The Papua New Guinea  Tourism Promotion Authority (PNGTPA) successfully concluded a four-day showcase of Papua New Guinea’s cruise destinations and tourism opportunities at the 2024 Seatrade Cruise Global event in Miami, Florida, in the United States.

Executive manager of PNGTPA’s Policy & Planning Division, Ingrid Kuman, attended the Seatrade Cruise Global event, and expressed the incredible value of promoting Papua New Guinea at such a prestigious event.

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Planning/Project Officer, Mary Kanawi, together with Executive Manager - Policy and Strategic Planning, Ingrid Kuman at the 2024 Seatrade Global Event in Miami, Florida, USA.

“Over the years, Papua New Guinea’s presence at this prestigious travel trade event has helped pave the way for significant developments in the country’s cruise tourism industry, especially through high-level networking with cruise professionals from all over the world,’ said Ms. Kuman.

The PNGTPA’s decade-long commitment to investing in cruise tourism has seen a momentous increase in cruise liner and expeditionary ships visiting the country between 2014 and 2024. 

In 2023, over a hundred tourist ships visited Papua New Guinea. The most recent being the MS Nautica that arrived in Port Moresby in early April 2024PNG’s 2023 Visitor Arrivals Report recorded a total of 31,321 visitors who arrived by cruise vessel into Papua New Guinea in the previous year.

Ms. Kuman said, “Cruise tourism in Papua New Guinea will continue to be nurtured by the PNGTPA, and our partner agencies and stakeholders. 

While here at the Seatrade Cruise Global, my team and I are proudly exhibiting our country’s cruise destinations to the world, and meeting with a diverse range of cruise professionals who are keen on helping us grow our cruise tourism.”

Papua New Guinea’s exhibition booth displayed stunning imagery, videos and information brochures about the cruise destinations in Milne Bay, East New Britain, East Sepik, Morobe, Port Moresby and the Autonomous Region of Bougainville.

The Seatrade Cruise Global was a success and provided a massive opportunity for Papua New Guinea to pique the cruising interest of more than 11,000 attendees, as well as the 2,700 plus Cruise Line Executives at the event.

The PNGTPA is a member of the prestigious Australian Cruise Association, one the largest and most well-connected cruise tourism organisations in Oceania, in which fellow members include Tourism Fiji and New Zealand Travel.  

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Sydney, Australia – 8 April 2024: Papua New Guinea (PNG) and Australia have embarked on a collaborative endeavour to honour war memorials and enhance tourism prospects.

This initiative follows a Memorandum of Agreement signed last year 2023 between the Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority (PNGTPA), National Capital District Commission (NCDC), and Canada Bay City Council in Sydney.

A significant discussion has been initiated among the PNG Tourism Promotion Authority, NCDC, and Canada Bay City Council in Sydney to jointly develop war memorial sites in Port Moresby.

This collaborative effort aims to honour war legacies and promote War Pilgrimage as a prominent tourist attraction, akin to the renowned Kokoda Trail trekking experience.

The initiative is spearheaded by Canada Bay City Council, PNG Tourism Promotion Authority, NCDC, and Network Kokoda Australia.

Driven by a vision to preserve the lessons of World War II, Canada Bay City Council has invested substantially in projects such as the Kokoda Trail Memorial Walkway.

This collaboration aims to strengthen bonds between nations, including the United States and Japan, while emphasizing the historical significance of the Kokoda Campaign to both Australia and Papua New Guinea.

Through this partnership, historic sites in NCD, including Paga Hill, Wardstrip, and Sabama, will undergo development, eventually extending into Central and Oro Provinces with support from provincial governments and Network Kokoda Australia.

Under the agreement, both nations will jointly develop war memorial sites in Port Moresby, reflecting their shared commitment to preserving the legacies of the Second World War and promoting the War Pilgrimage as a prominent tourist attraction, akin to the renowned Kokoda Trail trekking experience.

This trip seeks to establish a work plan for 2024-2025 to develop war memorial sites and promote war pilgrimages in NCD, Central, and Oro Provinces, with the ultimate goal of creating a tourist product stretching from Paga Hill to Buna.

