Australia–Solomon Islands relations

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Australia–Solomon Islands relations

Australia

Solomon Islands
Monthly value (A$ millions) of merchandise imported to Australia from Solomon Islands since 1988
Monthly value (A$ millions) of merchandise exported from Australia to Solomon Islands since 1988

Australia–Solomon Islands relations refers to foreign relations between Australia and Solomon Islands. Australia has a high commission in Honiara and Solomon Islands has a high commission in Canberra.


Australian aid[edit]

Australia is a significant foreign aid donor to the Solomon Islands. The Australian Government leads other nations as part of the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands. Over 7,000 Australian Defence Force members have been deployed in Solomons as part of this mission. [1]

In 2013, the Australian government committed $500 million to assisting Solomon Islands through the regional assistance mission in the following 4 years. [2]

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