Australian prime minister to visit PNG

Australia's Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, will make her first visit to Papua New Guinea later this week.
Ms Gillard will arrive in Port Moresby on Thursday where she will attend a state dinner hosted by her PNG counterpart, Peter O'Neill.
She will have a formal meeting with Mr O'Neill and his cabinet on Friday.
The leaders are expected to discuss aid, a new economic partnership treaty, the Manus Island detention centre and PNG's bid to host the 2018 APEC summit.
Ms Gillard will meet PNG's Governor-General, Sir Michael Ogio, and the Opposition leader, Belden Namah.
She is expected to address the PNG Chamber of Commerce and visit a $US19 billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) project.
During her three-day trip, Ms Gillard will visit the Bomana War Cemetery and meet local women at the Gerehu market.
ABC News

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