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Australia and Tuvalu have announced an agreement to launch a significant climate and security pact later this year. The pact, signed ensures that Tuvalu’s residents, facing threats from rising sea levels, have the right to live in Australia. Additionally, Australia has committed to defending Tuvalu in times of natural disasters, health crises, and military aggression, upon Tuvalu’s request for aid. The memorandum was finalised during a visit to Tuvalu by Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong and Pacific Minister Pat Conroy.

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