Deputy Prime Ministe Leo Dion has led a delegation to attend the Special Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Retreat in Rarotonga, Cook Islands.
The retreat starts tomorrow, and ends on Monday.
Mr Dion is attending on behalf of the Prime Minister, who is unable to attend due to other commitments.
The Deputy Prime Minister is accompanied by Frank Aisi, Director for International Relations, Department of Prime Minister & NEC and senior officials from the Department of Foreign Affairs.
The main purpose of the meeting is for Leaders to Endorse the Final Outcomes of the Pacific Plan Review, that was finalized by an Eminent Persons Group, headed by Sir Mekere Morauta.
The Pacific Plan is a strategic document, which aims to strengthen and deepen regional cooperation and integration of the region.
The Morauta Review calls for more effectiveness and efficiency of the plan, to meet the development expectations of the people.
Mr Dion will join other PIF members, to deliberate and endorse the outcomes of the Morauta Review on the plan.