implemented by the French Development Agency (AFD). A new call for ideas has been launched to finance and support regional projects related to climate change adaptation and biodiversity protection. Applications can be submitted on the Kiwa Initiative website until September 15, 2021.