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Solomon Islands agreed to accord after China references axed

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Solomon Islands agreed to sign accord between U.S. and more than a dozen Pacific nations. Accord was signed in Washington last week, with President Joe Biden telling visiting Pacific leaders. The final agreement focused mainly on issues like climate change, economic growth and natural disasters. It specifically condemned Russia's invasion of Ukraine, but made no mention of China.
Published 4 months ago · Solomon Islands

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Solomon Islands agreed to accord after China references axed

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Solomon Islands agreed to sign an accord between the United States and more than a dozen Pacific nations only after indirect references to China were removed, the Solomon Islands foreign minister said Tuesday.

4 months ago·United States
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Solomon Islands agreed to accord after China references axed

The Solomon Islands foreign minister says the nation agreed to sign an accord between the United States and more than a dozen Pacific nations only after indirect references to China were removed

4 months ago·United States
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Solomon Islands agreed to accord after China references axed

The Solomon Islands foreign minister says the nation agreed to sign an accord between the United States and more than a dozen Pacific nations only after indirect references to China were removed

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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Solomons wouldn’t ‘choose sides’, agrees to US accord after China text removed

Remarks by foreign minister Jeremiah Manele marked first time Solomons publicly acknowledged concerns about the deal and why it had a change of heart.

4 months ago·Hong Kong
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Solomon Islands agreed to accord after China references axed

By NICK PERRY Associated PressWELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — The Solomon Islands foreign minister says the nation agreed to sign an accord between the United States and more than a dozen Pacific nations only after indirect references to China were removed. Jeremiah Manele’s remarks represented the first time the Solomon Islands has publicly acknowledged it had initial concerns about the agreement and expressed why it had a change of heart. The a…

4 months ago·Colorado Springs, United States
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Solomon Islands agreed to accord after China references axed - Local News 8

By NICK PERRY Associated PressWELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — The Solomon Islands foreign minister says the nation agreed to sign an accord between the United States and more than a dozen Pacific nations only after indirect references to China were removed. Jeremiah Manele’s remarks represented the first time the Solomon Islands has publicly acknowledged it had initial concerns about the agreement and expressed why it had a change of heart. The a…

4 months ago·Idaho Falls, United States
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