A stakeholders’ meeting, scheduled during this trip, will bring together participants across Australia to garner support for the initiative. Minister of Tourism, Arts & Culture, Hon. Isi Henry Leonard, MP, and NCD Governor, Hon. Powes Parkop, MP, LLB, LLM, will address the stakeholders and finalize the work plan for implementation. Plans also include the establishment of Network Kokoda PNG and pushing for the transfer of the Kokoda Track Authority to PNGTPA.

“The collaboration between PNG and Australia to develop war memorials and promote tourism is a testament to the enduring friendship between our nations and the shared commitment to honouring our war heroes. This initiative will not only preserve historical legacies but also create opportunities for economic growth, education, and cultural exchange,” said NCD Governor, Hon. Powes Parkop, MP, LLB, LLM.

The visit to Sydney marks a pivotal step in solidifying the partnership between PNG and Australia. Through joint efforts, both nations aim to create a lasting legacy that honours the sacrifices of past generations while paving the way for a brighter future through tourism, education, and cultural exchange.

This collaborative endeavour underscores the importance of international cooperation in preserving historical narratives and fostering mutual understanding.

The National Airports Corporation (NAC) and the Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority (PNGTPA) have officially signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), solidifying their collaboration in various initiatives aimed at marketing and promoting Papua New Guinea’s tourism potential both domestically and internationally.

The MOU outlines key areas of cooperation between both organizations which involve;

  1. Raising Awareness of the Tourism sector and Potential
  2. Marketing and Promoting PNG Tourist Destinations
  3. Improving NAC Airports/Terminals
  4. Sharing Data on Traveler Trends and Consumer Feedback
  5. Joint Communication and Marketing Campaigns
  6. Participation in Tourism Forums, Workshops and Conferences
  7. Collaboration in Familiarization Programs and Learning Initiatives

At the MOU signing ceremony, NAC’s Acting Managing Director and CEO, Mr Dominic Kaumu, expressed optimism about the partnership: “Airports play an important role in tourism development and vice versa therefore, we believe this collaboration is an important step taken by both our organizations toward supporting tourism growth, and we eagerly anticipate the opportunities it brings.”

Mr Eric Mossman Uvovo, CEO of PNGTPA, emphasized the importance of working together: “Through this partnership, we can utilize the unique strengths and positions of our respective organizations to unlock the potential of PNG’s tourism industry and showcase our country to the world.

The signing of the MOU signifies a commitment from both NAC and PNGTPA to work hand-in-hand towards the common goal of promoting PNG as a premiere tourist destination while enhancing the overall traveller experience.


Over 400 tourists from the United States arrived in Port Moresby to embark on a half-day tour on Good Friday 26 March. 

Arriving early in the morning, the tourists were aboard the MS Nautica, an expeditionary vessel owned by Oceania Cruises

The tourists embarked on a journey through Port Moresby, visiting unique sites that showcased the diverse beauty of the city. 

From the greenery of Port Moresby Nature Park to the House of Parliament, the journey also included stops at the National Museum, the World War 2 memorial, and the Tubusereia Village. For the adventurous tourists, a hike through the rugged trails of Varirata National Park offered breathtaking views of the areas around Port Moresby. 

The MS Nautica, which had previously visited Samoa, Fiji, and Australia, has a reputation for specializing in bringing tourists to some of the most exotic destinations in the world. 

Oceania Cruises’ Destinations Manager, Antonia Goffredi, said that Papua New Guinea holds a special attraction for travellers seeking an adventure.

“PNG is a very exotic destination for tourists. It’s one of those unique places where tourists want to visit. Despite the negative perceptions sometimes portrayed in the media, when you actually come here, you’re enchanted by the beauty of the country,” said Goffredi. 

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One of the 400 tourists onboard the MS Nautica who visited Tubuseria Village during the Easter Long Weekend.

Goffredi emphasized the overwhelming interest among passengers aboard the MS Nautica to explore PNG.

“More than 80% of the passengers onboard wanted to see Papua New Guinea, and I believe more tourists will come once they experience the country firsthand,” said Goffredi.

