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Cook Islands could expect ‘financial carrot’ from NZ Foreign Minister’s visit, says geopolitical analyst

Monday 10 October 2022 | Written by Rashneel Kumar | Published in National, Politics

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Cook Islands could expect ‘financial carrot’ from NZ Foreign Minister’s visit, says geopolitical analyst
Prime Minister Mark Brown meets with NZ Foreign Affairs Minister Nanaia Mahuta for talks last year. ROBERT KITCHIN/STUFF/22100921

The visit from New Zealand Foreign Affairs Minister and the signing of the statement of partnership between the two countries this week will ‘very likely include some financial carrots’, says a geopolitical analyst.

The visit from New Zealand Foreign Affairs Minister and the signing of the statement of partnership between the two countries this week will ‘very likely include some financial carrots’, says a geopolitical analyst.


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