THE Bureau of the Africa Caribbean Pacific-European Union (ACP-EU) has expressed satisfaction at developments being put in place by the government.
A report from the ACP-EU Mission that visited the country in July made the revelations after discussions with Fiji government representatives and political stakeholders.
The mission, also known as the Fact-Finding Mission, was made up of representatives from the African Caribbean and Pacific Group as well as the European Union.
In response to the report presented by the mission, the Bureau of the ACP-EU "expressed satisfaction with the mission's observations and recommendations".
In response to the positive feedback, Foreign Minister Ratu Inoke Kubuabola noted the importance of this optimistic report
"The report is positive, satisfactory and recognises the commitment the government has demonstrated to continue along with the processes outlined in the roadmap," he said.
"Our ambassador to the EU will be forwarding this report to the European Commission for consideration and hope that it's positivity will fast-track a complete change of perception."
The bureau remains confident the Fijian people can find solutions to political issues that confront them.