Echoing this sentiment, Mr. Eric Mossman Uvovo, Chief Executive Officer of the PNG Tourism Promotion Authority, highlighted the significant contribution of cruise tourism to the country’s economy.

“Cruise tourism is an essential part of Papua New Guinea’s tourism industry. In recent years, we’ve witnessed a substantial increase in the number of visitors arriving via cruise ships.

With strategic marketing efforts, we aim to further boost tourism numbers and position PNG as one of the most beloved tourist destinations in the world,” said Uvovo.

The visit from MS Nautica marks its inaugural visit to Port Moresby. Another planned visit to the country is scheduled for November to Alotau.  



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More than 70 Czech tourists embarked on a full-day Port Moresby tour on Saturday 23 March marking one of the largest tour groups to traverse through the city.

Arriving on a private Boeing 737 on Friday 22 March, the group comprising of ESO Travel’s staff and tourists embarked on a full-day exploration around the city, visiting the National Museum, the house of parliament and the Port Moresby Nature Park.

The visit of this large group was made possible through the collaborative efforts of Trans Niugini Tours and ESO Travel, a leading Czech travel agency renowned for its specialization in exotic destinations.

Tomas Ruzicka, Marketing Director at ESO Travel, expressed his enthusiasm for PNG as a prime tourist destination.

“PNG is such a culturally diverse location, and this is the major attraction for our customers. It’s the authenticity of this destination that makes it one of our most exotic destinations in the world.

“The last time we brought tourists here, there were only around 20 people, now there’s more than 70, I think it will continue to increase as PNG becomes one of our most loved exotic destinations, “said Ruzicka.

Ruzicka emphasized the importance of government support in building the tourism sector in PNG’s economy.

“For the future of tourism in PNG, I think the government has to prioritize tourism as one of the key contributors in the country’s economy,” said Ruzicka.   

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Czech Tourist visiting the Parliament House in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.

Trans Niugini Tours’ Quality Assurance Manager & Operations Coordinator, Rachel Lare, said that she was pleased to be a part of the tour in Port Moresby.

“ESO Travel has been sending tourists to Papua New Guinea annually. However, due to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, their operations were temporarily halted. This year’s visit, organized as a private charter, marked a significant return for both ESO Travel and tourism in PNG,” said Lare.

Lare also said that she is hopeful to continue working with ESO Travel and PNG Tourism Promotion Authority to promote PNG.

“2024 is our return to tourism and I am happy to work with all stakeholders to ensure that every tourist leaves Papua New Guinea with unforgettable memories and a deep appreciation for our country’s natural beauty and vibrant culture,” said Lare.

Eric Mossman Uvovo, CEO of the Tourism Promotion Authority, said that the visit of the group not only shows the growing interest in PNG as a unique destination, but also highlights the immense potential for development within the country’s tourism sector.

“The visit of the Czech tourist group is a testament to the allure of Papua New Guinea’s cultural and natural wonders. As more travelers discover the beauty and cultural richness of PNG. the future of tourism in Papua New Guinea appears increasingly promising,” said Uvovo.

Uvovo emphasized the importance of collaborative efforts between public and private stakeholders in driving the growth of the tourism industry.

“Tour operators such as Trans Niugini Tours and ESO Travel has played a pivotal role in bringing about an influx of visitors to Papua New Guinea. These collaboration between our local operators and international travel agencies strengthens the country’s position as a global tourist destination,” said Uvovo.

The PNG leg of the tour group’s itinerary is a part of their 26-day global hopping adventure, with Philippines and Hong Kong as their next destinations.  


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The Tourism Promotion Authority (TPA), through the International Visitor Survey (PNG IVS 2023) has reported a total of USD 120 million (PGK 400 million) generated by visitors travelling into Papua New Guinea last year.

TPA’s 2023 Visitor Arrival Report and PNG International Visitor Survey Report revealed a notable surge in tourism, a 116 percent increase from the previous year (77,291) with an influx of more than 140,000 visitors travelling into the country via sea and air.

