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Rt Hon Winston Peters
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Following the successful conclusion of the Building Partner Capacity (BPC) mission at Taji, New Zealand defence personnel are returning to New Zealand from Iraq, in accordance with the Cabinet decision made in June 2019, Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters and Defence Minister Ron Mark announced today.

Rt Hon Winston Peters Hon Ron Mark Deputy Prime Minister Defence Foreign Affairs
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This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Non-Proliferation Treaty. And with the 2020 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference next month in New York, this Symposium offers an important opportunity to reflect on the state of nuclear disarmament around the globe.

Deputy Prime Minister Disarmament and Arms Control Foreign Affairs
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Ahead of the start of the criminal trial in the Netherlands on 9 March, Foreign Minister Winston Peters has reaffirmed the need to establish truth, accountability and justice for the downing of Flight MH17 in 2014, which resulted in the deaths of 298 people, including two people from New Zealand.

Rt Hon Winston Peters Deputy Prime Minister Foreign Affairs
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The Government is investing $19.9 million through the Provincial Growth Fund in a game-changing hydrogen energy facility in South Taranaki, Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters announced today.

Rt Hon Winston Peters Deputy Prime Minister
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Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters says New Zealand is partnering with countries in the Pacific to ensure they are prepared for, and able to respond to the global threat of Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Rt Hon Winston Peters Deputy Prime Minister Foreign Affairs
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Foreign Minister Winston Peters and Minister for Trade and Export Growth David Parker met today with Indian External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar to discuss ways to strengthen ties between New Zealand and India.

Rt Hon Winston Peters Hon David Parker Deputy Prime Minister Foreign Affairs Trade and Export Growth
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It is good to be here at a time where New Zealand needs less of an introduction than might usually be the case.

Deputy Prime Minister Foreign Affairs
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First, this special day, in remembrance of the 28th Maori Battalion, is also to honour all those men and women who have risked their lives in the service of our country.

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Deputy Prime Minister Foreign Affairs