Friendship Groups

Parliamentary Friendship Groups are informal, self-regulating and self-fulfilling, groups of Members of Parliament that promote dialogue and engagement with parliaments from countries and regions around the world. The groups play an important role in New Zealand’s engagement in inter-parliamentary relations, with groups often hosting and participating in meetings with visiting delegations. This results in increased mutual understanding between countries and the promotion of best parliamentary practice, with members often forming close ties with their international counterparts.

Membership and activities of the Parliamentary Friendship Groups of the 51st Parliament are listed below.

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04 Hui-tanguru 2016
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04 Hui-tanguru 2016
04 Hui-tanguru 2016
04 Hui-tanguru 2016
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04 Hui-tanguru 2016
04 Hui-tanguru 2016
04 Hui-tanguru 2016
04 Hui-tanguru 2016
04 Hui-tanguru 2016
04 Hui-tanguru 2016
04 Hui-tanguru 2016
04 Hui-tanguru 2016
04 Hui-tanguru 2016
04 Hui-tanguru 2016
04 Hui-tanguru 2016