Among the key highlights of the reports is a breakdown of visitor purposes which includes, employment-related visits (34 percent), followed by business trips at 20 percent. Cruise ship visitors contributed to 22 percent of the country’s visitors while Holidaymakers accounted for 11 percent. Tourists visiting friends and relatives (VFR) and events such as Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions (MICE) collectively made-up 7 percent of arrivals.

The surge in arrivals is particularly evident in air and sea transportation. Air arrivals grew from 5,675 visitors to 16,113, marking a substantial increase. Likewise, cruise visitors surged, rising from 2,600 in 2022 to an impressive 31,321 in 2023, demonstrating an increase of 184 percent.

Despite this encouraging growth, PNG’s tourism recovery rate remains a topic of consideration. While the 2023 figures reflected a promising growth, the rate of recovery stands at 61 percent lower than pre-pandemic levels in 2019. This rate also slightly lags behind the average recovery rate of 64 percent observed across the Asia Pacific region.

PNG TPA’s Chief Executive Officer, Eric Mossman Uvovo described the country’s tourism as an evolving industry.

“As we review the outcomes of the 2023 Visitor Arrival Report and PNG International Visitor Survey Report, it is evident that PNG’s tourism landscape is evolving, with notable shifts in visitor demographics and market trends. A particular significance is the increasing prominence of the

“Chinese market, which has emerged as the second-largest source of holiday visitors to our country.

“This development shows the diversification of PNG’s tourism market and highlights our country’s potential with tourists. The growing interest from Chinese travelers signifies PNG’s growing appeal and the effectiveness of our promotional efforts in key global markets,” said Uvovo.

Uvovo also said that the 2023 reports showed emerging trends and reaffirmed the resilience and potential of PNG’s tourism sector, despite the challenges posed by the global pandemic.

“Moving forward, the Tourism Promotion Authority remains committed to driving sustained recovery and enhancing strategic market positioning. Through initiatives and collaborations, we aim to promote PNG’s natural beauty and cultural richness to further strengthen our status as a premier tourist destination in the Asia Pacific region.

“I am confident that PNG’s tourism sector will continue to thrive, offering memorable experiences to visitors while contributing significantly to our nation’s economic growth and development,” said Uvovo.  

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In a significant development for tourism along the historical Kokoda Track, Tourism Promotion Authority’s (TPA) Chief Executive Officer, Eric Mossman Uvovo, was sworn in as the Deputy Chairman of the Kokoda Track Special Purposes Authority’s (KTA) Management Committee during a ceremony held at Stanley’s Hotel on Tuesday, March 19, Port Moresby. 

The swearing-in ceremony witnessed the appointment of a total of 10 committee members, representing government agencies, Local Level government representatives, and Landowner leaders. Among the notable appointments, Jack Deia, the Landowner Representative of the Koiari people, was elected as the Chairman of the KTA committee following a vote by committee members.

The event was attended by dignitaries including the Minister for Tourism, Arts & Culture, Hon. Isi Henry Leonard, and the Governor of Central Province, Rufina Peter, along with representatives from government bodies, Kokoda Landowners, KTA members, and the Conservation and Protection Authority (CEPA).
Addressing the gathering, Honourable Minister, Isi Henry Leonard, emphasized the crucial role of the KTA in promoting tourism. 

“The Kokoda track is one of this country’s largest tourism attractions, not just because of its historical significance, but also its natural beauty that attracts many to this iconic site,” said Leonard. 

Governor Rufina Peter echoed Minister Leonard’s sentiments, congratulating the newly sworn-in committee members and stressing the importance of prioritizing the interests of the landowners. 

“I’d like to encourage you all to listen to the landowners and the people – Landowners must be happy,” Governor Peter remarked. 

She further emphasized the economic potential of tourism, highlighting its role in providing a sustainable alternative to mining and ensuring the preservation of the Kokoda Track’s cultural and environmental heritage.

Tourism Promotion Authority’s (TPA) Chief Executive Officer, Eric Mossman Uvovo, highlighted the significance of Kokoda Track tourism emphasizing the need to showcase this iconic site to the global audience. 

“Kokoda is one of our most important tourism products, and we should be driving this product to the world.

When you talk about conserving the environment and the lush ecosystem at Kokoda, when you talk about sustainability for the landowners and for their many generations to come, then we have to really start talking about tourism for Kokoda,” said Uvovo. 

