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Chairman of the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG), Solomon Islands Prime Minister, Manasseh Sogavare, has arrived in the Papua New Guinea to complete his second visit of the MSG capitals.
Sogavare already visited two other MSG capitals of Port Vila, Vanuatu, and Suva, Fiji in January this year.
He did not travel to Port Moresby because his counterpart, Peter O’Neil was unavailable at the time.
Sogavare did meet New Caledonia’s FLNKs representative in his January visit to Port Vila.
The MSG Chair uses his MSG Capital visits to discuss issues affecting and of concern to MSG Members.
His meeting with his PNG Counterpart is scheduled for Wednesday 15 March.
Today, Sogavare will pay a courtesy call on Governor General, Bob Dadae.
Sogavare is accompanied by Madame Sogavare, the Secretary to the MSG Chair, Rence Sore and two other officers from the Prime Minister’s Office and two Close-Protection Police officers.
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