Flag State Summary - Tonga
Main administrative office
PO Box 144
Tel: +676 22 555 / 23 168
Fax: + 676 24 267
Contact Details in respect of Bunkers Convention certification
William Leslie Simpson Johnson
Acting Secretary of Marine & Ports
Ministry of Marine & Ports
PO Box 397
Tel: +676 22555/26235
Fax: +676 26234/24267
Last updated: 3rd September 2008
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