Uvovo’s appointment as Deputy Chairman of the KTA Management Committee signifies a collaborative effort towards enhancing tourism management and sustainable development along the Kokoda Track. With the collective expertise and dedication of committee members, the KTA is poised to play a pivotal role in advancing tourism initiatives and preserving the cultural and natural heritage of this iconic site for future generations.

The Tourism Promotion Authority (TPA) awarded Marissa Siwa with its Award for Academic Excellence at the Divine Word University’s graduation ceremony on Friday 8 March in Madang.  

Tourism & Hospitality Management (THM) graduate, Marissa Siwa, achieved the highest cumulative GPA among her cohorts, earning her this distinguished accolade from TPA. 

TPA’s award is an esteemed recognition presented to graduating students in the Tourism & Hospitality Department who exhibit exceptional academic performance. Marissa’s outstanding performance earned her a commemorative plaque, a mobile phone, and a cash prize of K2,000.

Dr. Fiona N’Drower, Head of the THM department at DWU, thanked TPA for its ongoing support towards the department’s educational initiatives, highlighting its unwavering support spanning over two decades. 

“PNGTPA’s contributions extend beyond financial sponsorship, including the establishment of special awards during graduation ceremonies and serving as the primary sponsor for the Liklik Diwai Tourism Expo (LDTE), an annual event hosted by final year Tourism & Hospitality students,” said N’Drower. 

Dr. N’Drower also reflected on PNGTPA’s significant impact on shaping tourism education in Papua New Guinea, dating back to the introduction of the PNGTPA award in 1999/2000. 

“DWU emerged as a trailblazer in recognizing the need for promoting tourism and hospitality education, leading to the inception of the Diploma in Tourism & Hospitality program in 1998, followed by the Bachelor program in 2006. 

PNGTPA’s active involvement in academic events not only showcases the potential of tourism in PNG but also underscores the employment and entrepreneurial opportunities within the Tourism & Hospitality industry, thus promoting the Bachelor of Tourism & Hospitality program at DWU,” said N’Drower.

Ingrid Kuman, Acting Chief Executive Officer at TPA, presented the award to Marissa Siwa during the graduation ceremony and commended Marissa’s dedication and hard work, which were evident in her remarkable academic achievements.

“The prize provided to the student is in recognition of their hard work and academic commitment to the THM program and is a testament to their perseverance to achieve their goal,” said Kuman.

Marissa Siwa’s exemplary performance serves as an inspiration to aspiring students in the field of tourism and hospitality, reaffirming the importance of academic excellence and dedication in shaping future leaders in Papua New Guinea’s tourism sector.

More than 30 female employees from the Tourism Promotion Authority (TPA) came together to celebrate International Women’s Day on Friday 8 March in Port Moresby.

The event was a vibrant and empowering event, celebrating the crucial role that women play in promoting tourism in the country.

Both men and women were adorned in their special purple attire, which showcased unity and solidarity, emphasizing the significance of this year’s Women’s Day through inspiring inclusion.

The highlight of the event was a special cake-cutting ceremony dedicated to the female employees. The occasion was marked with inspiring remarks aimed at supporting and empowering the women who contribute significantly to the tourism sector in Papua New Guinea.

Claire Kupo, TPA’s Executive Manager for Corporate Affairs, delivered a poignant message during one of the activities at the event. She described women as “incubators for change,” acknowledging the transformative power they hold in various aspects of life.

Kupo expressed her admiration for the resilience and creativity of women, emphasizing their ability to turn ordinary things into extraordinary outcomes.
“You give women a grocery list and they give you a meal, you give women a seed and they give you children; women are miraculous in our way,” said Kupo.

Kupo also took a moment to commend her male colleagues present, expressing gratitude for their continuous support. She acknowledged the collaborative efforts of the entire team, emphasizing that the success and growth of TPA are only made possible through the unwavering support received from both men and women working together.

Daphne Galore, TPA’s Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Officer with twenty-seven years of experience in the business, emphasized the significance of supporting women in the field of tourism. Galore highlighted the positivity and resilience that women bring, despite the challenges they often face in their pursuit of recognition within society.

