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We truly do have a lot to be proud of when taking stock of how far we have come. But this Fiji Day, I urge you to not only remember the past, but to look to the future. To envision where we can take our nation next and how we can ensure that the world we leave behind for our children is a better one than what we inherited. 
The thoughts of the Fijian people are with the people of Thailand at this time of intense sorrow. We have been witnessing the scenes of public grief that bear testament to the love of the Thai people for this great Monarch. And we extend to them our hand of comfort, solidarity and friendship.
Learn as much as you can and return to Fiji to help with our development. You have seen how developed and modern the Republic of Korea is and I encourage you to help with Fiji’s modernizing process.
For Fiji, our contribution to UN peacekeeping operations are a fundamental pillar of our engagement with the world and of our identity as global citizens.
I wish to express my deep thanks to the Secretary-General for hosting this event, and for his nine years of unflagging commitment and leadership to advancing global progress on climate change.
Mr President, This is a special moment for Fiji as you assume the Presidency of the 71st session of the General Assembly – the first Fijian and the first Pacific Islander to attain this high office at the UN.

Never before has a Pacific island country attained such a lofty position in the UN system. It is, in many ways, a coming of age not just for Fiji but for the entire region. And cause for immense satisfaction and pride.
Bula vinaka and a very good afternoon/evening to you all.
Next June, the community of nations will gather in New York to address one of the greatest challenges the world has ever faced – the current threat to the health of our oceans and seas.
The issue that confronts us is one of the most vexed and painful for any nation that values human rights - the great suffering we have all witnessed as a result of the mass movement of refugees and migrants from troubled parts of the world. 

My Government will be there, every step of the way, as we work to expand the reach of this technology and spread the benefits of 4G Plus as widely as possible. So this is indeed an occasion worth celebrating, but in doing so, I would be remiss not to address some of the pitfalls of such rapid ICT development.
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