Standing Committee of the Pacific Islands Conference of Leaders

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1980, to follow up Pacific Islands Conference (PIC), Heads of Government meeting originally every 5, now every 3 years, involving leaders from throughout the Pacific Islands region. PIC is also referred to as Pacific Islands Conference of Leaders (PICL) and the Standing Committee as Standing Committee of the Pacific Islands Conference of Leaders.


Ensure follow-up on development problems discussed at each Pacific Islands Conference.


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Standing Committee; Programme Planning Committee; Pacific Islands Development Programme. Officers: PIDP officers; Chairman of the Conference; Chairman and Vice-Chairman of Standing Committee; Observers: K-XF0607 - Pacific Islands Development Program (PIDP) E-XE3964 - East-West Center (EWC), which serves as Secretariat for PIC and for the Standing Committee; D-XD3260 - Pacific Community (SPC); F-XF9594 - Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA); E-XE4630 - Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat; E-XE8300 - Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP); E-XD1008 - Pacific Tourism Organization (SPTO); F-XF8052 - University of the South Pacific (USP).


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