Pacific ICT dialogue

Call for collaborative action

The event highlighted discussions on the common challenges and opportunities in the field of information and communication technology within the Pacific region.

During the event, Minister for Information and Communication Science, Timothy Masiu, spoke to the Pacific leaders to work together for a better region and highlighted the issues in the Pacific like natural disasters, social issues, and technological issues.

The resolutions from the meeting will be documented by officials and submitted to Ministers in the region.

Gulo-Vui voted as PID chairman

This was announced today during the two-day Pacific ICT Dialogue discussions being currently held in Kokopo, East New Britain Province. The meeting started today and ends tomorrow, 14th of February.  

Gulo-Vui will be responsible for addressing issues in the ICT sector in the Pacific region, digital literacy, improving connectivity and infrastructure, cybersecurity and digital transformation in the Pacific.

Meeting for a way forward in ICT

The two-day Pacific ICT Dialogue started today with topics to be discussed in line with the theme, 'Smart Pacific, One Voice'.

Minister for Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Timothy Masiu as host led the meeting, in attendance was New Caledonia counterpart, Minister for ICT Vaimua Guy Lolohea Muliava and delegates from Australia, Cook Islands, Federated State of Micronesia, Kiribati, New Zealand, Vanuatu, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga and PNG.

ENB to host first Pacific ICT dialogue

The conference is set from 13-14 February 2023, and will talk about the issues affecting the ICT space; and to collaborate in finding solutions to address these in global forums, such as that of the International Telecommunication Union, while expressing such issues, as a ‘One Voice’ of the Pacific.

Heads of government ICT agencies in the Pacific region will attend the meeting and will lead towards the Pacific ICT Ministers Forum which is scheduled to be hosted in the country in March this year.