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US officials heading to Solomons over China pact worries
The Week | 19/04/2022 06:08 PM | Click to read full article
The US is sending two top officials to the Solomon Islands following a visit last week by an Australian senator over concerns that China could establish a military presence there.
The White House said, Kurt Campbell, the National Security Council Indo-Pacific coordinator, and Daniel Kritenbrink, the assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs, will lead a delegation of US government officials to the Solomon Islands, and will also visit Fiji and Papua New Guinea.