Fiji Prime Minister Commodore Frank Beinimarama left yesterday after a two day visit. He is headed for New York to attendthe United Nation’s G77 Session.
At a farewell dinner in Port Moresby on Wednesday nightoour Prime Minister Peter O’Neill saidthe challenge for botPNG and Fiji is to translatethe discussions into tangible outcomes.
The dinner was hosted by Commodore Beinimarama. Prime Minister’s message was simple, “his government is looking for a long term win win partnership with Fiji Government and with greater focus onthe Business communities.
He said thoughthe challenges look stunting it’s not impossible. It’s one that takes partnership in realizingthese visions.
His Fijian counterpart reiteratedthe call for close cooperation.
Yesterday, a guard of honor and a twenty one gun salute was organized to farewell Prime Minister Beinimarama. He leaves his trade delegation behind as he has anther commitment in New York.
So much has been achieved inthe last two days. Fiji’s given alternatives to make Papua New Guineamore investor friendy; consumers gotthe biggest slice ofthe pie. Now that Vodafone’s here andthe government committed K50 million towards Fiji’s democratic election process next year. Allthese and more documented in a communiqué signed on Tuesday.
Now both countries stand ready to takethe MSG into greater Global influence.
Festus Maiginap, National EMTV News