Independent State of Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea is a parliamentary monarchy and is a part of the British Commonwealth. Its Head of State is the Queen of the United Kingdom and the Prime Minister is the Head of Government. It became independent in 1975 and is the most populous country within the least developed countries of the South Pacific.
Brazil and Papua New Guinea established diplomatic relations in 1989. The main interests in bilateral relations are the technical cooperation in aquaculture and agriculture, especially the cultures of coffee and cocoa, AIDS prevention and treatment, and soccer training for nationals of Papua New Guinea, and the coordination in multilateral forums for environment preservation and climate change control.
Bilateral trade between Brazil and Papua New Guinea is small and, in general, composed only of Brazilian exports. There is no information about the number of Brazilian citizens living in Papua New Guinea.