New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will visit Tokelau this weekend.
It's the first trip to the territory by a prime minister since Helen Clark in 2004 and comes as part of the government's Pacific Reset strategy.
Announcing details of the trip on Monday, Ms Ardern acknowledged 15 years was a long time.
"Tokelau's remoteness and perhaps difficulty in accessing it has meant that it's not had the attention that it deserves. Particularly as it is at significant risk of devastating impacts linked to climate change."
Jacinda Ardern said she will visit Tokelau's three atolls and discuss priorities on climate change, health, education and culture.
She will be there until 1 August.