New Zealand Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta and Cook Islands Prime Minister Mark Brown have signed a new Statement of Partnership in Rarotonga late last week.
Called 'Waka Hourua/Vaka Purua' it commits to working together on issues of shared interests and importance, recognising both countries' special links, and elevating the relationship to a new level of cooperation.
Nanaia Mahuta said she and Mark Brown talked about climate change cooperation, tourism, the Covid-19 response, and economic recovery.
The new agreement was a significant milestone in the relationship and provided a roadmap for the future, she said.
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