Townsville Agreement

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Townsville Agreement

This service agreement, signed, includes funding, activity and performance requirements for townsville Hospital and Health Service 2019-2022. TOWNSVILLE, Australia (October 15, 2000 – Radio Australia/PINA Nius Online) —The rival militias of the Solomon Islands have signed an agreement to end their war that has killed 100 people, Radio Australia reported today. Earlier, Dorney said: “This is not the first time in the last six days of peace talks that things have not gone as planned this morning. While the leaders of the two ethnic militias thought they had reached the peace agreement last night, some commanders of the Malaitia Eagle militia wanted change. “After the signing of the 20-page peace agreement, Jeremy Rua, military commander-in-chief of Malaita Eagle Force, said that both sides had been involved in a bloody ethnic war, but now is the time to lay down their arms. Latest service agreements and modifications to Townsville Hospital and Health Service (HHS) SOLOMON ISLANDS PEACE AGREEMENT SIGNED in TOWNSVILLE Pacific Islands News Association (PINA) Website: www.pinanius.org peace talks begun aboard a New Zealand Navy ship off Honiara and continued in Townsville, Australia. The ethnic conflict began when Guadalcanal fighters attempted to drive settlers from another island, Malaita, claiming that they dominated the government and economy and took control of Guadalcanal lands. A dozen commanders of the two militias signed the peace treaty that was negotiated over the past six days in the northern Australian town of Townsville. “Mr. Rua said that his men had seen misery and did not want to see him again. (Background: A ceasefire in the Solomon Islands follows ethnic conflicts that engulfed Guadalcanal, the island where the capital Honiara is located.

(Honiara was controlled by a joint operation of the Malaita Eagle Force militia and paramilitary police elements of the field force. The landscape of Guadalcanal is largely under the control of the isatabu freedom movement militia of Guadalcanal.) For more information, see PACIFIC ISLANDS REPORT News/Information Links: Radio/TV News/Radio Australia.