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PM confirms reconciliation by Moderates

Vanuatu's Prime Minister, Moana Carcases Kalosil with West Papua Journalist, Victor Mambor in Noumea, New Caledonia (Jubi)

Vanuatu's Prime Minister, Moana Carcases Kalosil with West Papua Journalist, Victor Mambor in Noumea, New Caledonia (Jubi)

Vanuatu's Prime Minister, Moana Carcases Kalosil with West Papua Journalist, Victor Mambor in Noumea, New Caledonia (Jubi)

Vanuatu’s Prime Minister, Moana Carcases Kalosil with West Papua Journalist, Victor Mambor in Noumea, New Caledonia (Jubi)

Jayapura, 30/12 (Jubi/DailyPost) – The Prime Minister and President of the Green Confederation Party Moana Carcasses Kalosil, has confirmed to the local media that the moderate parties will shortly organize reconciliation ceremonies similar to the initiative taken by the Vanuaa’ku Party (VP) and its breakaway political groups.

In an answer to the question by Daily Post, Prime Minister Carcasses confirmed that the Moderate parties will shortly embark on the reconciliation ceremonies similar to the initiative taken by the Vanuaa’ku Party and the breakaway political groups.

The Green Confederation President and Prime Minister Carcasses said: “The Moderate parties will also take the similar line in reconciliation shortly. This is along the similar line that the VP and its breakaway political groups have taken. The basic idea is to work towards a long term political stability and the betterment of the country,” he said.

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