New Zealand High Commission Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

What the High Commission does

The New Zealand High Commission in Port Moresby is the New Zealand Government office in Papua New Guinea. It works with the Papua New Guinea government and its agencies to pursue issues of interest to New Zealand and issues of interest to both governments in the wider regional and global environment. These can be political, economic, national, regional or global issues. The High Commission manages New Zealand’s aid programme to Papua New Guinea. It manages a programme of engagement with the Papua New Guinea Defence Force. It supports New Zealand companies looking to trade with Papua New Guinea. It also offers visa processing services for Papua New Guinea citizens wishing to travel to New Zealand.

The High Commission provides consular services to resident and visiting New Zealanders, including emergency advice and assistance in the case of arrests, hospitalisation, passport issues etc. See the High Commission services for New Zealanders section for more information.

Of interest

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United Nations Handbook 2013-14

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