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It is our responsibility to be here today to record New Zealand’s strong commitment to the common endeavour of fostering respect for the right to freedom of religion and belief.
Welcome to Ambassadors and representatives from embassies in Washington, D.C. including Ambassador Rosemary Banks and the New Zealand Embassy, as well as US Government officials.
Congratulations to Otago University for the 54th year of holding the Foreign Policy School, and to Dr Dennis Wesselbaum for organising this year’s forum.
It is a pleasure to formally announcement two significant decisions in the interest of Scott Base and our Antarctic interests.
Tak og Velkommen Thank you and welcome.
Speech to the Norwegian Institute of International Relations: Oslo, Norway (24 April 2019)
Minister of Foreign Affairs speech to the Diplomatic Corps.
New Zealand Statement to the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation Emergency Meeting on the Christchurch terror attack.
22 March 2019
Remarks at the Chinese New Year parliamentary event.
Speech at the Institute of International and European Affairs.
As you all know, this week is a momentous one for New Zealand-Irish relations. Because at the end of this week, we will finally determine who has the best rugby team in world.
For many of you living here in Sweden it must seem New Zealand is a country at the very end of the earth.
Thank you all for joining us tonight for the re-opening of New Zealand’s Embassy in Stockholm.
9.30am, 29 October 2018, Massey University, Wellington
Speech to the MFAT at 75 conference.
Speech to National Press Club - Canberra
First, let’s start by acknowledging the traditional owners of the land that we meet on and pay respects to their elders, past and present.
Address by Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Fletcher Tabuteau at the New Futures for New Zealand’s Development Cooperation in an SDG World Seminar
Rutherford House, Victoria University of Wellington
Speech to Otago Foreign Policy School
Speech to MFAT Heads of Missions
Tēnā koutou katoa
Te Perehitene mō, te roopu Whakakotahi Whenua o Aotearoa, ā Joy Dunsheath, ngā mihi kia koe
Ngā tauira mē koutou katoa I roto I tē kaupapa ō tēnei rā,
Tēnā tātou katoa
“First Steps” - Pre-budget speech
Introductory remarks at the address by Prime Minister Puna.
Good afternoon. Sir Doug Kidd, Maty Nikkhou-O'Brien, ladies and gentlemen, thank you for your introduction.