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At a meeting in Suva this afternoon, the Attorney-General and Minister for Economy Hon. Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum met with the Japanese Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs, His Excellency Iwao HORII, to discuss the Nadi River flood protection project, among other topics.
The Fiji Bureau of Statistics has completed the 2017 Census and has published detailed and updated statistics on Fiji’s population and population distribution by age, sex and geographical location. The Census also contain statistics on unemployment, financial inclusion and other demographic categories.
Fiji and Argentina have enjoyed over 40 years of diplomatic relations and to mark this growing relationship both countries signed the “Agreement on Waiver of Transitory Visas for Holders of Ordinary Passport”, on 22nd September, 2017.
Government has brokered an agreement that will allow all eTransport users to top up their Vodafone e-ticketing cards at Digicel stores nationwide. Upon rollout on Monday, 11 December 2017,
In an international show of confidence in the Fijian Government’s sugarcane industry reforms, the Indian Government today presented Prime Minister and Minister for Sugar Voreqe Bainimarama a grant for nearly FJD2.2 million to be earmarked for the purchase of new cane farming machines and equipment.
Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama has been among the first to personally congratulate His Royal Highness, Prince Henry of Wales, on his engagement to Ms. Meghan Markle.
The Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has set out Fiji's vision for supporting Fijians affected with albinism at a meeting in Suva with Ms. Ikponwasa Ero, the United Nations Independent Expert on the Enjoyment of Human Rights by Persons with Albinism, on 29 November 2017. At the meeting, they discussed the complexities of albinism, the unique obstacles that are faced by Fijians living with the condition, and solutions to ease their integration into Fijian society.
We return to Fiji having made truly remarkable progress for our country, for the Pacific, for every climate-vulnerable nation, and for the world. COP23 has given a voice to smaller nations that have been most affected by climate change, but who have previously not had a sizeable role in negotiations.
Fiji's Ambassador to the European Union and COP23 Climate Ambassador, Deo Saran, called for more awareness on the decline in the health of the oceans and its impacts on small islands developing states including Pacific island nations.
Two weeks after the launch of Fiji’s Green Bond, the Fijian Government has announced the issuance of the first bonds on 1 November after receiving overwhelming interest both among domestic and international investors.
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