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Indian Ship and Israeli Portable Solar Packs

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  • Israeli Pacific Islands advisor Yaron Sultan-Dadon (left) and Agriculture minister Inia Seruiratu  work on one of twelve Powertech Solar Portable generators in Suva, on Wed 26 Oct 2016.
  • Israeli Pacific Islands advisor Yaron Sultan-Dadon (left) and Agriculture minister Inia Seruiratu  work on one of twelve Powertech Solar Portable generators in Suva, on Wed 26 Oct 2016.
  • Fiji Tug Boats help Indian Naval ship Sumitra at the Suva Harbour yesterday.
  • Israeli Pacific Islands advisor Yaron Sultan-Dadon (left) holds Agriculture minister Inia Seruiratu  and permanent secretary Meleti Bainimarama in awe after presenting the features of the Powertech Solar Portable generator in Svua, on Wed 26 Oct 2016.
  • Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama (4th from left) with the fire officers and invited guests after commissioning the Korolevu Fire Station in Korolevu yesterday.
  • Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama (2nd from left) after commissioning the Korolevu Fire Station in Korolevu yesterday.
  • Fiji Tug Boats help Indian Naval ship Sumitra at the Suva Harbour yesterday.
  • Indian Naval ship Sumitra at the King's Wharf ready to berth yesterday.
  • Indian Naval ship Sumitra at the Suva Harbour yesterday
  • Fiji Tug Boats help Indian Naval ship Sumitra at the Suva Harbour yesterday.

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