Leaders’ Declarations

May 29, 2023

REPORT: Declaration and Action Plan of the 1st Korea-Pacific Leaders’ Summit, 2023

2023 Korea-Pacific Islands Leaders’ Declaration on A Partnership in Pursuit of Freedom, Peace and Prosperity for a Resilient Pacific 29 May 2023 PDF VERSION (Action Plan […]
September 30, 2022

REPORT: Declaration on US-Pacific Partnership

Declaration on U.S.-Pacific Partnership SEPTEMBER 29, 2022- The White House We—the governments of Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, French Polynesia, Nauru, New Caledonia, Palau, […]
August 11, 2021

Declaration on Preserving Maritime Zones in the Face of Climate Change-related Sea-Level Rise

July 20, 2021

Final Declaration of the 5th France-Oceania Summit, 19 July 2021

The 5th France-Oceania Summit, which was planned in Papeete on April 16, 2020, was held virtually on July 19, 2021. 1. We, Heads of State, Government […]
July 2, 2021

Leaders Declaration: Japan- PALM9, 2nd July 2021

The Ninth Pacific Islands Leaders Meeting (PALM9) Leaders Declaration Overview 1. The Ninth Pacific Islands Leaders Meeting (PALM9) was held virtually on July 2, 2021. The […]
March 22, 2021

Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Ocean Statement 2021

We, the Pacific Island Forum Leaders, representing the Blue Pacific and its peoples, are committed to strong regional action, harnessing shared stewardship of the Pacific Ocean […]
November 11, 2020

Kainaki II Declaration for Urgent Climate Action Now

Kainaki II Declaration for Urgent Climate Change Action Now Securing the Future of our Blue Pacific  We, the Leaders of the Pacific Islands Forum, meeting in […]
May 15, 2019

Pacific Islands Forum Statement: Blue Pacific’s Call for Urgent Global Climate Change Action

Leaders of the Pacific Islands Forum warmly welcome the United Nations Secretary-General, António Guterres, to our Blue Pacific region - to witness the everyday reality of climate change and drive momentum in the lead up to his Climate Action Summit in September. As we approach the 25th iteration of the Conference of the Parties, it is difficult to find new words, new anecdotes, new experiences to press our Blue Pacific message - but our commitment to multilateralism is unwavering, as is our commitment to continue the fight for a safer climate for a safer world. At the Climate Action Summit, platitudes and repackaged commitments cannot be the substance of our deliberations. We need transformational change at scale, and courageous leaders prepared to deliver on it. Leaders of the Pacific commit to doing all we can to make the Climate Action Summit a global turning point for ambitious climate change action. We ask the United Nations Secretary-General to share our message with the world: The Blue Pacific – our great ocean continent, our thousands of islands, our strong and resilient people – is running out of time. We need to act now. Our survival, and that of this great Blue Pacific continent depend on it.
September 5, 2018
Forum Leaders Photo 2018

Boe Declaration on Regional Security

Forum Leaders: Recognising and reaffirming our endorsement of the Biketawa Declaration in the year 2000 and recalling the principles underpinning the Biketawa Declaration such as commitment […]