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Barney Sivoro appointed to senior Ministry of Culture & Tourism role

Honiara, Solomon Islands – Tourism Solomons has congratulated one of the country’s most prominent tourism identities, Bunyan ‘Barney’ Sivoro on his appointment to the role of Permanent Secretary (PS) for the Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MCT). Mr Sivoro, who has managed the PS role in an acting capacity following the resignation earlier this year ... read more

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Saudi delegation makes first-ever visit to the Solomon Islands

Honiara, Solomon Islands – A key tourism and investment team from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has for the first time made a visit to the Solomon Islands. Led by Tourism Minister, His Excellency, Ahmed Agil Alkhateeb, the delegation’s visit served a dual purpose. While aiming to strengthen relationships between the two countries, the minister’s ... read more

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Quarantine-free Solomon Islands to fully reopen border on 01 July

Honiara, Solomon Islands – After more than 800 days, the Solomon Islands will reopen its border on 01 July with all existing quarantine requirements to be immediately discontinued. Announcing the news, Solomon Islands Prime Minister, Manesseh Sogavare said While quarantine will be dropped, visitors will still need to be fully vaccinated and a negative PCR ... read more

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Decision To Fully Reopen The Solomon Islands Border On July 1st Welcomed By Tourism Solomons

Honiara, Solomon Islands – Tourism Solomons has welcomed Solomon Islands Prime Minister, Manasseh Sogavare’s announcement the country’s border will fully reopen on 1 July 2022. This easing of restrictions means that from that date, foreign nationals can once again enter the country. However, health precautions will still apply with all incoming travellers required to have a ... read more

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Solomon Islands To Reopen Borders In July

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has announced the full reopening of international borders, commencing on 1 July 2022. Cabinet has approved the reopening of borders, following recommendations from the Border Opening Committee of the COVID-19 Oversight Committee. This move comes after the eventual easing of COVID-19 restrictions from last month, which means domestic restrictions will be ... read more

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