US gains full support for historic Pacific Islands partnership declaration | ABC News

Us gains full support for historic pacific islands partnership declaration | abc news

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The United States and Pacific island nations have unveiled a historic joint partnership declaration, vowing to strengthen ties amid growing concerns of China’s role in the region.

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