BY GIFF JOHNSON
Marshall Islands Correspondent
MAJURO, Marshall Islands — Majuro will host the second Parties to the Nauru Agreement leaders’ summit on March 2 for talks on the future of the tuna industry in the central and western Pacific.
Heads of state from all PNA nations are expected to join President Hilda C. Heine in Majuro for the summit of the eight nations that make up the PNA, which manages a multi-billion-dollar tuna fishery in central and western Pacific. The first summit was held in 2010 in Palau.
The PNA summit follows closely on . . .
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