Tuvalu's new leader wants to amend pact with Australia

By Rod McGuirk (associated Press)
Updated March 2 2024 - 9:00am, first published 8:55am
New Tuvalu leader Feleti Teo, says the pact with Australia may encroach on the island's sovereignty. (AP PHOTO)
New Tuvalu leader Feleti Teo, says the pact with Australia may encroach on the island's sovereignty. (AP PHOTO)

Tuvalu's new prime minister says he wants to revise a condition in the Pacific island nation's security agreement with Australia regarding any arrangement with a third country.

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