Solomon Islands Foreign Minister, Milner Tozaka says he will make representations to the New Zealand Government if spy revelations are found to be accurate.
United States NSA documents released by the Whistle-blower, Edward Snowden, in March, showed New Zealand had collected email and telephone data from Solomon Islands officials without their permission.
Milner Tozaka said, he wasn’t aware that a senior officer in his Ministry based in Canberra, Fiona Indu, was included in the spy documents.
Ms Indu had formerly worked in the Solomon Islands’ embassy in New Zealand.
Mr Tozaka said, he will look again at the spy information and take any necessary action.
He’ll follow that one up, but if it’s confirmed, then appropriate communications will be taken, he will make an appropriate approach to his counterpart in New Zealand.