Pacific Islands Forum leaders "renewed their collective support for the ‘Leaders’ Commitments to 2050" as articulated in the 2050 Strategy for the Blue Pacific Continent when they met in Nadi in February. They also “committed to progress and nurture collective political will to deepen regionalism and solidarity in the Pacific region.”
The leaders’ collective support for the 2050 vision is unarguably consequential and consistent. Such a political orientation is a critical investment to reinforcing Pacific regionalism to effectively manage and control the issues . . .