“Supporting women in the tourism space is crucial, as it not only empowers them to advance into leadership roles but also enables them to contribute significantly to decision-making processes. This, in turn, positively impacts various aspects of society, such as improved health outcomes, increased economic growth, and poverty reduction,” said Galore.

Galore encouraged young aspiring women in the Tourism & Hospitality Industry to have passion for their careers in the tourism industry.
“I believe having a genuine passion for people is paramount. In our line of work, we interact with diverse individuals, irrespective of their backgrounds. This genuine passion enables us to create memorable experiences for all, “said Galore.

Galore also highlighted the existing gap between tourism graduates and professionals in the workforce, stressing the importance of bridging this divide through the importance of continuous learning and growth in the ever-evolving tourism sector.

The celebration not only marked a day of recognition for the female employees but also served as a reminder of the importance of fostering a supportive and inclusive work environment. TPA’s commitment to gender equality and empowerment was evident throughout the event, reflecting a positive step forward in ensuring that women continue to thrive in the field of tourism and hospitality. 

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Atlanta, Georgia, March 11, 2024 – The Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority (PNG TPA) is thrilled to announce its participation in the upcoming Travel Adventure Shows in Atlanta and San Francisco. As a proud advocate for the captivating beauty and cultural richness of Papua New Guinea, the PNGTPA is eager to showcase the wonders of this unique destination to adventure enthusiasts, travel professionals, and curious explorers.

This is PNGTPA’s inaugural participation in the prestigious Travel Adventure Shows. This marks a significant milestone in the North American market as it is the first time PNG is attending this exceptional Business-to-Consumer and Business-to-Business event in Atlanta, Georgia, and the anticipation is high for another great show in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Mr. Joel Keimelo, Executive Manager of the Marketing & Promotions Division at PNGTPA, expressed great satisfaction with the outcome of the first show day. 

“We are excited to showcase the wonders of Papua New Guinea to the American audience,” said Keimelo. 

“Atlanta, being one of the affluent cities in America, provides an excellent platform for us to connect with travel enthusiasts, trade and media.”

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Ms. Pamela Aupae, Senior Marketing Officer (International/Domestic), will be present alongside Mr. Keimelo.  Additionally, Mr. Wako Napasu, Director of Country Tours, will represent the PNG Tourism Industry as a valuable partner. Visitors to the PNG booth will have the opportunity to learn more about this captivating destination directly from the PNGTPA team.

They can also engage with a reputable inbound tour operator to book their dream vacations to Papua New Guinea.

“Many visitors were pleasantly surprised to discover that there is a place in this world called Papua New Guinea,” shared Ms Aupae. “While Australia, Indonesia, and Fiji are well-known, PNG offers a unique and unexplored paradise.”

Dr. Marilyn Johnson, the brilliant mind behind The 49 Days Fabulous Formula, visited the booth and expressed her eagerness to explore the captivating wonders of Papua New Guinea.

As a first-time discoverer of this intriguing destination, she is undoubtedly in for an unforgettable adventure.

The allure of Papua New Guinea lies in its unspoiled beauty, rich cultural heritage, and the promise of unique experiences. From dense jungle to mesmerizing gorges, pristine lagoons, and awe-inspiring volcanoes, PNG offers a tapestry of natural marvels waiting to be explored.

We extend a warm invitation to Dr. Johnson and all curious travelers: Come and immerse yourselves in the magic of Papua New Guinea. Whether you seek adventure, cultural encounters, or simply a break from the ordinary, PNG promises to leave an indelible mark on your heart. 

Country Tours Director expressed sincere gratitude to PNGTPA for breaking barriers and making North America accessible to PNG’s inbound tour operators and the PNG Tourism industry. The North American market, previously limited for dive and scuba enthusiasts, is now open for exploration. Mr. Napasu has already confirmed Country Tours’ participation in the 2025 shows.

Mr. Keimelo extended his thanks to the Chief Executive Officer Mr. Eric Mossman Uvovo for unwavering support in breaking new ground in the area of feasible market access for the Papua New Guinea Tourism Industry.

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