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Na'e hopoki 'e he Tama Tu'i Tupou VI 'a e vaka hono 2 ko e MV Maui ma'ae kainga 'o e Funga fonua 'i he ho'ata Monite 14 'Aokosi 2017 'i he taulanga Faua, Nuku'alofa.

Tama Tui Tupou VI

Ko e Tama Tu'i Tupou VI 'i he'ene 'afio ki he ngaue kuo lava, ko hono hopoki e vaka hono 2 ma'ae kainga 'i he Funga Fonua

 Kuo mokoi e finangalo 'o 'ene 'Afió ke fakahuafa 'a e vaká ko e MV Maui pea 'omai mei 'Ofisi Palasí mo e fakamatala koe'uhi 'oku lahi 'a e hä e hingoa Maui he ngaahi mätanga 'o 'Eua.

'I he fakamatala 'a Sunia Fili, ko e Sea 'o e Poate Vaka, na'a ne pehë ko e vaka ni na'e fo'u ia he 1990 ko e vaka 'alaminiume, 'e he kautaha ko e Wavemaster International Proprietary Limited 'o Western Australia, pea na'e fo'u ia 'o fakatatau ki he Classification Rules 'a e Det Norske Varitas (DNV) 'o Noaue pea ke ne fai folau 'o a'u ki he maile tahi 'e 200 mei he matä fanga.

Read more: Hopoki 'e he Tama Tu'i 'a e MV Maui ma'ae kainga 'o e Funga fonua

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Ministry of Public Enterprises

The Government of the Kingdom of Tonga would like to respond to issues raised by the media in regards to the investment agreement recently executed by the Tongan Government and the Ngati Tahu Ngati Whaoa Trust (‘the Trust’) from New Zealand

In respect of the judgment made by the New Zealand High Court against the current Chairman of the Trust, this was a private matter which does not in any shape or form relate to, or affect the Agreement that exists between the Trust and the Tongan Government.

The Tongan Government understands that the members of the Trust have full confidence in the current Chairman and his leadership and managerial abilities, and so the Tongan Government will continue to respect the office holders of the Trust.

The Trust has committed to the terms and conditions of the Agreement.

The Tongan Government is confident that its interests under the Agreement are protected, and that both parties have rights to remedies if required.

The Tongan Government is also confident with the level of due diligence that it carried out before executing the agreement with the Trust, and it sees no justifiable basis to change that position now.

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