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I would like to thank you once again for your presence at this summit. It is through such meetings that we are able to discuss relevant issues, raise necessary concerns and develop new strategies for the future.
In conclusion, as your host, allow me to express once again our sincere thanks to all of you distinguished panel members and resource personnel for your dedication to the success of the Panel.
I congratulate each one of you. I know I am joined by my brother and sister judges, masters, and magistrates and I congratulate you on behalf of your families, your communities and your country.
So again, I say reform was necessary. My Government had to do everything in its power to help this Industry prosper, for the benefit of economy and all the Fijian people.
I am deeply concerned in the manner in which the meeting this morning and the subsequent planned meeting with the trade commissioner has been organised.
Our gathering here over the next few days is critically important as our region is at a point where decisions need to be made with regards to our participation in the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement with the European Union.
Here in Fiji, we are fully committed to our agenda for expanding access to high quality education. We’ve made education free for the first time in Fijian history, we are proving our students with free textbooks and subsidised transportation to school. And, recently, we’ve massively expanded access to merit-based scholarships and our affordable tertiary education loans scheme, and made those programmes more tailored to students’ needs.
Well, we were all extremely impressed with the design on the bodies of our new aircraft. But what about the new design on the bodies of our cabin crew.
I extend my sincere appreciation to the EU Commissioner for International Co-operation and Development, Mr Mimica, for the opportunity to meet bilaterally with him this morning.
Change is a constant, but after more than two decades of learned deliberation, there is a solid body of knowledge and understanding of responsibilities ingrained into this institution. As I look around the conference centre, observing the faces of colleagues from sessions past mingling with those of delegates attending for the first time, I'm invigorated by a sense of continuity. It is the strength of this institutional continuity that will lead us judiciously through the challenges ahead.
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