Letter of credence

France Ambassador presents credentials to Nauru President

President Kun commended France’s commitment to the fight against climate change and applauded France’s recent One Ocean Summit and their support towards the Kiwa initiative project on Nauru.

“My country believes that building strong diplomatic relationships is essential for promoting regional and global cooperation.

“We welcome the opportunity to deepen our bilateral relations with France, particularly in areas of economic cooperation and cultural exchange,” President Kun said.

US Ambassador presents credentials to Nauru President

On arrival at the government office yesterday, Ambassador Damour was received by the Police Commissioner Iven Notte for the inspection of the Nauru Police Force Guard of Honour before being escorted to the Office of the President.

President Kun said he looks forward to strengthening relations and mutual cooperation between the two allied nations moving forward.

A statement said Ambassador Damour is an experienced member of the US foreign office and is also Ambassador to Fiji, Kiribati, Tonga, and Tuvalu. She succeeds Joseph Cella who served in the role for over two years.

Nauru and Israel strengthen friendship

The presentation took place at the President’s Conference Room with Cabinet and Deputy Ministers in attendance.

According to Nauru Media News - NTV, President Aingimea looks forward to Israel’s support to Nauru and to hold to that friendship today and in the future.

Nauru and Israel established diplomatic relations in 2013.

The two countries have and continue to be in a good co-operative relationship since the establishment of their friendship and they’ve continued to develop that tie in areas that include; Health, Agriculture, Water and Food Security.