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PAPUA New Guinea will next week open an embassy in Jerusalem when Prime Minister James Marape visits Israel.

PM Marape, also the foreign affairs minister, could not be reached for comment yesterday.

But his office confirmed that the embassy is expected to be opened on Sept 5, 2023.

The Prime Minister Marape’s visit is from Sept 4 to Sept 6, 2023.

According to the office of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, he is scheduled to meet with Marape on Sept 5, 2023.

PNG does not have an embassy in Israel but maintains a consulate near Tel Aviv. But most diplomatic correspondence are handled by the PNG high commission in Australia.

The two countries established diplomatic ties in 1978.

In February this year, then Foreign Minister Justin Tkatchenko announced that Papua New Guinea would set up its embassy in Jerusalem after talking to his Israeli counterpart Eli Cohen

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