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Thursday March 01, 2018 Written by Published in Politics

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will have an action packed two-day stay in Rarotonga as part of her 2018 Pacific Mission.

 

Cook Islands is the last country that she and her delegation, which includes deputy prime minister Winston Peters and other New Zealand cabinet ministers, will visit after Cyclone Gita affected countries Samoa and Tonga and fellow realm country Niue.

After touching down next Tuesday night, it is all go on Wednesday, with an itinerary that includes meeting with Prime Minister Henry Puna for a private breakfast, as well as visiting the House of Ariki, lunching with Queen’s Representative Tom Marsters and even popping into Muri for a tourism  experience.

Before she departs on Thursday afternoon, she will attend the opening of the new Tereora building, visit the Opposition Office, and will also panel a discussion, which will also include House Speaker Niki Rattle, in celebration of International Women’s Day.

She will also pay a visit to Cabinet, as well as to the Bergman’s gallery and have a meet and greet with the LGBT Te Tiare Association during her visit.

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