Ministerial Overseas Travel 21-08-19 to 24-08-19 - Release of Cabinet material
This publication provides Cabinet documents regarding the proposal and the report for Hon Carmel Sepuloni on her travel, from 21 to 24 August, to Samoa to attend the New Zealand and Samoa-hosted Women, Peace and Security Summit and to launch, on behalf of the Minister of Defence, Hon Ron Mark, the Pacific Women in Defence Network.
[CAB-19-MIN-0347], [CAB-19-SUB-0347], [CAB-19-MIN-0495], [CAB-19-SUB-0495]
The pack comprises the following documents:
the July 2019 Cabinet minute of decision: Proposed Overseas Travel: Hon Carmel Sepuloni [CAB-19-MIN-0347]
the associated Cabinet paper: Proposed Overseas Travel: Visit to Samoa from Wednesday 21 August to Saturday 24 August 2019
the September 2019 Cabinet minute of decision: Report on Overseas Travel: Hon Carmel Sepuloni [CAB-19-MIN-0495]
the associated Cabinet paper: Report on Overseas Travel: Hon Carmel Sepuloni [CAB 19-SUB-0495]
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the security or defence of New Zealand or the international relations of the Government of New Zealand [section 6(a)]
the entrusting of information to the Government of New Zealand on the basis of confidence by an international organisation [section 6(b)(ii)].
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