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 As newly elected Leaders, we have an opportunity and a responsibility to show what two nations can accomplish if they have abundant good-will and always serve the needs of their people.
Na siga ni kua, e dua na siga marautaki vei keda taucoko na tiko rawa, ka dua talega na siga guiguilecavi dredre veikemuni na lewenivanua e na koro ko Dakuni e na kena tavoci na nomuni Bai ni Ua.
Au marautaka ni’u tiko rawa e na nomudou yanuyanu e na siga nikua ka dua talega na siga guiguilecavi dredre vei kemuni na lewenivanua o Beqa kei Yanuca e na kena mai dola na Koronivuli na Beqa/Yanuca Secondary, Raviravi Nursing Station, Rukua Solar Smart Grid kei na Bai ni Ua mai Dakuni.
I know all Fijians join me in feeling a great sense of relief and joy, as well as a deep appreciation for all those who had a hand in securing their safe release, including the skilled group of UN negotiators and our superb team in New York and Suva, who worked constantly behind the scenes to produce this outcome. As a nation, we thank you.
Yesterday, I spoke with the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, who reassured me that the UN was bringing all of its available resources to the negotiating table. He also took the opportunity to praise the work our soldiers are doing in the Golan Heights and on other UN peacekeeping missions around the world.
At the outset, I wish all of you a happy and prosperous new year. Please allow me to express my great pleasure and honour - on behalf of the people and the Government of Fiji - in assuming the Chairmanship of the Group of 77 [G77] for 2013.
 Fiji also needs assistance, and I am pleased that we were able to discuss India’s assistance to Fiji, which is both generous and respectful of our needs.
Today, we remember with pride the values of harmony, unity and friendship that have always been upheld at the Tilak High School and give thanks for the role it has played in our national life for almost 60 years.
As I said at the start, this passing out parade today is a special occasion for me – the last time I will officiate at such a parade as Commander of the RFMF.
I want to say to all of you here today: As far as I am concerned, no-one is an outsider in the new Fiji. We all belong. We are all Fijian.
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