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Faith, trade behind Papua New Guinea Jerusalem embassy

By Kirsty Needham and Dan Williams
Updated September 1 2023 - 6:37pm, first published 6:34pm
Prime Minister James Marape has been seeking to widen Papua New Guinea's international links. (AP PHOTO)
Prime Minister James Marape has been seeking to widen Papua New Guinea's international links. (AP PHOTO)

Papua New Guinea is opening an embassy in Jerusalem - a decision long sought by pro-Israel church groups in the deeply Christian Pacific nation - as Prime Minister James Marape seeks to boost foreign investment.

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