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9/25/2018
Madame President, the journey of human progress is unending. And yes, we still face a world afflicted by conflict, racism and intolerance. But even in the bleakest of situations, Mandela showed us that we can always forge common ground—and we can always find understanding in the shared experiences of our common humanity. At home, abroad, in every encounter and exchange, we must engage with an open mind, we must strive for acceptance and understanding, and we must remain committed to peace and democratic ideals. That was Mandela’s vision, and that is what is captured by the Mandela Declaration.  

9/24/2018
Ladies and gentlemen, our beloved nation has continued to pride itself with our long and shared history with Motherland China (now the People’s Republic of China), following the arrival of the first Chinese migrants onto our shores some 170 years ago. Successive generations of those who arrived since then, and in recent years, have continued on with the proud legacy of their forebearers who have continued to work hard and assimilated very well within Fijian society.  

9/20/2018
Ladies and gentlemen, we are levelling the playing field across Fijian society, giving every Fijian, including every iTaukei, equal access to our prosperity and to the benefits of their labour. But even when seeing all of that progress, these same politicians, these same failed leaders, are back at it again with claims the iTaukei face some grave threat to their well-being.

9/19/2018
Ladies and gentlemen, today, we are breaking ground for much more than just another landmark infrastructure project. Today, we break ground on a new era of development and growth for Nausori.

9/15/2018
Commitments to small and large managed and protected areas in our oceans provide an opportunity for the restoration of fish stocks and for ocean ecosystems to adapt. This is particularly important because of the additional stress of climate-induced warming and acidification. Also, current research shows a possible 20 to 50 per cent loss in some fisheries in the coming years due to climate change alone. That is why Fiji has committed to 30 per cent management of our inshore marine areas by 2020.



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