Solomon Islands rejects Australian offer to pay for election
10 September 2022 | 2:33 pm
Australia offered to pay for the island country's election, which will likely be delayed due to supposed budgetary concerns. The Solomon Islands now says this offer is "inappropriate" amid deepening ties with Beijing.
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