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I am delighted and honoured – as your Head of State – to formally launch these proceedings and to join you in commemorating this landmark event in the life of our nation.
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.
Christmas is a time of great joy for Christians around the world. And even in the wake of yet another extreme weather event in Fiji which has again tested us as a people, a great many of us have gathered together today to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.
Ladies and Gentlemen, at the outset, please allow me to acknowledge with humble gratitude and appreciation your very kind invitation that my wife and I attend today’s celebrations and officiate as we commemorate the official opening of the Christian Mission Fellowship International (CFMI) Harvest Plaza.
This is one time in Fiji’s history that as a nation, Fiji is able to cater for the education needs of our children and future leaders.
 The community both local and those from abroad have indeed shaped cwm hospital to what it is today.
I leave the Office of the President today confident that Fiji is steadfastly on its way to becoming one of the world’s great democracies. I reiterate that it has been a great honour being part of this generation that has seen our nation transformed and set firmly on the path to becoming a modern nation state.
Today 250 students have graduated in a variety of fields. I again, sincerely congratulate you all. Most would have found appropriate employment in the private and the public sector.
This brand new Airbus A330-300 series is our biggest Airbus yet. It Has 289 seats in Economy Class, 40 more compared to the Two-Hundred Series we have. It has 24 Business Class seats.
Today marks yet another historic occasion. We come together as regional leaders, champions, policymakers and practitioners from diverse sectors and from countries of the Asia-Pacific region to deliberate on how far we have come and what needs to be done to improve the Asia-Pacific regional response to HIV-AIDS.
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