Nauru patent application




Release time:2016-05-31


The Republic of Nauru (English: The Republic of Nauru; Nauruan: Ripublik Naoero) is abbreviated as Nauru, which is located in the Micronesian Islands in the central and western part of the South Pacific Ocean and is known as "Paradise Island. With an area of only 24km, Nauru is the smallest island country in the world. [1-2]

Nauruans are a branch of the Microneans, a mixed type of Malai, Melanesian, and Polynesian. With the depletion of phosphate reserves and environmental degradation from mining, coupled with the impairment of managing an island-wide wealth fund, the Government of Nauru has resorted to some unusual methods to generate revenue.

In the 1990 s, Nauru became a tax haven and money laundering center. Since 2005, Nauru has received assistance from the Australian Government in return for establishing a detention facility to deal with refugees who have entered Australia illegally.


diplomatic national policy

Nauru pursues a policy of non-alignment and stands for friendship with all countries. Nauru is a member of the United Nations, the Commonwealth, the International Exhibitions Bureau, the Asian Development Bank, the Pacific Islands Forum, the South Pacific Commission and the Pacific Community. It has diplomatic relations with 52 countries, including Britain, the United States, France, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Russia and other South Pacific island countries.

Nauru has a Consulate General in Melbourne, a High Commissioner in Suva, Fiji, a permanent mission to the United Nations in New York (and the embassy in the United States), honorary consuls in New Delhi and London, and offices in New Zealand, Western Samoa, Hong Kong, China and Taiwan, China. The Australian High Commissioner in Fiji is also the High Commissioner in Naw, and the US Ambassador to Fiji is also the Ambassador in Naw. In January 2005, President Nau Scott visited Thailand, formally established diplomatic relations with Thailand, and set up a consulate general in Bangkok.

Nauru signed the South Pacific Nuclear Free Zone Treaty in July 1986 and was admitted to the United Nations in September 1999.

Nauru is a special member of the Commonwealth. It participates in the Commonwealth Ministerial Conference and other official or unofficial meetings. It enjoys all the rights and interests of the Commonwealth member states, but does not participate in the Commonwealth Summit.

Nauru participates in the activities of a number of United Nations affiliates and international organizations. These institutions and organizations are: the Universal Postal Union, the United Nations Economic and Social Council for Asia and the Pacific, the International Exhibition Bureau, the Asian Development Bank (which joined in early 1993), and the International Telecommunication Union.

Nauru's diplomatic focus is largely on seeking foreign aid. Due to a shortage of funds, Nao closed some of its overseas offices.

During the 35th Pacific Islands Forum Summit in August 2004, Nao formally requested assistance from the Forum. The meeting decided that the Forum would send an official to Nao and requested the Secretary-General of the Forum to work with the Nao government to formulate an aid plan for Nao.


Relations with China

Nauru's relations with Taiwan began in the era of United Nations trusteeship.

In 1968, Nauru became independent and was recognized by Taiwan.

In 1975, Nauru established a consulate in Taiwan.

In 1979, the Chinese ambassador to Fiji and the Chinese martial arts troupe visited Nao.

In May 1980, Nauru established "diplomatic relations" with the Chinese authorities in Taiwan ". In the same year, Taiwan opened a consulate in Nauru.

July 1982, China Hunan acrobatic troupe visited nao.

In August 1990, Nauru announced the establishment of "full diplomatic relations" with Taiwan, and Taiwan's "Consulate General" in Nauru was upgraded to an "embassy".

In July 1991, the President of Nauru, Bernard Dowiyogo, sent a letter of condolences to my Government in connection with the floods in my country and made a donation of $10000.

In 1996, the bilateral trade volume between China and Nauru was 20000 billion US dollars, all of which were exported by China and not imported.

On July 21, 2002, Nauru and China recognized each other and established diplomatic relations at the ambassadorial level, and "severed diplomatic relations" with the Taiwan authorities ". On July 23, the Taiwan authorities announced the "severance of diplomatic relations" with Nauru ".

On April 24-29, 2004, Nauru President Harris paid a working visit to China and the two sides signed an agreement on economic and technical cooperation.

On January 6, 2005, the President of the Republic of Nauru Ludwig Scotty led a delegation to Hong Kong for an informal visit. The Special Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Hong Kong Yang Wenchang met with Nauru Minister of Foreign Affairs and Finance David Adiang and Deputy Commissioner Wu Hailong of the Office Attended the meeting. During his visit to Guangdong on January 7, 2005, the two sides signed the Agreement on Economic and Technical Cooperation between China and Nauru. On May 14, despite China's repeated dissuasion and negotiation, Nauru President scott signed a "communique on the resumption of diplomatic relations" with the Taiwan authorities in Taipei, announcing the "resumption of diplomatic relations" between Nauru and Taiwan ". On May 27, China announced the suspension of diplomatic relations with Nauru and all agreements between the two governments. In 2005, the bilateral trade volume was 30000 billion US dollars, all of which were exported by China.

In March 2007, Taiwan provided Nauru with US $15.5 million to assist foreign workers stranded in Nauru to return home. On September 6, Taiwan's Chen Shui-bian visited Nauru. According to Chinese customs statistics, the bilateral trade volume in 2007 was 40000 billion US dollars, all of which were exported by China.

On January 31, 2008, Annette Lu, the "Vice President" of the Taiwan authorities, attended the Nauru National Day Ceremony as Chen Shui-bian's special envoy.