Leaders’ Declarations

August 21, 2009

CAIRNS COMPACT ON STRENGTHENING DEVELOPMENT COORDINATION IN THE PACIFIC

The Leaders of the Pacific Islands Forum met from 4 to 7 August 2009 in Cairns to bring new determination and an invigorated commitment to lift […]
February 21, 2008

THE NIUE DECLARATION ON CLIMATE CHANGE

We, the Leaders of the Pacific Islands Forum, meeting in Niue: DEEPLY CONCERNED by the serious current impacts of and growing threat posed by climate change […]
April 20, 2007

THE VAVA’U DECLARATION ON PACIFIC FISHERIES RESOURCES “OUR FISH, OUR FUTURE”

We, the Leaders of the Pacific Islands Forum, meeting at Vava’u in the Kingdom of Tonga: RECOGNISING that our regional fisheries resources remain a key driver […]
November 22, 2006

DECLARATION ON DEEP-SEA BOTTOM TRAWLING TO PROTECT BIODIVERSITY IN THE HIGH SEAS

RECALLING the decision of the 36th Pacific Islands Forum Leaders in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea in October 2005 to develop an appropriate legal framework to […]
October 26, 2005

KALIBOBO ROADMAP ON THE PACIFIC PLAN

Pacific Islands Forum Leaders today launched a new era for Pacific partnership by adopting a Pacific Plan to strengthen and deepen regional cooperation and integration. The […]
August 15, 2003

FORUM DECLARATION ON SOLOMON ISLANDS

Pacific Islands Forum Leaders, meeting in Auckland, New Zealand, welcomed the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI). Recalling the Outcome Statement issued by Forum Foreign […]
November 20, 2002

NASONINI DECLARATION ON REGIONAL SECURITY

Forum Leaders recalled their commitment in the 1992 Honiara Declaration on Law Enforcement Cooperation, the 1997 Aitutaki Declaration and the Biketawa Declaration adopted in 2000 to […]
October 28, 2000

“BIKETAWA” DECLARATION

Attachment 1 Forum Leaders recalled their 1995 Vision Statement, the Forum Economic Action Plan Eight Principles of Good Governance and the 1997 Aitutaki Declaration. With the […]
September 18, 1997

AITUTAKI DECLARATION ON REGIONAL SECURITY COOPERATION

Forum Leaders recalled the 1992 Declaration on Law Enforcement Cooperation (the Honiara Declaration) which recognised that an adverse law enforcement environment could threaten the sovereignty, security […]
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