Solomon Islands won’t ‘choose sides’ – concerns expressed over initial US Pacific accord | The World

Solomon islands won’t ‘choose sides’ - concerns expressed over initial us pacific accord | the world

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The Solomon Islands defence minister Jeremiah Manele has revealed the country agreed to sign an accord between the US and other Pacific nations, but only after indirect references to China were removed. His remarks represent the first time Solomon Islands has publicly acknowledged it had initial concerns about the agreement, and expressed why it had a change of heart.

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