Diplomatic relations

Nauru President meets Taiwanese President following UNGA

In a tweet, President Tsai said she is deeply moved when President Aingimea adjusted his flights after the UN General Assembly in New York to stopover in Taiwai and ‘give weight to his words.’

"#Taiwan & #Nauru are of a family, & the family gets together to show support at a time of need.”

President Aingimea rearranged his itineraries and made a layover in Taiwan on Saturday during his return trip to Nauru to “show his support for Taiwan,” according to a statement issued by the Presidential Office on Friday (Sept. 27).

Russian Ambassador Logvinov presents credential to Nauru President

The Russian diplomat visited Nauru earlier this month.

During the stay, Ambassador Logvinov presented his credentials.

This was followed by conversation with President Waqa that focused on topical issues and prospects of Russian-Nauruan cooperation.

Russia is represented in Nauru through its embassy in Canberra Australia. 


Netanyahu and Modi praise 'new era' in India -Israel ties

The deals were announced after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held talks with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi in Delhi on Monday.

Mr Modi said he wanted Israeli defence companies to invest in India.

Mr Netanyahu's visit comes a year after Mr Modi became the first Indian prime minister to visit Israel.

He arrived in Delhi on Sunday for a six-day visit along with a 130-member business delegation.

The two countries also signed deals where they agreed to cooperate in areas including cyber-defence, security and science.

Nauru and Armenia establish diplomatic relations

The President of Nauru and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia expressed hope that the establishment of diplomatic relations will create an opportunity to develop mutually beneficial cooperation in international platforms.

A statement from the Foreign Affairs Ministry of Armenia said the protocol was signed in New York at the margins of the UN General Assembly last weekend.


Photo by Ministry of Foreign Affairs Armenia.