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Foreign relations of New Zealand: Quiz

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Question 1: ________ was a New Zealand protectorate from 1918 to independence in 1962.
TongaSamoaSolomon IslandsNauru

Question 2: New Zealand is represented in Cyprus through its embassy in Rome (________) and through an honorary consulate in Nicosia.
GreeceFranceSicilyItaly

Question 3: New Zealand has an embassy in Moscow[40] and an honorary consulate in ________.
ArtyomNakhodkaVladivostokUssuriysk

Question 4: The ________ during World War II made New Zealand realise that Britain could no longer be relied on to protect her colonies.
Battle of SingaporeSinking of Prince of Wales and RepulseBattle of MalayaPacific War

Question 5: After it was elected in 1984, the Labour Party government of ________ indicated its opposition to visits by such ships.
Geoffrey Palmer (politician)Helen ClarkMike MooreDavid Lange

Question 6: In November 2001, the Prime Minister, ________, paid the first visit to Uruguay by a New Zealand Head of Government.
David LangeGeoffrey Palmer (politician)Mike MooreHelen Clark

Question 7: New Zealand has an embassy in ________.
ArgentinaPalermo, Buenos AiresBuenos AiresBuenos Aires Central Business District

Question 8: New Zealand and Canada have a close and longstanding relationship that has been fostered by both countries close history and culture, by extremely close ties to the ________ and extensive links to people in either country.
United KingdomCommonwealth of NationsCommonwealth realmCommonwealth Games

Question 9: The foreign relations of ________ are oriented chiefly toward developed democratic nations and emerging Pacific economies.
United KingdomAustraliaNauruNew Zealand

Question 10: The ________ is commemorated every year in both Crete and New Zealand.
Dodecanese CampaignBattle of CreteBattle of GreeceGreco-Italian War







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