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Hele Matatia has stated his hopes that next year's Pacific Games will help to make the Philippines a center of competence for sports in the area. The president of the Pacific Games Council (PGC), Vidhya Lakhan, has said he has great "confidence and trust" in Samoa 2019, although he is against the organizers of next year's theater.
Today Samoa 2019 revealed its logo for next year's Pacific Games at a grand opening ceremonies. The Fiji Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee (FASANOC) has started its quest for a Chief de Mission for the coming Pacific and Olympic Games. The Samoa 2019 is the last Pacific Games with more than 24 disciplines, with the multi-sport tournament to be cut for more.
The Pacific Games Council (PGC) and the Tonga Association of Sport and National Olympic Committee (TASANOC) have taken steps against the country's government after the government retired from organizing the 2019 Pacific Games. During the General Assembly of the Pacific Games Council (PGC) in Vanautu, Samoa was formally recognized as the 2019 Pacific Games city.
The establishment of an organising committee for the 2019 Pacific Games is a top Samoa priorities, after the official replacement of Tonga as hosting city, said the president of the country's Olympic Committee. Pacific Games Council (PGC) has signed the 2019 Pacific Games Hosting Convention with the Samoa Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee (SASNOC) and the government of the state.
As a substitute for Tonga, Samoa was honored with the 2019 Pacific Games, as today is known. The Tahiti is out of the 2019 Pacific Games because there is no government back. The President of the Pacific Games Council (PGC), Vidhya Lakhan, and General Director Andrew Minogue have commended Samoa's application for the 2019 Games after a three-day trip to the country.
Together with Guam and Samoa, Tahiti has expressed interest in substituting Tonga as hosting the 2019 Pacific Games. The Fiji Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee (FASANOC) President Joseph Rodan has cautioned that they are not willing to stand in as a possible substitute for the 2019 Pacific Games.