A high delegation of government officials headed by Prime Minister Charlot Salwai and Deputy Prime Minister, Joe Natuman is expected to be in northern town of Vanuatu, Luganville, next week for the opening of the new main wharf.
The new wharf is the longest wharf in the island states of South Pacific. It has the capacity the accommodate three ships compare the old one which can only received one.
Luganville wharf has been considered until today as the country's main port of export but with the new wharf it is expected to received more cruise ships than before. Following the construction of the new wharf, there are also constructions of more than two new big hotels in Luganville.