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The Blue Pacific continent is becoming an ever more competitive area, says Samoan PM
"Our blue Pacific continent is becoming an ever more competitive area, he said during a presentation on leadership and blue Pacific identity at the University of Otago on Thursday. "As Blue Pacific, we have a strong voices that we can carry beyond our immediate area - to express the Pacific's worries and interests around the globe.
This is why we have learned to be proactive at every turn," said Prime Minister Tuiilaepa. "Realities are tough - we see inroads and interest in the shape of tactical manipulation," said the Samoan guide, who is currently chairman of the Pacific Islands Forum. Putzmeister Tuiilaepa asked other Pacific guides to think seriously about what they need to do to make a difference in the lives of their own peoples and the rest of the underworld.
It said that Pacific Heads of State and Government have taken the lead on the issue of mitigation and must do the same for the Pacific Ocean and its natural resource base. "We must foster our ideals of peacemaking, instability and safety. "Our geographic isolation and island status no longer protect us from the ever more sophisticated and vibrant safety issues - trans-national criminality, atomicliferation, sovereign challenge and human rights crack.
Prime Minister Tuiilaepa said the Caribbean should not be affected by the economy's dependency, but should foster internal coherence, developing resistance and rethinking its government path. The Blue Pacifica continues to take a leading role regionally and globally in the protection of oceans in order to enhance joint responsibility for the Pacific and its links with the living conditions of its people.
"This requires inspirational guidance and a long-term engagement to maintain a strong and strong joint voices and actions on matters of crucial importance to our continent in the Blue Pacific, as we have done for the present Maritime Policy Regulations, a prohibition of drift-net fisheries, advocacy for an autonomous SDG14 for oceans and seas and a worldwide agreement on the Paris Agreement," Tuilaepa said.
This illustrates the value the Pacific Islands Forum attaches to the Pacific Ocean Global Regulatory Framework to protect and promote Pacific Ocean design and safety.